As an independent country, Croatia appeared on the map of Europe quite recently – in 1991. In the past, the territory of the state was under the control of the Romans, the French and the Austro-Hungarians, and was part of Yugoslavia. Iconic places and objects remained from each epoch. The historical centers of Dubrovnik, Rovinj and Trogir will allow you to get acquainted with the history of Croatia in full. There are many buildings listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The unique modern facilities include the Sea Organ in Zadar: with its help, the sea and the wind give concerts in the open air. The most beautiful beach in the country is the Golden Horn, located on a spit prominent in the sea. And national parks like Mleta are practically untouched natural beauties with rich tourist potential.