Croatia is an Adriatic country that has been able to rapidly develop its development, following an integrated path to Europe after the declaration of independence from the foundation stones of Yugoslavia.
Croatia, which has been a member of the European Union since 2013, incorporates many historical details from its medieval traces.
Zagreb, the capital city where Marshal Tito is born, is one of the most remarkable items of Split and Dubrovnik country, with Plitvice Waterfalls, Hvar Island and Medieval traces of nature lovers.
Dubrovnik, formerly known as the Ragusa Republic, was a trade center between East and West for many years. Dubrovnik, which preserved its originality from medieval times in the Roman, Ottoman domination, Napoleonic Wars and Yugoslavia period, has reached the old medieval view of the city in 2005 after the restoration work of UNESCO after the devastations of recent history.
Dubrovnik Old Town, Dubrovnik Walls Museum and Sponza Palace, Europe’s oldest pharmacy, Stradun Shopping District, Stradun Kordon Boyu, Mljet Park, Franciscan Monastery and Museum, Serbian Orthodox Church, Bell Tower, Orlando Sculpture and Rector the palace is worth seeing.