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Search Cheap Flights to Croatia

Bordering the Adriatic Sea, in Eastern Europe, Croatia encompasses more than a thousand islands. The beautiful country is located at the cross-section between the Mediterranean, Central Europe, and Southeast Europe, and boasts an interesting combination of varying natural landscapes and climates. Croatia is famed for its historic cities and exquisite natural beauty. While here, visitors must explore the Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to 16 terraced lakes and cascading waterfalls. Top natural wonders in Croatia are Zagorje Region, Mljet National Park, Kornati National Park, Zrmanja River, Paklenica National Park, Zlatni Rat Beach, and Brijuni National Park. Croatia’s two major cities, Zagreb and Dubrovnik are known for their historic buildings from the medieval era. Major historic landmarks in Croatia are the 4th century Diocletian's Palace (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Dubrovnik Old Town Walls, Zadar's Romanesque Churches, Pula Arena, Manastirine Necropolis, Euphrasian Basillica, Trakoscan Castle, Castle Tikves, Stecci Medieval Tombstone Graveyards (UNESCO World Heritage Site), and The Cathedral of St James (UNESCO World Heritage Site).

Popular Destinations in Croatia

Dubrovnik

One of the most significant tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea, Dubrovnik borders the Adriatic Sea. The extremely popular tv show, Game of Thrones has been shot in Dubrovnik and fans from across the world continue to throng Dubrovnik. Also dubbed as 'Pearl of the Adriatic,' Dubrovnik is renowned for its magnificent seafront location on the Dalmatian coast. Historically, the seaport city has been prosperous due to flourishing maritime trade. Dubrovnik’s distinct Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is lined with elegant Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance monasteries, churches, and palaces. Major attractions in Dubrovnik include St. Blaise Church, Sponza Palace, Rector’s Palace, St. Lawrence Fortress, Dubrovnik Cathedral, Dominican Monastery, St. Saviour Church, Franciscan Church and Monastery, and Lazzarettos of Dubrovnik. The city is an abode to artistic and intellectual elite of Croatia. Dubrovnik is home to several cultural institutions such as Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik, Homeland War Museum, Maritime Museum, and Ethnographic Museum Rupe. Dubrovnik Summer Festival is among the city’s most popular festivals.

Zagreb

Capital and the largest city of Croatia, Zagreb is in the northwest of the country at the southern slopes of Medvednica Mountain, along the Sava River. Established in the 11th century, the inland city is the political and cultural hub of Croatia. Zagreb is renowned for its distinct Austro-Hungarian architecture, neo-baroque, secessionist, and art deco buildings are found all over the city. Visitors here will come across several architectural landmarks such as Zagrab Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church, Lotrscak Tower, Stone Gate, Gric Tunnel, and Croatian National Theater. The cultural city is lined with several museums, such as Museum of Broken Relationships, Mimara Museum, Croatian History Museum, Croatian Museum of Naive Art, Art Pavilion, Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, Croatian Natural History Museum, Museum of Illusions, Museum of Arts and Crafts, and Museum of Contemporary Art. Nature lovers can explore Maksimir Park, Zagreb Botanical Garden, Lake Jarun, Medvednica Mountain, Sljeme Mountain, and Zagreb Zoo.

Rijeka

Rijeka is the prime seaport and third largest city in Croatia. The city is positioned on Kvarner Bay, which is a cove of Adriatic Sea. Rijeka is strategically positioned and boasts a deep-water port. The city has been a significant transportation and transition hub for centuries and is known as a gateway to Croatia’s islands. Rijeka’s main promenade, Korzo is lined with majestic Habsburg-era buildings. The Zajc Croatian National Theatre has ceiling paintings by Gustav Klimt. The city is lined with churches, museums, and galleries, such as Trsat Castle, Rijeka Cathedral, Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Coast, Our Lady of Trsat, Museum of the City of Rijeka, Natural History Museum Rijeka, Our Lady of Lourdes, Palace Modello, and Frankopanski Castle. For panoramic views of the islands of Kvarner Bay, visitors should make their way to the Trsat Castle Complex. Rijeka is also known for annually hosting the biggest carnival in Croatia.

Best Time to Visit Croatia

The best time to take Croatia flights weather-wise is from June to August which is also the peak season. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, for them May, June, September, and October are the ideal months to take cheap flights to Croatia.

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