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  1. Daniel

    The most picturesque roads in Croatia have no road tolls which is confined to the highways so if you want the best coastal drive stick to the coast. It takes a little longer but is the most beautiful coastal drive ever. I am from Australia and have now visited Australia on numerous occasions as I I fell in love with the place on one of my European trips. It has everything a traveller could want. 1200 islands, numerous amazing coves and beaches, amazingly clear seas like I have never seen anywhere in the world and an indented and amazing coastline with the most amazing views. It also has mountains gushing straight out of the ocean and historical towns and cities to blow your mind and make you feel like you are in a medieval movie. One reader above said don’t just go to the top 10 places…. they are right Croatia has so many hidden treasures. I am going to give you 12 which I want you all to Google image and you will all thank me afterwards. 1. Town of Betina on the island of Murter and the surrounding Kornati archipelago 2. Town of Pucisca on the island of Brac, 3 Komiza on the island of Vis 4. Mali Losinj on the Island of Losinj, 5. island of Krk & Rab. 6.The gorgeous town of Sibenik , 7. gorgeous neighbouring towns of Primosten and Rogoznica . 8. Hilltop town of Motovun 9 beautiful village built on waterfalls of Rastoke 10. the baroque first capital of Croatia in Varazdin with a stop at one of Europe’s most beautiful castles in Trakoscan.11. Makarska Riviera 12. Town of Opatilja. As you can see the opportunities are endless and you essentially need a month in Croatia to soak in all its beauty. make sure to google these places listed and even better visit them as they will blow your mind

  2. Robert

    Plitvice Lakes are the most beautiful in the fall, but there is also shorter daylight. It is also less crowded and easier to walk because it is not so hot, though it may be rainy days …