So, where are the best luxury hotels in Croatia? That would have to be Dubrovnik, the ancient, walled city in the south. Here, lovers of architecture and history can appreciate the many different styles in which its buildings have been built, including baroque, renaissance and Gothic. With its lovingly-restored buildings and limestone-paved streets, Dubrovnik is not only fantastic for history lovers but also for those who enjoy the luxurious aspects of travel. The essence of the city is traditional, yet this does not detract from other features such as transport or amenities, which are modern and reliable.
Zagreb: Cultural pursuits
Visitors to Zagreb will find plenty of museums and galleries to satisfy their curiosity. Highlights include the unique Museum of Broken Relationships, the amusing Museum of Illusions and the specialist Croatian Museum of Naive Art. After a rewarding day in the museums, rest and refuel in one of Zagreb’s elegant cafés or refined restaurants.
Plitvice Lakes National Park: Idyllic scenes
Croatia is also known for its striking nature. Visit this national park in central Croatia, with its limestone canyon, caves, 16 lakes and picturesque waterfalls. It is the perfect setting for invigorating hikes and relaxing boat trips.