Not enough amazing words to describe it
04.06.2013 - 08.06.2013 28 °C
We started our time in Croatia in Zagreb, and even though it was raining we still managed to enjoy some amazing sites.
Had a tour through the historic section, and a day trip into the country side to visit Tito's house, and have lunch in a lovely country house, with a brandy shot to start off.
Next we moved on to the Plitvice National park, the waterfalls and lakes were so amazing, and sadly pictures just don't show how amazing and spectacular this place really is. No swimming is allowed in these lakes which I am sure preserves it somewhat. The boardwalks throughout the entire park are constantly being increased, however make sure you are wearing good walking shoes, and watch where you are walking, as little steps pop up along the boardwalk.
We then moved on to Split, via Trogir, which in itself was amazing. The ice-cream is so good.
Split was true sunshine, and a quick look around inside this place, and a couple of purchases at the market, and we were off again.
The Dalmatian coast from Split to Dubrovnik, was breathtaking. So much to see, a photo opportunity at every turn.
Then Dubrovik. A walk around the wall at 90 Kuna is worth every penny. The views from our hotel are great, and haven't found a negative thing about this place yet.