Top Sights in Split

5 must if you are in Split

A holiday in Split is not just sun and swimming, there are lots of things to explore once you are in place. Split is Croatia’s second largest city and has as many historic buildings as it has places of charm. It is a fairly compact city and the best way to get there is to walk. It is also in that way that you can experience everything that the city…

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Split, Croatia

The best beaches in Split

Split is one of Croatia’s oldest cities dating back to the first centuries AD. The city is located in the province of Dalmatia and is one of the most visited cities on the sea coast of Croatia. With a population of just over 200,000 people, Split can offer a combination of big city and holiday tranquility, which attracts very many tourists every year. For those who want to sunbathe and…

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Porec 5 Highlights

Sunbathing and swimming in Porec

Porec, the Croatian pearl of Istria, is not just a holiday destination for the sun worshiper. There are also all kinds of activities and sights. The old medieval town is certainly not large but has areas to explore that do not go off for picks. The relatively low prices also mean that Porec and Croatia in general, have become a sought-after tourist destination for people of all ages and social…

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Croatia Overview

Croatia flag

Croatia is located on the Balkan Peninsula on the Adriatic Sea, and is a popular summer destination. Crystal clear water, Roman palaces, old medieval towns and lots of sun and bathing are some of the reasons why the country has become so popular among Swedes. Capital: Zagreb Biggest city: Zagreb State: republic Language: Croatian Religion: catholicism Surface: 56 542 km² Population: 4.3 million (2013) Population density: 79 residents per km²…

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Croatia Population and Language

Croatia Population and Language

The war in former Yugoslavia during the 1990s, with ethnic cleansing and large population movements, has made Croatia more ethnically homogeneous than it was before. Nine out of ten residents are now Croats. At the same time, the total population figure has dropped steadily for 30 years. The population is estimated to have decreased by almost three quarters of a million people since 1989. The population is now at the…

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