The Most Romantic Places in Croatia
It is difficult to single out the most romantic cities in Croatia, because every city has its romantic side. However, some cities are really special for romantic holidays in Croatia.
According to searches on Google, Croatia is 10th the most wanted destinations, writes The Huffington Post. This is ranked among the most desirable leading destinations such as Belize, the Caribbean, and the Maldives.
Mediterranean country across Italy has a beautiful beach and offers a lot to explore, from ancient cities to secret gardens – writes American magazine for wedding Bridal Guide.
Romance and love, the two most beautiful feelings have always been associated with certain places. Long walks in the two through romantic landscapes and cities become even more romantic if their history is imbued with stories about eternal love. Croatia is full of beautiful romantic cities that its walking paths provide unforgettable moments of couples in love. Parks, gardens, streets and squares, lure walkers who holding hands enjoy their beauty and their mutual affection.
Zagreb – the main and the most beautiful city definitely has something to offer couples. On Zagreb’s Upper Town which offers peace, privacy and romantic view of couples in love, is locked in hundreds of different locks with printed names, dates and messages.
Osijek – a town located in the eastern part of the Croatian, Osijek offers beauty not only to Slavonia people, but also for other their visitors. A long promenade along the Drava River, the Tvrdja and a large number of green spaces will attract couples for their happiest moments which they spent in this city.
Varazdin – the most beautiful baroque town in Croatia, with its architecture, small graceful streets, gardens and parks around the old castle is a wonderful place for romantics.
Opatija – a town on the coast, for decades holds the title of the most romantic city in Croatia. A long promenade along the coast, sound of waves and scent of sea lures all lovers from around the world.
According to the US television journalist Ashley Colburn, winners Emmy for a documentary series about Croatia called Wonders of Croatia; Rovinj is the most romantic city in which she had ever been.
The town of Nin are found on the high position the most romantic cities in Europe in the opinion of the portal www.europeanbestdestinations.com led by Maximilien Lejeune website owner and the company’s Best destinations.
Readers of National Geographic compiled a list of 35 most romantic destinations in the world. In addition to Paris, Venice, Agra or Buenos Aires in the list is found and Zadar for the installation on the waterfront – Greetings to Sun. Zadar is also selected for the best European destination in 2016 according to European Best Destination.
Galesnjak (also known as The Island of Love)
Galesnjak (also known as the Island of Love) is a small island located in the Pasman channel between the island of Pasman and place Turanj on the land. The attention of international and domestic public eye took in 2008 when Google Earth declares this island as one of few heart-shaped natural phenomena.
Dubrovnik is one of the most romantic cities on the coast which attracts with its beauty, and a walk through Stradun is an unavoidable ritual of couples in love.
Dubrovnik has a twin called romantic Korcula (Little Dubrovnik). This small romantic town is on the same name island and offers the same medieval charm that Dubrovnik has. There are narrow streets, old stairways, old churches, mighty walls, romantic small restaurants and red roofs.
If you are in love, spend your happy moments in one of these romantic places. If you are not in love, maybe a romantic atmosphere provided by these cities help you find your soul mate and fall in love. Visit the most romantic places of Croatia, be yourself and romantic, fall in love.0