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Dubrovnik offers a wealth of fascinating places to visit. Here are some of the best attractions in the city. :)
Dinara, a mountain whose area was classified as a nature park just this year, is the world's most valuable natural karst unit, with highly developed karst fields and deposits around 8 km thick.
Ston, an ancient city surrounded by walls that were once of great importance for the Republic of Dubrovnik, and a small town next to it, Mali Ston, are something you simply shouldn't miss out on while visiting Croatia.
In the very south of Istria, only 10 km from Pula, there is a beautiful part of Istria visited by many tourists throughout the year. Cape Kamenjak will win you over at first sight!
If you like outdoor activities, you'll love Zrmanja! This river is the perfect setup for rafting and kayaking.
With incredibly rich heritage, Đakovo can be compared with much larger cities than it is itself. This city, known as the city of bishops, writers, painters and great manifestations, can also be proud of another unique feature; the state stud farm of the Lipizzaner breed.
A short distance from Ljubuški and Mostar, the river Trebižat made a unique beauty of nature by depositing tufa sedimentations. Located in the karstic heartland of Herzegovina, the magical Kravica Waterfall is a recognizable symbol of Ljubuški and Herzegovina.
Whether you're looking for cultural, historical, natural sights or just want to try delicious food and relax with great local wine, Baranja truly offers all this and more.
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