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Many peoples impressions of Croatia come from the Junlin City in Quanyou, which is Dubrovnik, but in fact Croatia has a lot of humanities and scenery resources. The perfect combination of the beauty of the Adriatic Sea and the medieval city is the most beautiful country in the Balkans. The capital of this country is Zagreb, and there are many scenic spots within 2-4 hours from Zagreb. The most famous ones are the 16th Lake ~ Plitvice Lakes Group, the European version of Jiuzhaigou. There is also one of the best spots in the world to watch the sunset - the Zadar Sea Organ area.
Transportation: Croatian transportation is mainly by bus, self-driving and steamship. Zagreb can reach the surrounding area by bus. There are many greeting platforms along the road, stop the car and pay on the train. Of course, the best is Tickets are bought at the bus station. The bus station in Zagreb is relatively large. There will be corresponding stations on the ticket. You can find the car according to the platform. The arrival time of the vehicle will not be very early. Generally, it is only 15-20 minutes ahead of time. Sometimes it will be delayed. So please don't worry, some tickets will collect baggage tickets. Some places can't beat uber, you can call a taxi directly.
Recommended destination: Plitvice Lakes - Zadar
16 Lakes: About 160 kilometers from Zagreb, personally not recommended to buy a round-trip bus ticket, go back to the city to beckon, the price is 70 Kuna One-way left and right. The
scenic area is a karst landform. It was founded in 1949 and is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe. It is now the largest national park in Croatia and cannot fly drones.
Attraction has a website, there are also route analysis, tickets have a light season, but it is strongly recommended to go to the peak season.
The scenic sign is very clear, there is a boat, pay attention to the time.
route has ABCEFHK, etc., one-day tour, need to go back and forth on the same day, personal recommendation to take the B line, it takes about 3 hours, you can take a cruise, A line is fast, more than 1 hour, walking, no boat, Time is rich, you can take the C line, you can even spend the night in the local area, there are many hotels nearby.
Return bus on the opposite pavilion under the bridge, you can have a cup of coffee at the door and go.
Zadar: It is a historic city in Croatia, the fifth largest city in Croatia. It takes about 3 hours to get from Zagreb by bus.
Zadar mainly depends on the ancient city-sea organ sunset, and of course you can take a boat trip to the new city, you can even take a boat directly to Split, and open more routes in the peak season. There is a bridge between the ancient city and the new city. There are archaeological museums, marine exhibition halls, medieval churches, monasteries and Roman architectural monuments in the old town. It is worth seeing.
But the most famous is the sunset of the sea organ, the top ten places in the world, romantic and beautiful, waiting for the sunset, listening to the beautiful music of the sea organ, it is really the sound of nature.
As a holiday resort, staying for one night and watching the sunrise is also a good idea. There are many hotels and villas, as well as various yachts and other facilities.
[Traveling around Eastern Europe] 16 lakes
said that the sixteen lakes in Croatia are small Jiuzhaigou, and this changeable color is really dreamy. I guess it is difficult to go to Jiuzhai once in this life, so I am very happy to see the European version.
Waterfall Although the water volume is not very large, the momentum does not lose.
There are free shuttle buses and barges in the park. There are a variety of hiking routes to choose from. It is very user-friendly and suitable for different levels of walking enthusiasts.
There are three entrances to the Plitvice Lakes National Park (commonly known as the 16th Lake), which is known as the Jiuzhaigou Valley in Europe. However, not every entrance is open all year round. For the sake of insurance, most people get off at the first entrance (that is, the first stop in the scenic spot) and buy tickets into the scenic spot.
From Zagreb, it takes about an hour to get there by car. There are not many people in the area. It is very pleasant. The lake is crystal clear. Many parents take the children to play and take a lot of local photos~
here It is a limestone landform in the upper reaches of the Korana River. After thousands of years of erosion and deposition, many travertine slopes are formed. The development of natural dams has spawned a series of lakes, caves and waterfalls to create a magnificent natural wonder. This wonderful geological process continues to happen today. The forests in the park are home to wild bears, wild wolves and many rare birds.
Plitvicka Jezera is located in the karst mountains of central Croatia and is the largest national park in Croatia. In 1979, he was selected as a World Natural Heritage.
The park has many natural dams with limestone deposits that form multiple lakes, caves and waterfalls. Since there are mainly 16 lakes, the park is also called the Plitvice Lakes National Park. Whether it is scenery or geological origin, the Plitvice Lakes group is very similar to Jiuzhaigou, so in China, it is often referred to as European Jiuzhaigou.
It is recommended to stay in a park hotel for easy access. The on-site restaurant is attentive and clean, and the price is similar to that of a small hotel. Even in popular scenic spots like the 16th Lake, there is no price confusion in domestic scenic spots. The taste of the Croatians is very close to that of the Chinese. They also love rice. I like all kinds of risotto - seafood, vegetables, mushrooms...