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Museum of Broken Relationships
4.2/5
61 Reviews
Museum
GLS***70I think this place is actually so cool. It's definitely something new to see. Although it look kind of cheesy I actually love it! It's a really cool place to visit and also kind of sad and funny at the same time.But you should definitely visit this, if you ever find yourself in Croatia.I recommend!!!
Zagreb Cathedral
4.6/5
77 Reviews
Church
Jurajivafantastic place to go. recently got hit by an earthquake in 2020. but still a very old and very majestic piece of architecture. only a couple of minutes walk from the city center and many good restaurants around the area. if you are into religious buildings make sure to see the biggest cathedral in Croatia.
St. Mark's Church
4.5/5
83 Reviews
Church
Helena BSt Mark’s Square (Trg svetog Marka) constitutes the heart of the Upper Town, having formerly served as the main market square of the settlement of Gradec. Dominating the square is the 13th-century Church of St Mark, a three-isled Romanesque church which still retains much of its original hape. The Gothic arched ceiling and the sanctuary were added in the late 14th century, along with the fifteen statues that stand in iches above the southern portal. Some of the statues were made by masters from the Parler workshop in Prague in around 1420.
Diocletian's Palace
4.5/5
72 Reviews
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D23***43Quite amazing to think all this was built so long ago and it is still standing. A beautiful building with lots of history- definitely a good idea to go on one of the walking tours.
Ban Jelacic Square
4.4/5
50 Reviews
Square
Jurajivadefinitely a must see in Zagreb. you will find great food. bars. street performers and most famously a lot of cafes scattered around. check it out for the old architecture and lively atmosphere.
Sea Organ
4.8/5
44 Reviews
Seashore
Kimi_jmThe ancient city of Zadar, the hometown of the Magic Flute Modric, is now the most famous place is the sea organ. The artist built a special shape of stones on the beach. The impact of the beach can make a buzzing sound. Everyone sits in twos and threes. Listening to this sound by the sea, I really like Zadar, the leisurely seaside ancient city.

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Sea Organ
Sea OrganOpcina Zadar,Croatia

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Dubrovnik Cathedral
Dubrovnik CathedralOpcina Dubrovnik,Croatia

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Rector’s Palace
Rector’s PalaceOpcina Dubrovnik,Croatia

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Stone Gate
Stone GateZagreb,Croatia

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Mirogoj Cemetery
Mirogoj CemeteryZagreb,Croatia

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Croatian Museum of Naive Art
Croatian Museum of Naive ArtZagreb,Croatia

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Deciding where to travel for your Game of Thrones adventure is a combination of selecting your favourite scene and matching it with your desired real-world experience. For example, are your fave episodes the ones featuring King’s Landing and are you keen to go on a Europe trip? If so, then Dubrovnik is for you. Maybe you were captivated by the White Walkers or scenes from Beyond the Wall? Then better book your next trip to Iceland. How about the enchantment of Prince Doran’s water gardens? Well you’re in for a treat because that's on the list too. There’s no shortage of truly spectacular GoT related destinations. For this list we’ve selected a wide range that will appeal to everyone. Are you ready? (Warning: some mild spoilers ahead – though if you haven't finished the series yet what are you waiting for!?)
The 10 Best Game of Thrones Film Locations to Visit in 2020
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The 10 Best Game of Thrones Film Locations to Visit in 2020
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The Dalmatian Coast, a place of extraordinary beauty on the Adriatic Sea. When most people think of Croatia, this is what comes to mind. Well this and of course Luka Modri?, the World Cup, and Game of Thrones. Croatia is often overshadowed by its neighbor across the Adriatic; however, travelers in the know have long recognized the region’s beauty, history, and culture. If you’re looking for a European adventure but don’t fancy traditional destinations in the West, you certainly cannot go wrong in Croatia.
Croatia: A Gem on the Adriatic Sea
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Croatia: A Gem on the Adriatic Sea

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Croatia lies at the intersection of Central Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Balkans. The country’s long coastline is simply stunning. The more than 1,185 small islands have earned Croatia a moniker as “the country of a thousand islands.” At the world-famous Plitvice Lake, 16 natural lakes connect together and calcium carbonate deposits give the water fabulous greenish blue hues. It is a memorizing natural landscape.

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