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Only 10 years ago Croatia's principal visitors were peacekeepers and aid workers. Now it's become Europe's latest "gotta go" destination. Yachts glide up the coast, movie stars discreetly arrange to buy an island or two and no Mediterranean cruise is complete without a stop in Dubrovnik.
Despite the hype, Croatia's pleasures are more timeless than trendy. Crystalline water laps gently at a 1778km-long coast and no less than 1185 islands. Away from the coast, eight national parks protect pristine forests, karstic mountains, lakes and waterfalls in a landscape of primeval beauty.
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George Bernard Shaw once wrote that "Those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik." Spend the day exploring Dubrovnik's old walled city, and we think you'll agree.
North meets south and the West meets the East in Mostar, Croatia's "city of poetry." Discover its Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and Mostar's many ancient mosques.
Tour the home of Marco Polo on the Island of Korcula and experience the narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces of one of the best-preserved Medieval towns in the Mediterranean.
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Dubrovnik's appeal lies in the old town of Stari Grad, with its marble-paved squares, steep cobbled streets, tall houses, convents, churches, palaces, fountains and museums, all cut from the same light-colored stone. Although Dubrovnik was heavily shelled in 1991 and '92, it has been largely restored.
Dubrovnik's city walls were built between the 13th and 16th centuries, and are still intact today. Arguably the finest city walls in the world, they are 25m (82ft) high, with 16 towers. You can't beat the view, and a walk along the walls will probably be the highlight of your visit to Dubrovnik.
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