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Pros of Opting for Private Apartments in Croatia

Pros of Opting for Private Apartments in Croatia

Jan 7, 2014

Croatia is a favorite destination for many people all over the world. This is facilitated by the presence of the Mediterranean beaches, east and west European cultures and the old charms associated with the beach people. Cheap accommodation has further proliferated tourists visitors to flock in the country, however accommodation prices vary depending on the location. Private accommodations are not spared either; their prices are more affected largely by the season of the year. If you want to be in the best places for sightseeing, private accommodations is the way to go, the fact they are private doesn’t necessarily mean they are more exorbitant. Most private accommodations have exciting and lucrative activities for the guest and you are rest assured there is no dearth of rooms. You will relish the beauty and charms of Croatia without necessarily harming your pocket. In fact they add loads of comfort and leisure to the vacation as you can cut your coat to your fit, that’s in terms of budgetary needs. Croatia’s private apartments come in three dimensions, the luxurious, the moderate and the cheap ones. You will find most of them allow self catering procedures where you can prepare your own meals and save the extra penny that it would cost you in a restaurant, this is an upper hand especially for those travelling with kids. Private apartments allow you to enjoy maiden services besides the benefits of unlimited relaxing periods. The more expensive an apartment is the luxurious it is and the modern its equipments are. Moreover they have unique locations that are quite safe and provide anything you need to make your tour more comfortable and memorable. You can also opt for cheap villas since they never compromise with service quality; moreover they provide basic amenities as well as san maid services. Private apartments are more spacious, they have larger living areas, facilities, bedrooms and parking lots that have a tranquil environment that will help you relax your body and mind after long days of travel. With a blend of affordable prices and great services, you will forget the hassles of your mundane life and rejuvenate your strength to carry on. This makes Croatia to...

Best Places to Visit in Croatia

Best Places to Visit in Croatia

Jan 5, 2014

Croatia is located in Balkans and is quickly becoming one of Europe’s top destination sites. Being in Europe, the city boasts of major historical ruins and medieval cities besides other striking natural attractions like the great Plitvice lakes, gorgeous islands and the impressive Adriatic coastline. Below are some of the top places to visit in Croatia. Krka National park This great national park is located in Central Dalmatia is rich in historic sites, wildlife and other spectacular natural sceneries. Krka Rivers blue green waters runs through the park and enhancing its beauty with its peak being at the gushing waterfalls and clear natural pools. The park is a property of the state and some little charges are incurred as you enter the protected area. Zagreb Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia is well known as an energetic metropolis that speaks volumes from its rich modern and also historic attractions. The city was first established in 2nd century AD and acted as a diocese, today it’s a cosmopolitan city that’s hubs the Croatian culture, it’s also an administration and academic center. Korcula Korcula is an island located 50 kilometers off the Adriatic coast; it’s also the so-called birth place of Marco Polo a famous merchant traveler. Korcula town, the island main town, is considered as a national heritage because of its rich history symbolized by the Venetian Renaissance architect and colorful markets. You don’t have to worry as there are plenty of tourist conveniences. Zadar Zadar is one of the few cities in Croatia that are over three thousand years old. It’s specifically located on the northern Dalmatian coast, it’s one of the tourist getaways as it has plenty to do, see and hear amid the crowds of other tourist destinations. Some of its rich historic attractions include the medieval architecture, roman ruins and numerous aged churches. Rovinj Rovinj, an archipelago of twenty islands is located on Istrian Peninsula by the shores of Adriatic Sea. It’s one of the oldest towns with great sightseeing activities like the narrow cobblestones, arches and stairways. Medieval city gates, St. Euphemias Basilica and the imposing baroque church are some of the greatest historic gems that will stun you as...