Cheap Luxury Holidays Review – Europe
The climate of Europe is of a temperate, continental nature, with a maritime climate prevailing on the western coasts and a Mediterranean climate. In terms of shape, Europe is a collection of connected peninsulas and nearby islands. The two largest peninsulas are “mainland” Europe and Scandinavia to the north, divided from each other by the Baltic Sea. Three smaller peninsulas—Iberia, Italy and the Balkans—emerge from the southern margin of the mainland in the south.
Based on the research and tourists review, here are the populated statistics I would want to share. This help to furnish you with a pellucid idea, so that it makes your selection more conducive. There is no order preference in this review.
Capital: Central heart of Croatia – Zagreb
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Places of Interests: Ben Jelacic Square, Zagreb Cathedral, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters, Hvar, Brac, Walls of Dubrovnik, Pula Arena, Korana, Zadar Cathedral, Losinj, Krka, Zlarin, Temple of Augustus, Jarun, Zagreb Zoo, Zagreb City Museum, Korcula, Kamerlengo Castle etc.
My Rating: 9 out of 10
By: Anishah London, UK | Feb 13, 2014
The dramatic desirable stretch of Dalmatian coastline encompasses some of the most exclusive hotspots in Europe, such as Dubrovnik. Spring is wonderful in the sumptuous ‘Pearl of the Adriatic,’ christened by Lord Byron. Fewer tourists, glorious warmth and quaint pathways are fringed by bold blue sea. Spring is carnival time (1st-4th March) transforming the city into a masked playground where classical musicians serenade dances in the World Heritage streets of Old Town. The most striking scenes are found at Plitvice Lakes National park, where a ribbon of lakes and waterfalls create majestic scenes. For a more cultural affair, capital Zagreb features the best of café culture, art galleries and an addictive ambiance.
By: Mimosa Chloe Oakland, Clifornia, USA | Jan 17, 2014
Croatia is the secret of Europe. Beautiful beaches, great food, cheap shopping, amazing history. It is also a great jumping off point for the rest of Eastern Europe. Easy to get around by bus and train, friendly people, a huge variety of adventures of every kind. Can’t say enough good things about Croatia.
By: AndyWhah – – | July 05, 2012
I actually wasn’t to Croatia, but to the border when it was communist Yugoslavia. However, you may be interested in an area immediately across the border into Italy; we really enjoyed it there. I was stationed in Italy & went there several times. For one, it is a beautiful drive along the coast there, but there are two castles that you could visit (I don’t know if they give tours now or not). Also the waters of the Adraitic Sea are so beautiful & crystal clear there. But things may have changed, the last time we were there was 1968. Please respond about your Croatian experience; my aunt (U.S. uncle’s wife)was born there. Always wanted to go there. Please share your experience.
By: Kathrin Paulsen Sprockhovel, Germany | July 04, 2012
Kroatien ist mein absolutes Lieblingsland. Tolles Wetter mit heißen Temperaturen und ein klares Meer. Die kroatische Küche ist super und die Architektur sehenswert.
By: Veronica Piris Reneria, Pais Vasco, Spain | July 04, 2012
una amravilla poder perderse por sus calles!
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