You just got married and you want have your honeymoon in Croatia. Great¸ you are at the right place. People usually prefer destinations considered exotic or romantic and Croatia can give you both as well as much more.
If you’re arriving from Europe¸ you won’t find it difficult to travel to Croatia since the country is located in the Central and Southeast Europe across the Adriatic sea¸ opposite to Italy. Thanks to its favorable geographic position¸ you can visit Croatia and other nearby countries such as Italy¸ Austria¸ Hungary¸ Bosnia and Herzegovina or Montenegro. It would be like honeymoon tour but let’s go back to the topic¸ honeymoon in Croatia.
CROATIA HONEYMOON – WHAT DOES IT OFFER
Although Croatia is a small country with only 4 milion people¸ distinct differences between its regions provide diverse excotic¸ romantic¸ exciting¸ adventurous and above all unforgettable experience for people of all ages and from all walks of life. Croatia is geographically and culturally divided in 5 different regions:
- Zagreb and the northern Croatia with old baroque cities such as Varaždin and Čakovec – this part of Croatia is best for people who prefer urban style of life which like visiting and exploring cities with rich history. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia with population of 1 million people. You can visit it any time of the year but the best time to see it is during winter months¸ especially during christmas advent which is among the best in Europe since the city looks like a huge Christmas Village with all the decorations and attractions.
- Slavonia on the east with its valleys¸ National Park Papuk and town of Osijek – truth be told¸ this is the least popular part of Croatia. On the other hand¸ if you like peace and quiet¸ beautiful scenery and you don’t want to go to the coast¸ islands or the mountains¸ then the valleys and national parks of Slavonia are best suited for you. The main city of Slavonia is Osijek with its beautiful architecture that provides romantic walks along the shores of Danube river.
- Lika and Gorski kotar with National Park Plitvice – is the mountain part of Croatia which connects the coastal part with Zagreb and Slavonia. Lika and Gorski kotar are comprised of picturesque countryside landscapes surrounded with lush green forests and clear lakes. You can visit it all year long. It only depends what you prefer. During winter months¸ this part of Croatia is great for