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The history of Croatia – or the general area of where the country is – can be traced back to prehistoric times although not much evidence of early settlements still remain. Today, Croatia, once part of Yugoslavia, has undergone many transitions. It is a beautiful place to visit and is popular because of its rugged coastline and fascinating historical buildings. It shares land borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina making it an ideal partner for a two-country itinerary.
A true gem in the Adriatic Sea waiting to be discovered.
Still resistant to mass tourism and preserving its culture, history and more importantly its beautiful rugged coastline and thousands of islands, Croatia has become one of the most popular destinations in Europe in recent years. Heavily influenced by neighbouring Italy with its architecture, lifestyle and cuisine, Croatia is a true gem in the Adriatic Sea waiting to be discovered.
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