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When talking about Korcula, the most frequently used terms are ‘small Dubrovnik’ or the birthplace of Marco Polo.
The roots of the famous Mljet’s cuisine date back to the Romans.
Konavle’s settlements, which date back to the Palaeolithic and Neolithic, maintained the traditional stone architecture.
The construction of Diocletian’s palace took place in 295, and that year is considered the year when Split was founded.
Ston, a medieval town with centuries of history, is situated on the Peljesac peninsula.
Kotor is a small town located on a narrow plateau under Lovcen, in the far north-eastern part of the of the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro.
Perast is considered the largest monument of the Bay of Kotor since the whole place is made out of stone.
Dubrovnik is recognized by many as the pearl of the Adriatic, and there is a handful of posts, articles and releases that glorify its beauty.
Above the Šunj bay stands Our Lady of Šunj Church, which dates back to the 15th century.
City-hotel Saint Stefan is a luxury resort in the western part of Montenegro, located in Budva Riviera.
Mostar, the biggest city in Herzegovina, is a unique destination with a long history.
Dubrovnik, a city of immense beauty is at the same time Kings' Landing, a fictional town in the famous TV show Game of Thrones.
Lovers of the adrenaline and healthy lifestyle can also enjoy Dubrovnik.
The ancient town of Cavtat, formerly known as Epidaurus, is situated on the very south of Croatia, on a hill of Rat peninsula.
The southernmost inhabited island of Croatia, the island of Koločep, belongs to the Elaphite Islands.
The largest island among the Elaphite Islands is Šipan.
Budva is considered one of the oldest settlements, and also the most visited destination in Montenegro, as well as one of the most visited in the Adriatic.
Although one of the smallest islands of the southern Croatian coast, the island Lokrum captures the attention of many visitors.