Croatia is an independent country with a population of 4.07 million and a landmass of 56,594 square kilometers. The country is popularly known for its pebbled beaches, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, natural landscape, and excellent cuisine and wine.
Croatia has ten World Heritage sites that comprise eight Cultural Heritage Sites and two Natural Heritage Sites. Although protected by UNESCO, these sites have served as a source of attraction to tourists for many years. Some of these sites include the Historic City of Trogir, Old City of Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lake National Park, and The Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik.
Other Croatian sites have also served as a source of tourist attraction for years. These sites include Kornati National Park, Mljet National Park, the Blue Grotto, Pula Arena, Blue Lagoon, Zlatni Rat beach, Kraka Waterfalls, and Rovinj Old Town.
Croatia festivals are mainly influenced by music. The country has become home to a variety of popular music festivals. Some of Croatia’s top festivals are InMusic Festival, Love International, Easter weekend, Ultra Europe Music Festival, Spancirfest, Spring Break Island, National Thanksgiving Day, and Moondance.
The traditional cuisine and beverage in Croatia vary from island to islets. The best local dishes you can try are Grilled Fish, Black Risotto, Boskarin, Buzara, Fritule, Coffee, Ice Cream, Rakija, Croatian Wine, and Croatian Beer.