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Dubrovnik is a city suspended in time - Rough Guide

Written by  Jul 19, 2016

Croatia is without doubt one of the most desirable holiday spots in Europe. According to Rough Guide, the leading publisher of travel and reference guides, Croatia has everything that tourists like – great food, awesome festivals and beautiful nature.

The British travel publisher made a short and very flattering video about Croatia. In ''A one minute guide to Croatia'' video they have provided tourists with a plethora of useful information illustrated by a perfect produced video.

Rough Guides describes Dubrovnik as a seaside city suspended in time and recommends the island of Korcula to those eager for good domestic food and wine. The island of Hvar the publisher describes as a destination for those who look for an active night life as Hvar is already known for the best nightlife in the Adriatic. Split as the main capital of the Split-Dalmatia region is ideal for spending time on beaches and having a coffee in numerous seafront cafes. Skradin is recommended to those who would like to taste the best of the Dalmatian cuisine.

One minute journey from Dubrovnik to the Plitvice Lakes also leads viewers to Pula in Istria which is famous for its ancient Roman ruins and the small Istrian city of Rovinj known for its Venetian architecture. The Croatian capital the city of Zagreb offers urban pleasures (art festivals, theatres, events etc.) to its guests. The final destination of this short video finishes at the National Park Plitvice Lakes which the publisher recommends to those who want to spend their time in pristine wilderness surrounded by turquoise waterfalls.

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