|Getting Around The Beautiful
Landmarks of Croatia by Graham McKenzie
Croatia definitely is one
of the world's best seaboard tourist spots. It is located in Southeastern
Europe with an area of 56,542 sq miles. Around 5 million people are living
in this country. Croatian is the official language of Croatia. Zagreb
is the capital city of Croatia; Croatian Kuna is the currency in use. The
major climatic conditions here are continental and it varies at the places
near to sea coast. Croatia has 1105 miles of coastline along Adriatic Sea....
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accommodation in Dubrovnik
Argosy Hotel Dubrovnik
Situated on the peninsula
of Lapad in Dubrovnik, Argosy Hotel is surrounded by large areas of parkland
and is a short drive from the main centre of Dubrovnik. The hotel is only
5 kilometres from the city centre. All rooms are comfortably furnished
and are equipped with a host of modern amenities such as telephone, television
and en suite bathroom.
Excelsior Hotel is internationally
renowned, local landmark and a welcome outpost of luxury and style, situated
in the heart of the ancient city of Dubrovnik. The hotel is only a short
5 minute walk from the cultural and heritage centre of the city. With superb
facilities, fine location and excellent service, the Excelsior is the perfect
place to stay.
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Sibenik accommodation options
Overlooking a peaceful Pinewood
Park, Ivan Hotel is located just a few metres away from the rocky beach.
Only 50 metres from the sea, this property offers 347 guest rooms and apartments,
which are well equipped with modern amenities.
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accommodation in Split
The Art Hotel is situated
in Split, Croatia, 500 metres from the historic city centre and 1 kilometre
from the train station. the seafront is 3 kilometres away. The Art Hotel
is a modern, 3 storey property that opens onto a shaded terrace dotted
with potted plants. The onsite health club features fitness equipment,
showers and changing rooms. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day and
offers room service (limited hours) a safe- deposit box. The restaurant
at the Art Hotel serves buffet breakfasts (surcharge) and a variety of
Croatian and international dishes for lunch and dinner, accompanied by
local wines. The cafe-bar offers light meals and drinks.
Jadran Hotel Split is situated
in the immediate vicinity of the sea, in the silent area of Sustipan and
ACI Marina. You need just five minutes of beautiful walk by the sea to
reach city centre and also to the 1700-year-old Diocletian Palace. The
hotel has 30 guest rooms that are equipped with a host of modern amenities.
Gastronomic variety of the on-site restaurants and cafe bar with outdoor
lunch and coffee area, surrounded by natural greenery is a perfect place
Blu Resort Split
The Radisson Blu Split Hotel
is set in a convenient location and enhanced with modern amenities. All
of the 143 guestrooms at the hotel provide all the modern amenities for
the business and leisure traveler. Included in all rooms are baby crib,
hair dryer, clock radio, bathrobes, bathroom phone, a/c, non-smoking rooms.
Featuring money exchange, wake up call, facilities for the disabled, a/v
equipment, airport shuttle service, medical service, mail service, ballroom,
this Split hotel is sure to make each guest's trip an enjoyable one. Guests
seeking exercise or leisure will be pleased to find fishing, boating, sauna,
massage, swimming pool, spa, water sports, gymnasium at the hotel.
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Palace Derossi is located
in old town Trogir, Croatia, 100 metres from the gate of Terra Firma and
Ivana Pavla Ii Square. Pantan Beach is 1.5 kilometres away. This hotel
is housed in a historic palace and opens onto a central courtyard. There
wireless internet access (complimentary) throughout the hotel and multilingual
staff are available round the clock at the front desk. Parking is
provided nearby. Palace Derossi has a bar and a cafe, and a daily
complimentary buffet breakfast is available. The hotel's business centre
offers photocopying and fax facilities.
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Allegra Hotel Zagreb
Arcotel Allegra Hotel Zagreb
is located in the city centre, within the shopping district and close to
the Branimir centre and pedestrian streets of the old town. The hotel has
151 modern rooms, with well-appointed bathrooms and a host of useful amenities.
The restaurant and the bar are designed in a simple style with Mediterranean
flair and offer both international and local cuisine. Guests can avail
the services of the on site Wellness Spa, as well.
Palace Hotel Zagreb is located
in the very heart of the city, on the beautiful J. J. Strossmayer Square,
which is flanked by King Tomislav Square and Zrinski Square. The main city
square is only a ten-minute walk from the hotel, while famous museums,
galleries and other cultural landmarks are in the immediate vicinity. Palace
Hotel comprises 118 rooms and several apartments, all carpeted and well
appointed. The restaurants serve international cuisine and have excellent
Around The Beautiful Landmarks of Croatia by Graham McKenzie
Croatia definitely is one of
the world's best seaboard tourist spots. It is located in Southeastern
Europe with an area of 56,542 sq miles. Around 5 million people are living
in this country.
Croatian is the official
language of Croatia. Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia; Croatian Kuna
is the currency in use. The major climatic conditions here are continental
and it varies at the places near to sea coast. Croatia has 1105 miles of
coastline along Adriatic Sea.
The capital city of Croatia
is Zagreb. Croatian is the main language spoken here and Kuna is the currency.
Croatian climate is characteristic of the Mediterranean Sea. The inland
has hot summers and very cold winters, at the coastal areas the summers
are dry and the winters are mild.
services are available to travel within the country. The Global Euro Rail
pass lets tourists to travel to Croatia including 20 other European countries.
Tourists of neighboring countries
can use roadways; international buses are being in run connecting Croatia
with countries like Germany, Austria, Bosnia, Italy and Hungary. Local
taxis are available round the clock; tourists can hire vehicles from local
motels and other travel agencies.
There are many beaches and
your kids can run around and spend lots of time over there. In the towns
you can come across some organized tours that cater to the children's needs.
They offer complete surveillance so that you can enjoy.
Dubrovnik is famous for its
historic touch, it reflects the glory of past. The old time walls and roofs
look quite interesting here. St Blaise's church, Jesuit church, maritime
museum are the highlights for this city. Split is another city in Croatia
to watch out for.
It takes you back to those
old golden old times, with archaeological touch. This city was built by
a roman emperor named Diocletian in 3rd century. The Romanesque bell tower
is the most vibrant picture one can witness in this place.
Coast Istria is probably
the most favorite place of outing for tourists. And it is listed in UNESCO
world heritage sites because of its archaic constructions.
Reaching Croatia via Italy
is quite easy. You can hire a car and all the car companies are usually
allowed to enter in Slovenia and Croatia. However, you must provide all
the relevant papers during entry time.
Do not try to cross the border
without producing relevant papers, or else your insurance may become invalid.
There are many ways of commuting
in Croatia. It all depends on the place you would like to visit. Within
the country, the Croatia Airlines connects all the major destinations from
Zagreb. The bus service is extremely good. The bus service network is quite
strong and cheap.
Visit www.hrvatska.sk for more information.
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