Things to Do in Zagreb
1. Explore Museum of Broken Relationships: The exhibition hall was established by two Zagreb-based specialists, Olinka Vištica, a film maker, and Dražen Grubiši?, a sculptor. After their four-year love relationship arrived at an end in 2003, the two kidded about setting up a historical center to house the left-over close to home things.
2. Walk through the British Square: It is one of only a handful few outstanding squares to incorporate an outside agriculturists' commercial center with crisp organic product, vegetables and different sustenances brought straightforwardly from homesteads, and is a venerated urban region among the number of inhabitants in Zagreb. Britanski trg is situated along Ilica Street, a couple of squares west from the principle city square, Ban Jela?i? Square.
3. Day trip at National Park Plitvice Lake: The national park was established in 1949 and is in the uneven karst zone of focal Croatia, at the fringe to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The imperative north– south street that goes through the national park zone interfaces the Croatian inland with the Adriatic waterfront locale.
4. Explore Upper Town: Zagreb's Upper Town (Gornji Grad) is a system of little boulevards that extend between two slopes: Kaptol and Gradec. First settled in the eleventh century, it is the most established piece of Zagreb with seventeenth and eighteenth century structures lining limited, winding lanes.
5. Cycle at the lake Jarun: The lake is the area of the Jarun sports and relaxation focus, where individuals can push, paddle, cruise, surf, swim, run, bicycle, roller skate, and skateboard. Around the lake are numerous clubs and bistros, for example, Aquarius.
6. Wakeboarding at the Jarun Lake: Wakeboarding is the another sports one can enjoy at the Lake Jarun as a part of Jarun sports and relaxation.
7. Enjoy 360 degree views on Zagreb’s Main Square: is the central square of the city of Zagreb. It is surrounded by multi-storied buildings and the screens with the latest advertisements ON. You will surely get an amazing 360 degree view at this place.
8. Visit Zagreb Cemetery: The Mirogoj Cemetery is a graveyard park that is viewed as among the more vital tourist spots in the City of Zagreb. The burial ground entombs individuals from every single religious gathering: Catholic, Orthodox, Muslim, Jewish, Protestant, Latter Day Saints; skeptical graves would all be able to be found.
9. Hangout at Cinema Kino Europa: Film Europa is Zagreb's faction film. It was worked in 1924/25 by the well off Müller family from Zagreb and planned by draftsman Sre?ko Florschütz with the point of developing the most wonderful, critical and current film in the locale. Film Europa was formally opened on 8 April 1925 with Fritz Lang's Die Niebelungen and the nearby film Dalmatia, Land of Sun.
10. Take a walk through the Zagreb’s streets: Take a walk through the streets of Zagreb. Find out where to eat, attractions, culture, sports and recreation activities.
11. Shop at Zagreb's Farmers' Market: The day by day showcase, on a raised square a lot of stairs up from Jela?i?, has been the city's real exchanging spot since 1926. Agriculturists from encompassing towns come to move their home-made foodstuffs and new leafy foods.
12. Hike at Medvednica Mountain: Medvednica is a mountain in focal Croatia, only north of Zagreb, and denoting the southern fringe of the noteworthy locale of Zagorje. The most astounding top, at 1,035 m is Sljeme. The vast majority of the region of Medvednica is a nature park, a kind of conservation lesser than a national park.
13. Visit Zagreb Cathedral: The Zagreb Cathedral on Kaptol is a Roman Catholic foundation and the tallest working in Croatia as well as the most great sacral working in Gothic style southeast of the Alps. It is committed to the Assumption of Mary and to lords Saint Stephen and Saint Ladislaus.
14. Have coffee at Velvet Cafe: Find the best coffe in the city of Zagreb at the Valvet Cafe. You will love the interiors and the impressive chandeliers.
17. Spend evening at Mali Bar: Mali bar, a culinary hit founded under the by lead of Ana Ugarkovi?, is one of the most popular places to eat in Zagreb since its opening.
18. Go on a bike tour from Ancient to New Zagreb: Take a bike tour that starts from Ancient Zagreb to New Zagreb. Experience the culture of the ancient Zagreb and the modern Zagreb on 2 wheels.
19. Take a blue cabin ride of Zagreb Funicular: The blue cable ccar ride in Zagreb is an absolute delight and an experience everyone must have when in the beautiful city of Zagreb.
20. Spend your day at Lenuci Horseshoe: The Lenuci Horseshoe or the Green Horseshoe is a U-formed arrangement of city squares with parks in downtown Zagreb, Croatia. The horseshoe was imagined in 1882 by Croatian urbanist Milan Lenuci. The parks were anticipated somewhere in the range of 1883 and 1887, when the present Donji graduate framed the southern edges of Zagreb.
21. Stay in Hotel Esplanade: The Esplanade Zagreb Hotel is a memorable lavish lodging in Zagreb, Croatia. It was worked in 1925 to give convenience to travelers of the well known Orient Express train, which went among Paris and Istanbul.
22. Get away from the city to Maksimir Park and Zagreb Zoo: Maksimir Park is the oldest public park in Zagreb, Croatia. It forms part of the city's cultural heritage and is a habitat for many different plant and animal species.
23. Stroll the Tkalciceva Street: Tkalciceva Street in Zagreb is an excellent road fixed with eateries and bistros. At that equivalent spot once streamed a waterway that isolated the regions of Kaptol and Gradec. Toward the finish of the nineteenth century, on account of the contamination, the stream was filled in and changed over into boulevards.
24. Visit St. Mark Church: The thirteenth century St Mark's Church is a standout amongst Zagreb's most significant structures. Its vivid tiled rooftop, developed in 1880, has the medieval escutcheon of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia on the left side, and the token of Zagreb on the right. The Gothic entry, made out of 15 figures in shallow specialties, was etched in the fourteenth century. The inside contains forms by Ivan Meštrovi?, however the congregation is open just at Mass occasions.
25. Enjoy Supper yummy Cocktails at Bulldog Pub: Bulldog Pub is a family-friendly pub in Morningside! We opened in April 2013 and have been serving great food and craft beers ever since.
Things to Do in Zadar
26. Admire Byzantine treasures
27. Take a sip of a Zadar’s Signature drink Maraska
28. Crawl the bars of Stomorica
29. Greet the sun at Sea Organ
30. Go for Sail at Sali
31. Visit Roman Zadar
32. Dine on Divine Monkfish
33. Windsurf or kiteboard at Surfmani
34. Take a Rowboat ride to visit Zadar
35. Stroll Venetian Zadar
36. Gaze over Zadar from a lofty belfry
37. Listen to medieval music at St. Donats Church
38. Visit Museum of Ancient Glasses
39. Spend a day at Paklenica National Park
40. Climb St Anastasia’s campanile
41. Try the local seafood in Fosa
42. Go Island Hopping in Adriatic Channel
Things to Do in Split
43. Explore Split old town
44. Visit Marjan Hill
45. Explore churches on Marjan Hill
46. Stop by Split Art Galleries
47. Stroll along Split seafront promenade (Riva)
48. Wine and Dine at Uje Oil Bar
49. Sea Kayaking Sunset or Morning tour around Marjan Hill
50. Rock Climbing at Marjan
51. Enjoy Skydiving from sport airport in Sinj
52. Spend a day at Krka Waterfalls
53. Go for white water Rafting on Cetina River
54. Hike at Mosor Mountain
55. Zip-line over Cetina Canyon
56. Join a Pub Crawl Tour
57. River Tubing on river Cetina
58. Explore countryside with ATV
59. Spend the day on Bacvice beach
60. Join the “Game of Thrones”
61. Play Picigin with the locals
62. Visit Jupiter’s Temple
Things to Do in Dubrovnik
63. Walk in the City walls
64. Sightseeing of Old town from Fort Lovrijenac
65. Book a Kayak Tour from Old Town entrance gate
66. Take the cable car to the top of Mt. Srd
67. Dine at Restaurant Dubravka
68. Stroll through Stradun a picturesque pedestrian thoroughfares
69. Hop on a ferry to Lokrum Island
70. Spend your day cliff jumping at a “hole in the wall” bar
Things to Do in Trogir
71. Visit the Kamerlengo Island
72. Sand Sunbathing at Pantan Beach
73. Spend day at Okrug Beach
74. Hire a boat to explore the Beautiful Croatian Coastline
Things to Do in Pula
75. Walk with the Romans at Pula Arena
76. Explore Croatia's Colosseum
77. Admire photography at Galerija Makina
78. Take a sip of coffee at Cvajner
80. Go for a party at Uljanik
81. Stare at Lighting Giants in evening
82. Visit temple of Augustus
83. Jump off Kamenjak cliff
Things to Do in Rijeka
83. Take a view of Rijeka bay
84. Visit to the Trsat Castle
85. Take part in the Ri Rock Festival
Things to Do in Osijek
86. Visit the Wetland in Kopacki Rit
87. Buy home made wine from Baranja
88. Watch movies at Urania
89. Take a ferry ride ‘Kompa’ to Drava
90. Stroll along Drava
91. Explore Osijek Baroque town
Things to Do in Rovinj
92. Explore the old town
93. Visit Batana Museum
94. Spend a day at the Golden Cape Forest
95. Rock climbing at Punta Corrente forest park
96. Experience Adestria Sunset Tour
Things to Do in Porec
97. Explore Porec historical sites
98. Visit Euphrasian Basilica
99. Experience panoramic flights, tandem jump, and piloting programs in Aeropark Vrsar
100. Enjoy Jet ski, banana ride, tubes, and parasailing at Porec Beaches
101. Have a glass of wine at Tequila Bar