Visit Croatia - Top 10 Croatia 10 FACTS ABOUT CROATIA | GoFacts 4 months ago   02:05

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Croatia is an amazing place to visit from the world famous city of Dubrovnik to the amazing lakes to the fun of Istria. Our list of top 10 towns and places to visit in Croatia.

Filmed in Rovinj, Croatia
Copyright Mark Wolters 2015

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Virgosat03
Have you visited the island of Cres, that is famous for a lake that never changes its level, because there are no poisonous animals on the island, fail to survive.
Pointers Travel TV
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valentino boltuzic
You suck because you didn't see all of croatia...come to my viliage near Sisak to see true beuty of croatia untouched nature ☺
Swan Queen
I expected to see more of Croatia, not only the names of the places :(
Gergely Ivády
you missed Mljet island greenest and, yes Hvar island with Hvar city, the most authentic
Daniele Calò
All Venetian and Roman cities: Ragusa, Spalato, Zara, Parenzo, Pola, Rovigno, Sebenico....and Croatians still hate us Italians who have given them some culture...
Ella
I am from Pula, thank you for saying all the nice things! I'm glad you liked Croatia, if you visit again be sure to go to Motovun in Istria if you didn't get the chance !
DavidisDawei
Did you visit Rijeka or Zadar?
When I was in Rijeka, had a full moon on the water
The drive from Zagreb to Rijeka (using the back roads) is well worth it

Zadar is definitely worth seeing as well
der Führer
just north of Croatia is Slovenia

you have Ljubljana, Maribor, Postojna caves, Vintgar Gorge, Bled, Koper Piran and more things.
Died 93
Nice beaches? It's all rocks, they don't have sand beaches.
ManGDani
I wait to see ROMANIA!
Conor McGregor
Visit Sarajevo its the only city on Europe that nas a mosque,Catholic church and a Ordodox church and the food is amazing(ćevapi,burek)
Maxnp84
when will you go to Slovenia, its so difficult to find good travel videos for the country!
lordofutub
Ok so this is what I'm wondering right. Croatia has all this fuckin awesome byzantine stuff right? So what would Bulgaria had looked like if the otties didn't have a policy of destruction like they did?
DEFINITELY MARK
Have you been to Montenegro? The boat trip into Kotor is amazing!
DigitalNova
Looks like you're wearing a robe mark! Lol
Bill Green
For those of you looking to retire to an affordable place, Croatia is in the Top 10 List of many people. Mark, I had hoped you would do a more in-depth video of this country. Do they speak English much there?
Chad Winters
I love Roving, super cool and relaxing with great day trips...
Kyagos
Every year there is croatia on the list :-)

What I wanna add to your video is that split is beautiful to see but you are done in half a day - the most special place I've found in split was >>Luka Ice Cream & Cakes
Andrew / M7AGG
We're off to Split next August. Looking forward to it.
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10 FACTS ABOUT CROATIA | GoFacts Visit Croatia - Top 10 Croatia 4 months ago   02:49

Croatia is a sovereign state at the crossroads of Central Europe,
Southeast Europe, and the Mediterranean.

Its capital city is Zagreb, which forms one of the country's primary
subdivisions, along with its twenty counties.

Croatia covers 56,594 square kilometres (21,851 square miles)
and has diverse, mostly continental and Mediterranean climates.

Croatia's Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands.

The country's population is 4.28 million, most of whom are Croats,
with the most common religious denomination being Roman Catholicism.