1.Dubrovnik: Dubrovnik, known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic," is a UNESCO World Heritage Site .

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2.Hvar: Hvar, often referred to as the "Sunniest Island in Croatia," is a popular destination for sun-seekers and party-goers.

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3.Korcula: Known as the birthplace of Marco Polo, Korcula is a charming island filled with medieval architecture, vineyards, and olive groves.

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4.Plitvice Lakes National Park: Nestled in the heart of Croatia, Plitvice Lakes National Park is a natural wonderland that features a series of cascading lakes, waterfalls, and lush forests.

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5.Pula: Pula, situated on the southern tip of the Istrian Peninsula, is famous for its well-preserved Roman amphitheater, the Pula Arena.

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6.Rovinj: Situated on the Istrian Peninsula, Rovinj is a picturesque coastal town characterized by its colorful buildings and narrow cobblestone streets.

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7.Split: Split is a vibrant coastal city known for its magnificent Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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8.Trogir: Trogir, a small town located on a small island, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture. 

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9.Zadar: Zadar, a historic city on the Dalmatian Coast, offers a unique blend of ancient and modern attractions.

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10.Zagreb: As Croatia's capital, Zagreb offers a mix of history, culture, and vibrant city life.

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