The 10 Best Historic Walking Areas in Croatia, Croatia

August 5, 2021 Malia Yoakum

Coordinates: 45°10′N 15°30′E / 45.167°N 15.500°E / 45.167; 15.500
Restaurants in Croatia

1. Parish Church of St. Lawrence

Ivankova ul. 4 C, Stobrec, Split Croatia
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Parish Church of St. Lawrence

St Lawrence festivity is held here every year on 10th August. He is the patron saint of the city.

2. Explore Zagreb

Koledinechka Ulica 3, Zagreb 10000 Croatia +385 98 516 876 [email protected]
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Explore Zagreb

My name’s Renata. After working in education for some time, I decided to switch careers and to use my language knowledge for something else. So I got my tour guide license, and now I would love to tell you interesting stories about my city. The tour includes major landmarks as well as some hidden gems.

3. Krk City walls

Frankopanska ul. bb, Krk 51500 Croatia +385 51 221 414 [email protected] http://history.grad-krk.hr/En/kj/bedemi
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Krk City walls

Old Town Center is surrounded with the well preserved entire perimeter of the City Walls. Some parts of the wall are nearly two thousand years old.

4. Palazzo di Diocleziano

Dioklecijanova Ul. 1, Split 21000 Croatia +385 21 345 602 https://visitsplit.com/it/448/palazzo-di-diocleziano
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Palazzo di Diocleziano

The ruins of the Roman Emperor Diocletian's palace date back to the late 3rd to early 4th century A.D.

Reviewed By drtyagi2017 - Meerut District, India

Split, Croatia Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, is known for the fortressl ike complex at its center, Diocletian's Palace, erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century , within its white stone walls and under its courtyards are a cathedral and numerous shops, bars, cafes, hotels and houses. Unknown to many the town claims fame to being the inventor of Neckties and Dalmatian dogs

5. Walls of Dubrovnik

Placa Ulica 32, Dubrovnik 20000 Croatia +385 20 638 800 http://citywallsdubrovnik.hr/
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Walls of Dubrovnik

Reviewed By 150gordonh

Great walk and around city with fantastic views, be aware that when cruise boats are in it can be very busy, take plenty of water and wear sensible shoes

6. Upper Town (Gornji Grad)

Zagreb 10000 Croatia +385 95 654 6544 http://www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr/&lang=en
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Upper Town (Gornji Grad)

Reviewed By O6990UKfrankd

The upper town is truly the center of Zagreb and provides a glimpse into the early days of this city. Take the funicular up from the new part of town and stroll past the houses of government, St Mark's church, and the last remaining city rampart. As you work your way down through the Bloody Bridge and the market, recall the historic origins of Zagreb!

7. Stradun

Stradun Old Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik 20000 Croatia
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4.5 based on 2,596 reviews

Stradun

Reviewed By MrsBaum - Leeds, United Kingdom

It’s so easy to feel like you are walking around King’s Landing, the Main Street is beautiful both during the day and at night, early and late are the best times as it gets very very busy. Explore the side streets too, full of cute shops and cafes

8. Port of Rovinj

Rovinj Croatia http://port-rovinj.hr/
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Port of Rovinj

A pleasant port town in the northern Adriatic Sea with opportunities to explore vinyards, shops and beaches.

Reviewed By Eyekaytoo - Leverkusen, Germany

This is a lovely place to visit, particularly in the evening when the hot sun finally sinks into the sea and the place is transformed into a multitude of brightly lit scenes. You can enjoy a nice stroll along the waters edge and admire the plethora of little pleasure and fishing boats as well as the odd luxury cruisers which slip in around sunset to moor there for the night. I found myself checking out the costs of charters for such vessels on-line - the most expensive I found were around the 1,2 mio € per week... Of course this is the place to enjoy a sunset cocktail in one bar, an authentic Istrian style meal in another and a huge, spectacular exotic ice cream in a third place. And of course to dream about what it would be like to have the sort of money to charter a floating palace and ply the Croatian islands...

9. Ancient City Walls

Motovun Croatia http://www.istriago.net/breathtaking-views-ancient-walls-motovun
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Ancient City Walls

Reviewed By Brittany_11_10 - Los Angeles, United States

The best reason to visit the ancient city walls of Motovun (in general) is to have great views of the surrounding forests. The best reasons to visit right now are that parking is free (right near the church and cemetery), entrance to the walls is free, and essentially no one is there.

10. Lapad

Dubrovnik Croatia +385 98 565 004 http://www.dubrovnik-guide.net/lapad.htm
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Lapad

Reviewed By susieAlicante

Very pretty bay with pebble beach . Very close to bars and restaurants, lovely pine clad headlands .lovely walks around the headlands,

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