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because if the sound of island hopping in Croatia doesn’t tickle your fancy, then your fancy must not be ticklish. With several trips to choose from, you can stay a few days or a few weeks.Sign up for fresh ocean breezes right outside your doorstep with an on-deck cabins or upgrade to the “plus” ships that come equipped with air conditioning – for those days when your fun-in-the-sun has reached an all-time high. You’ve got to love the Romans – they didn’t do things by halves.Croatia’s islands are teeming with so many hotspots that will have you soaking up the sun all day and relaxing under the stars every night. Just look at the imposing ruins of Diocletian’s Palace, built as a military garrison and personal retirement home in the 4th century AD.The emperor's own modest quarters now comprise much of the city centre of Split, and a visit here is an absolute must of Croatia travel 2015.On our Croatia island hopping trips, you’ll sail across the Dalmatian Coast of the Adriatic Sea and get acquainted with your new travel squad on a Contiki-only exclusive ship. Take a kayak around fortified city walls or hike to the top of Mount Srd and get a bird’s eye view of bright orange rooftops against an endless horizon.There’s nothing like the smell of saltwater & ocean air in the morning, right? So slather on that sunscreen & grab your favourite suit… This up-and-coming destination is quickly becoming one of Europe’s top must-visit hotspots and in our opinion, there’s no better way to explore than by both land and sea.
Read on for our top 5 pick of museums and galleries in Croatia: Despite having been menaced by various fires, earthquakes and gunpowder explosions throughout its history, the Rector's Palace is somehow still standing.See all trips that visit Dubrovnik Croatia is a land of beautiful islands, and an island hopping tour is the best way of exploring them.Cruise the crystalline blue waters of the Adriatic, stopping to sip cocktails in glitzy Hvar island; wander the ancient streets of Korčula's old town or simply take in the view from one of the many picture perfect deserted beaches. Located on the shores of the Istrian peninsula in northwest Croatia, Rovinj is yet another strong Croatian contender for the title of 'world's most beautiful town'.It's held in over 70 stunning venues throughout the city, with the Rector's Palace Atrium the majestic centerpiece.
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Step back in time as you're surrounded by tombstones, Roman military equipment and ancient Egyptian treasures.