|24 km / 15 miles
|EUR 28 / 25-30 min
|HRK 30 / 30 min
You Can Consult The EU Air Safety List. Look Also at the rating of the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Other important festivals are: Motovun film festival, Festival of Dalmatian close-harmony singing groups ("klapa") at Omis, Rijeka carnival and International Children's Festival at Sibenik.
Numerous others are submitted on the tentative list of UNESCO: Velebit Mountain, Lubenice, Primosten vineyards, Kornati national park and Lonjsko polje nature park.
Otherwise, Croatia has eight national parks and ten parks of nature. One of the most famous national parks in Croatia is also Brijuni national park situated on the numerous small Brijuni islands along the south-west coast of the Istrian peninsula including an 18-holes golf course.
In the northern part, there are most famous beaches (to name at least a few of them) at the town of Rovinj (Istria) and on some of the Kvarner gulf islands like Baska on the island of Krk (Vela plaza beach and Stara Baska beach), a beach named Sunny cove on the island of Losinj and Paradise beach on the island of Rab. Along the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic sea there are further beaches at the coastline rivieras like Biograd, Primosten, Makarska and Dubrovnik. On the islands further most attractive beaches are named Zrce on the island of Pag, beaches on the island of Hvar (Milna and Dubovica beaches) and Golden horn beach at the Bol on the island of Brac.
|Top Highlights in the Main Cities
|The Mimara museum of art
|Archeological museum - The most famous are the Egyptian collection, the Zagreb mummy and bandages with the oldest Etruscan inscription in the world.
|The complex of Zagreb Cathedral and Archbishop's palace
|Croatian natural history museum - the world's most extensive collection of Neanderthal remains found at one site
|The Croatian museum of naive art - considered to be the first museum of naïve art in the world.
|Top Highlights of the Country
|Dubrovnik - old city with the ramparts and summer festival
|Diocletian palace - Dalmatian retreat of Roman Emperor around which the city of Split was built.
|Zagreb - a vibrant Central European city featuring neat architecture, talkative cafe society and cultural events and lot of green areas.
|Plitvice lakes national park - Sixteen gorgeous lakes connected by shiny, purring waterfalls, featuring pure turquoise beauty.
|Pula Roman amphitheater - the sixth largest surviving Roman arena and the best preserved ancient monument in Croatia.
|Kornati islands - a group of about 130 non-populated islands, islets and reefs sprinkled in the deep blue sea of the Adriatic. The unique feature of the islands lies in their rugged shores with many caves and coves.
|Brijuni national park - a small group of islands where a former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito had its residence.
|Other top Croatian attractions (a list and description)
|Emergency services - A single country number for all emergency situations
|987 or +385 1 987 if you are calling from a mobile phone (You may also try (+385 1) 66 11 999)
|National headquarters for coordination of search and rescue at sea
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