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In the last 10 years Croatia has rebuilt its infrastructure on very healthy foundations and nurtured an image to suit the slogan of the destination "Croatia - the Mediterranean as it once was": quality before quantity, an ecologically clean environment, preservation of the balance between the local slow rhythm of life with the number of tourists, non-commercialisation and not too many built up coastlines and islands, lovely old cities and localities, history, culture, all blended together in perfect harmony.

It is precisely this unique combination of culture, history, gastronomy, accessibility and affordable prices which has caused the rise of Croatia to the top of the list of most desirable tourist countries. Namely, Lonely Planet, the renowned tourist guide, proclaimed Croatia as the most desirable destination in the world for 2005 and one of the surveyed journalists explained his choice of Croatia in these words: "Croatia attracts a wide spectrum of tourists with its rich diversity of attractions, but at the same time is not too crowded with tourists. It has developed an excellent tourist infrastructure which suits both adventurers and those guests looking for a specific level of comfort. This is definitely Croatia's year".

Croatia's real treasure lies in the diversity offered by the country itself and it is most obvious insofar as we look through the tourist region and its rich offer. It is precisely for this reason we are representing each region separately, in its richness and diversity - Zagreb and central Croatia, Slavonia, Istra, Kvarner and Dalmatia. Welcome.

Source of all articles from section "Croatia" is Croatia National Tourist board - press material

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