Roman Amphitheater, Pula. A perfectly preserved monument built in the 1st century B.C., completed by the Emperor Vespasian, where gladiator games took place.
Diocletian Palace, Split. The monumental palace of the Roman emperor, built in the 4th century, evolved into a medieval town.
St. Donat Church, Zadar. One of the largest 9th-century churches. Site of the Dalmatian Musical Evenings.
Brijuni National Park is an archipelago of two large and 12 smaller islands near Pula, containing extraordinary examples of the country’s Roman and Byzantine heritage.
Krka National Park. See the Franciscan monastery on Visovac and the town of Skradin.
Kornati National Park is for those who want an island to themselves. The isles are a paradise for nautical tourists.
Paklenica sits on a slope of the largest mountain in Croatia, the Velebut. Also here is Anika Kuk, a favorite with mountaineers.