Zadar is the center of Zadar County and the wider Northern Dalmatian region.Called “Little Croatian Rome” is surrounded with 5 National Parks: Paklenica, Kornati, Plitvice Lakes, Krka waterfalls and North Velebit. Zadar is a town of rich cultural heritage; already in 1396 it had its university founded by the Dominicans in St. Dominic convent.Its a very vibrant and opened place to visit and settle down.With good infrastructure and access to the mainland.
It is located in Northern Dalmatia subregion of Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea.
Well Known by St. James Cathedral, which is registered in the UNESCO’s registry of world monument heritage and Children’s festival with participants from all over the World.There are two National Parks in Šibenik-Knin County. National Park Krka along river Krka Canyon with lakes and waterfalls and National Park Kornati islandarchipelago ideal for sailing and diving.Its well known for its Renaissance architecture and fortress.With major Highway-Dalmatina its well connected with the rest of the country.
Split is the largest Dalmatian city and the second largest urban centre in Croatia.It is economic, administrative,educational, sport and tourist center of Split Dalmatia County.In late ancient period during the Roman administration Diocletian Palace was built. Roman emperor Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletianusdecided to start the construction, around 298. year after The Christ. Some traditional events occur during the summer such as Split summer festival – international theatrefestival, prominent Marulic days – festival of Croatian drama and author theater, International flower fair,festival of dalmatian songs – Omis.
Regional City Centres on The Croatian Adriatic Coast
Dubrovnik is a center of the southernmost Croatian and Dalmatian County.It is a popular tourist destinationson the Adriatic Coast and a great meeting place for celebrities.The city of Dubrovnik is on the UNESCO listof World Heritage Sites among 1436 protected historical buildings.Dubrovnik is known for its city walls. Within the city walls a beautiful city developed with many churches, palaces and cultural monuments as well as the Stradun, a well known walkway.Historical villas and promenades are what make the Dubrovnik Riviera one of the most attractive destinations in Croatia.