Croatia is a country with four contrasting regions – Central Croatia, Dalmatia in the south, Slavonia in the east, and Istria in the north. Central Croatia boasts the capital, Zagreb, and lies between between the Dinaric Alps and the Pannonian Basin. This region boasts river valleys and mountains, and is especially known as the home to Plitvice Lakes National Park. Dalmatia is the Queen of UNESCO heritage, featuring the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ – Dubrovnik – and the coastal charms of Split, Šibenik, and Zadar. Boasting islands, antiquity, and the magnetizing Mediterranean lifestyle, Dalmatia is the most popular region in the country. Slavonia stretches east, and is located in the Pannonian Basin, which is largely bordered by the Danube, Drava and Sava rivers. A region of valleys, mountains, and plains, Slavonia contains 45% of Croatia’s agricultural land. And finally, Istria, the jewel of the north, is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. Croatia, Slovenia, and Italy make up the region, which includes mountain ridges and ranges, rivers and valleys, and is a coastal paradise for travelers. With something for everyone, which Croatian region will you choose?
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