Inland Cities & Towns

The cities of continental Croatia have developed from historical cores and each bear a unique stamp of the historical currents of Central and Southeastern Europe. The capital Zagreb is the cultural, economic and political center of Croatia, as well as the central place of the country's audiovisual industry. Varaždin is known as the Croatian capital of the Baroque, Sisak testifies to the centuries of defense against Turkish invasions and bears the industrial character of the socialist period. In the fertile plains of Slavonia and Baranja, each on its own river, you can find Slavonski Brod, Osijek and Vukovar

Central Croatia

Meštrović Pavilion, Zagreb

Central Croatia

Jelačić Square, Zagreb

Central Croatia

Aerial view of the new part of Zageb, Novi Zagreb

Central Croatia

Promenade in Maksimir Park, Zagreb

Dalmatia

Krka river and Knin Fortress

Central Croatia

Mirogoj, Zagreb, McMafia set

Central Croatia

Old Town Varaždin

Istria

Castle, Hum, Croatian Tourist Board

Istria

Old street in Grožnjan, Istria Film Commission

Central Croatia

Cityscape, Karlovac

Central Croatia

Frankopan castle, Ogulin

Central Croatia

City centre, Zagreb

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