Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Croatia

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Croatia
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Croatia

This Eastern European country is well known for its long coastlines and tiny islands. But what you might not know is there are also amazing and weird things to see and do all over this country…


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Croatia


VIS Island, VIS
VIS Island, VIS

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This weird and wonderful island is full of abandoned military strongholds and secret tunnels. Oh…and a gift shop!

Dubrovnik Cathedral Treasury, Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik Cathedral Treasury, Dubrovnik

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The amazing Dubrovnik Cathedral is home to more than 200 ornate gold and silver reliquaries and they are all polished to perfection each and every day.

Walls of Ston, Ston
Walls of Ston, Ston

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Said to be one of the longest fortress systems in the world it is five kilometres long and was built to keep just about everyone out it seems.

Trakošćan Castle, Krapina
Trakošćan Castle, Krapina

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Sadly this fairytale castle is not quite as majestic as it once was but still looks good…at a distance.

Jablanac Shipwreck, Jablanac
Jablanac Shipwreck, Jablanac

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This impressive shipwreck of a German WWII ship is only just under the water making it perfect for amateur divers.

Podgaric Monument, Podgarić
Podgaric Monument, Podgarić

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This stunning monument looks more sci-fi than a memorial to the 1941 uprising in Croatia.

Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb
Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb

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Full of heartbreak stories and unusual things this is a museum more memories that a 5 year Facebook page.

Sea Organ, Zadar
Sea Organ, Zadar

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This amazing musical system is best heard than seen and was the work of architect Nikola Bašić. Consisting of 35 tubes and a lot of waves and wind.

Plitvice Lakes, Plitvička Jezera
Plitvice Lakes, Plitvička Jezera

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A level by level chain of no less than 16 lakes makes one amazing view from the top looking down the lake chain.

Blue Cave of Bisevo, Komiža
Blue Cave of Bisevo, Komiža

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Best seen in the midday sun, this cave is not the easiest to get to, but well worth the effort.