Why visit Croatia?

Croatia Map

Croatia a country located in the Balkans region of Europe next to the neighboring countries of Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro. A country full of rich historical heritage and natural beauty. Croatia’s economy is mainly the service, industrial and agriculture sector. Tourism is a significant source of income for Croatia and it is ranked among the top 20 most popular tourist destinations in the world.

It seems to have something for everyone – mountains and fortresses, architecture, ruins of ancient palaces, the sea, the cuisine, the wines… You name it, it has it… It’s a wonder why the Balkans region is a jewel in Europe that is less visited. It is now coming into its own as the “New” Europe… A place that has towering mountains brushing shoulders with the sea and lovely beaches… Great wines, fabulous cuisine, rich history and culture… Man-made wonders like the Sea organ that gets the sea waves to make natural music… Natural wonders like the huge Postojna Cave which has its own railway track and post office… And the Plitvice National Park with its jaw-dropping beauty… And to add to the beauty, many, many, Game of Thrones shooting locations across the country, the chief among them being Dubrovnik which featured as Kings Landing in the TV series..


The Beyonder immersive experience in the Balkans typically covers Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Montenegro. We also do a shorter one that covers just Slovenia and Croatia.

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Croatia Experiences

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Best places to visit in Croatia

Zagreb – the capital and largest city of Croatia.

Dubrovnik– A historic coastal city and also a home to UNESCO World Heritage site

Split – An ancient port city which contains many of Roman ruins.


Kaštela – Kaštela is widely known as 7 pearls of the Adriatic.

Pula – Pula is the biggest town in Istria with the famous for the Roman Amphitheatre.

Osijek – Osijek is capital of Slavonia and an important city

Slavonski Brod – This place is famous for Brod fortress built during the 18th

Rijeka – Croatia’s largest and main port is located in Rijeka.

Varaždin – Known to be Croatia’s former Baroque capital.

Zadar – It is the oldest continuously inhabited Croatian city.


Top 15 Things to do in Croatia

  • The cuisine including the monkfish and truffles, cream-cake, soups, etc.
  • The wines, especially the Maraska
  • The beer across the region with distinct place-specific wines
  • The sea organ in Zadar
  • The Palace of Diocletian in Split
  • The Old Walls in Dubrovnik
  • The many Game of Thrones shooting locations in case you are a fan
  • Walking around in Zagreb soaking in the vibe
  • Exploring small towns like Varazdin and Sibenik
  • The Plitvice National Park
  • The Pliva lakes and waterfalls in Bosnia
  • The history and war-effects in Sarajevo
  • Perast and Kotor in Montenegro
  • Mostar and the natural beauty of the region
  • Medugorje and the religious legends surrounding the town

Things to note

The best time to visit Croatia is during the months of May, June, September and October
We have created these experience capsules after travelling and experiencing this country ourselves. We can, of course, customize these to your requirement or interest areas – a holiday tailored exactly to your needs

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What our Travellers Say

SangeethaBeyonder Traveller - Croatia

Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Montenegro were honestly not on my to-do list of countries to vacation in till Beyonder put this idea into my head! As stupid as it seems, four countries in one shot is what attracted me to this tour!


However, after having finished this trail in April 2019, I have to say that put this on your to-do list, the bounty of nature in Plitvice, the majestic waterfalls, the bullet ridden city of Sarajevo where the echoes of the war still linger on,  the experience of walking through a small war tunnel or bomb shelter – it was a trip worth taking! If I had to rate one thing that was better that the local Rakija drink then it would be the excellent Beyonder tour guides who were such wonderful story tellers and travel companions that it was an action packed 15 days, where unknown nooks and corners of the places were explored! A truly memorable 15 days sojourn that’s not too damaging to the pocket – once again thanks to Beyonder!


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