View from the Top

Shooting from a bird’s eye view captures photography in an entirely new way.

Whether from the roof of a centuries-old cathedral or the observation deck of a skyscraper, these views offer breathtaking new perspective on historical places. We have compiled a list of the most beautiful cities in Croatia.

ZAGREB

The city of Zagreb, capital of Croatia, with a population of nearly one million, contains almost a quarter of the entire population of Croatia. Ilica street is the most famous street in the city and at almost six kilometers in length is one of the longest.  Zagreb has everything you could want in a capital city.  Lush green parks throughout the city centre, museums,  galleries, blossoming food scene and a surprisingly buzzing nightlife.The best way to soak in the atmosphere of the city is undoubtedly on foot where you’ll stumble upon incredible monuments.

Photo by Goran Jović

DUBROVNIK

The gem of the Adriatic sea. The people of Dubrovnik have the luxury of being able to wake up and gaze upon a beautiful view. Breathtaking scenery, the sand-coloured limestone of the walls and the red-tiled roofs….a truly unique place in the world that is absolutely stunning with amazing views in every direction.

Photo by Goran Jović

 

ZADAR

Look at this beauty, just look at it! The magnificent sights, stunning crystal clear water of Adriatic sea, rich cultural heritage and hospitable people are the treasures making Zadar one of the most attractive destinations! How does all of that sound?

Photo by Suzana Arslani

SPLIT

Did you know the story of Split is 17 centuries old? 1700 years ago Roman emperor Diocletian decided to build his summer palace at, what he thought was, the most beautiful place on the Earth! A living museum, Diocletian’s Palace is the centerpiece of Split and a must visit.

Photo by Svjetlana Matić

ŠIBENIK

Welcome to the ancient city of Šibenik on Croatia’s rugged Dalmatian coastline!
This beautiful city is known for its ancient fortifications, inland hiking and waterfalls, cool music festivals, fine dining, a UNESCO-protected St.James’ Cathedral  and fortresses used in Game of Thrones.

Photo by Suzana Arslani

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