Zagreb and Plitvice
To begin this trip I flew into Ljubljana in Slovenia and then came to Zagreb by train. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and is situated in the north of the country. The Plitvice national park to the south of Zagreb contains a series of sixteen turquoise lakes.
A01. St. Markus Church and the Croatian national theatre.
A02. Plitvice national park.
Split is on the Dalmatian coast to the south of Zagreb. It is home to the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian which now contains many shops and restaurants. Ferries from Split transport passengers to the many islands along the Dalmatian coast.
A03. Bell tower of the church of St. Duje and a statue in Diocletian’s palace.
A04. View of Split harbour and inside Diocletian’s palace.
Korčula is one of the islands just off the Dalmatian coast. It can be reached from Split by ferry. The main settlement is Korčula town which lies on the far east of the island.
A05. Defensive towers, Korčula and a cannon on the battlements.
A06. View to the mainland from Korčula and Korčula town.