Drone stock collection of Croatia
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We showcase in this gallery the most beautiful drone & helicopter footage, photographs and timelapses or hyperlapses shot over some landmarks of Croatia, in this beautiful Eastern European country located on the Adriatic coast, which with its thousands of islands is best known for Dubrovnik, its fabulous fortified coastal town, Hvar, Rovinj and of course its capital Zagreb which stands out its medieval high-town.
Croatia is a country in Central and Southern Europe with a population of just over 4 million people. A former member of the Yugoslav federation, this parliamentary republic has a territory of 56,594 square kilometres.
The capital of the Republic of Croatia is the city of Zagreb. This member of the European Union is bordered to the west by the Adriatic Sea. It has common borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
Its particularly indented coast has 697 islands, 47 of which are inhabited, as well as numerous islets and reefs. It enjoys a Mediterranean climate, while the interior is subject to a continental climate.
A country in the shape of a horseshoe
The mainland Croatian territory has a horseshoe shape due to its 932 kilometer border with Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The country has a diversified relief. Its coastline is cut into the rock along its entire length. The regions of Lika and Gorki Kotar are mountainous and belong to the Dinaric Alps, while the northern part consists of plains, hills and lakes, the best known of which are the Plitvice and Omladinsko jezero lakes.
The main rivers of the country are the Save and Drava rivers, two tributaries of the Danube, the Kupa river, which flows into the Save, and the Danube, whose bed crosses Croatia for 188 kilometers.
The main Croatian cities are Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Osijek and Zadar.
What are the main tourist destinations in Croatia?
A seaside and nature destination, Croatia is a country that offers many beautiful discoveries to travelers. From the architectural treasures of Dubrovnik to the natural splendors of its lakes and national parks, through its many islands, the visit of Croatia can be done by land, but also by sea. Here are some destinations not to be missed at any price.
The old city of Dubrovnik is a must-see Croatian destination. The "Pearl of the Adriatic" leaves its visitors under the spell of its unique historical and architectural heritage. Don't miss to stroll through its narrow streets, walk along the ramparts, explore the halls of the Rectors' Palace and visit the Franciscan and Dominican convents.
Split is a city with a history well in its time, and is the contemporary tourist destination par excellence. Its rich architectural and cultural heritage rubs shoulders with beaches, bars and restaurants. It is also a privileged starting point to discover the beautiful islands of Brač or Hvar.
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