Golte is a limestone, diverse karst plateau on the eastern outskirts of Kamnik Alps, which is largely covered with forest. It is one of the most beautiful ski centers in Slovenia, but it is also very popular in the summer time. Hotel Golte offers a modern stay with very nice rooms, wellness center, gym, night club and bar, conference hall, two restaurants, ski storage and other. Regional Nature Park Golte offers many possibilities for recreation, such us cycling, Nordic walking, mountaineering, caving and climbing. Alpine Botanic Garden is very interesting for botanic lovers.
Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. Beautiful Croatian city is among the 10 best preserved medieval walled cities in the world. The city joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1979. The beginning of modern tourism is associated with the construction of the Hotel Imperial in 1897. The most popular place is a promenade in Stradun and the most fantastic views of Dubrovnik are from the top of the Srd Hill.
Lipica is one of the main tourist attractions of Slovenia’s Karst region. It is known for the Lipica Stud Farm, the origin of the horse Lipizzaner. Lipica is the oldest European stud farm and it has an outstanding importance for the international reputation of Slovenia. There are available many experiences, such as presentation of classical riding school, carriage-ride, taking the Stud Farm Tour, visiting the Lipizzaner Museum Lipikum, meeting the lipizzaner, romantic weddings and many other. Hotel Maestoso offers a pleasant and comfortable accommodation to Lipizzaner lovers.
Hotel Kimen is located on the beautiful island of Cres, which is one of the northern islands in the Kvarner Gulf. Accommodation is available in the Hotel Kimen, Apartment Mulin, Depandance and Villa Kimen. In the main house every room has a telephone, bathroom, mini bar, SAT TV, air conditioning and balcony. Beauty treatments and massages are offered, and there is also a hairdresser on site. Guests can enjoy the clear and clean sea, resting and lying on the hotel beach. There are also countless possibilities for active vacation such as hiking, biking, diving, golf and tennis playing and organized boat excursions. The near town of Cres offers many different events, caffe bars, restaurants, disco clubs and traditional open parties.
Baška is a small town situated on the south east of the island of Krk. It has a typical Mediterranean appearance, with narrow streets and stone houses. Tourism started to develop at the beginning of the 20th century. Baška has many historical sites, you can visit the parish church of the Holy Trinity, Baška heritage museum and famous Baška tablet, which is a national cultural monument. The place has numerous sand and pebble beaches, the most known is Vela beach. Sports fans can enjoy different kinds of water sport, tennis, mini golf, football, table tenis, free climbing and many other.
Kamenjak is the highest peak in the island of Rab. Summit offers breathtaking views to the town Rab, Lopar peninsula, Velebit, Goli Island, Dolfin and islands of Pag and Krk. Kamenjak (408 m) is located above the village of Mundanije, not far from the town of Rab. The top can be accessed by hiking or by driving on a rather narrow road in which you have to be careful. On the plateau below the top is a local restaurant, which serves refreshments and meals. It also offers amazing views, which are especially beautiful at sunrise and sunset.
Rabac is a popular tourist resort on Kvarner Bay, southeast of Labin, in Istria. By the middle of the 19th century, it was a small fishermen village. Due to the amazing bay and tame surroundings, it soon attracted visitors. The first hotel named Quarnaro was opened in 1889. During sixties this resort got the flattering name of The Pearl of Kvarner Bay. Today, there are three major hotels and a camping site, which are located on the main beach. Many different apartments are available for rent along the Riva.
Pag Town is the centre of the island of Pag. It was founded in the 15th century and is a rarely found well preserved middle age walled-in town. Today is the cultural, administrative and the touristic centre of the island. The plans for its construction were made by the renaissance architect Juraj Dalmatinac. Valuable historical and cultural monuments are the Parish church of St Mary on Kralja Petra Krešimira IV square, the old Tower, Duke’s palace, the old Tower, the remnants of the town walls. Pag abounds in gravel and sandy beaches and many fresh water springs.
Opatija is situated in the Gulf of Kvarner below the mountain and Nature Park Učka. Old names of Opatija are Sankt Jakobi and Abbazia. Opatija is a great choice for a vacation in winter and summer season. Amazing nature, parks, climate, hotels and old Austrian villas, beaches and seaside promenade attracts tourists from Europe and all over the world for more then 160 years. The most beautiful attractions are Villa Angiolina, Maiden with Seagull, Saint James’s Church, Croatian Walk of Fame, Saint James Park, Lungomare, Hotel Kvarner and many other. Opatija is the leading tourist destination in Croatia for the organization of conventions.
The railway arrived in Zagreb in 1862, connecting the city to the cultural and economic centres of Budapest and Vienna. The Main Railway Station building in Zagreb was designed by Hungarian architect Ferenc Pfaff. Incorporating a mixture of Neo-classical and Renaissance elements, it is a fine addition to the parade of building that lies along the route of Lenuci’s Horseshoe. Travellers coming out of the railway station are confronted with one of the most amazing views of Zagreb, which takes in the Art Pavilion, the statue of King Tomislav and the cathedral’s spires.