Croatia is full of historical sites and many are listed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. The country displays over 2000 years of history. You will find many stories told and displayed in museums but you could easily say that the whole country is an open-air museum. From the Amphiteatre in Pula, to the church of St.Jacob in Šibenik, the sea organs in Zadar, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, and Dubrovnik City Walls, everything build by great architects and open for visitors all year round. Zagreb, the capital of Croatia invites you to discover many of its historical sites like St. Mark’s Square, Lotrščak Tower, Zagreb Cathedral, or why not take a look at the museum of Broken relationships? The Christmas market in Zagreb has become world-famous and decorated with the title "Europe's best“. Croatia boasts of natural beauties and you do not need to be an outdoor extremist to enjoy one of the national parks. There are 8 national parks in Croatia: Brijuni, Risnjak, Plitvice Lakes, Velebit, Paklenica, Krka, Kornati, and Mljet. All of them are great places for visits whether it is for a simple walk or more adventurous activities that is up to you.