Tips for Visiting Plitvice Lakes in Croatia

Tips for Visiting Plitvice Lakes in Croatia (The Blonde Abroad)

Tips for visiting Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia (Europe travel bucket list) (the waterfall bucket lists)

If I were to describe Plitvice Lakes in one word, it would be: intoxicating. This spectacular National Park doesn’t just have one or two waterfalls… it has SO many that you can’t even keep track. You walk around admiring the park for hours; the spectacular emerald-green and sapphire blue colors that make one waterfall prettier than the other. It feels like a never-ending parade of beautiful moments and awe-inspiring sights. Here's the ultimate guide to visiting Plitvice lakes in Croatia.

The ultimate guide to Plitvice Lakes

The ultimate guide to visiting Plitvice, Croatia - spend 2 days in Plitvice itinerary, including prices and other tips.

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8 things you should know about Plitvice lakes, Croatia

Hiking through Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia!

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CROATIA - One week of road tripping and one week sailing the Dalmatian Coast. On the road trip drive from Zagreb – Plitvice – Sibenik – Krka – Split – Dubrovnik. Must visit Plitvice Lakes National Park!!

CROATIA - One week of road tripping and one week sailing the Dalmatian Coast. On the road trip drive from Zagreb – Plitvice – Sibenik – Krka – Split – Dubrovnik. Must visit Plitvice Lakes National Park!

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Krka vs. Plitvice: which famous national park in Croatia is the right one for you to travel to? Click here for the pros and cons of both Krka National Park and Plitvice Lakes National Park!

Krka vs. Plitvice: Which One Should You Visit

Krka National Park is one of Croatia’s best known attractions, and its naturally colorful pools provide a spectacular backdrop to relax with friends and to swim in the pristine waters. I had seen photos of Plitvice Lakes and Krka National Park on Pinterest and they were some of the most serene natural wonders I had ever seen. I thought to myself, “there’s no way this place is real." Here’s my experience visiting Krka National Park in Croatia!

Visiting Krka National Park in Croatia

Krka National Park is one of Croatia’s best known attractions, and its naturally colorful pools provide a spectacular backdrop to relax with friends and to swim in the pristine waters. Here’s my experience visiting Krka National Park in Croatia!

I recently spent five hours hiking through the extraordinarily beautiful Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia. Here are my tips for visiting, along with tons of photos!

With a golden cast to the leaves and fewer people clogging the trails, autumn is the perfect time to visit Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia.

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia ♦ The Plitvice Lakes are located in Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia. There, emerald forests surround azure waters fed by mountain rivers and streams that cascade over unique mineral deposits that cause the landscape to constantly move and shift.

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia Emerald forests surround azure waters fed by mountain rivers and streams that cascade over unique mineral deposits that cause the landscape to constantly move and shift.

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