Croatia Adventure Map


Called “the jewel of the Adriatic Sea," Croatia's medieval cities, turquoise waters, and rugged mountains make this small Mediterranean county big on adventure! National Geographic's Croatia Adventure Map will meet the needs of Croatia's travelers with its durability and detailed, accurate information. The map includes the locations of exotic places to discover including Trogir, Dubrovnik, and Mostar, with a user-friendly index, clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for roads/highways, plus secondary routes for those seeking to explore off the beaten path. Start your adventure in one of Croatia's premier national parks; the waterfalls of Plitvice, the forests of Krka and Mljet, or the mountain caverns of Paklenica. Visit the two most beautiful rivers in Europe, the Zrmanja and Krupa, or kayak your way to one of the Elafiti islands in the Adriatic Sea. Along the way you'll see Diocletian's palace in Split, Biokovo Mountain, and shared borders regions with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzogovina. Adventure Maps differ from a traditional road map because of the specialty content they include. Each map contains hundreds of diverse and unique recreational, ecological, cultural, and historic destinations – outside of the major tourist hubs. National Geographic Adventure Maps are the perfect companion to a guidebook, yet far easier to pack! The Croatia Adventure Map is printed in the United States on a durable synthetic paper, making it waterproof, tear-resistant, and capable of withstanding the rigors of international travel. The map is two-sided and is folded to a packable size of 235 x 108 mm; unfolded size is 965 x 660 mm. Travel Tip! Due to the synthetic sheet that Adventure Maps are printed on, you can easily fold the map to a discreet size, showing just the area you're interested in.

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ISBN:

9781566956437

Format:

Sheet map, folded

Dimensions:

23cm x 10cm

RRP:

$19.99

Category:

Guides

Publisher:

National Geographic

Published:

01 December 2014

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

National Geographic