Plitvice Lakes in Croatia: the complete guide

    Cliquez ici pour la Version Française Located halfway between Zadar and Zagreb, Croatia’s Plitvice National Park is one of the country’s most emblematic sites. With its 16 fantastic turquoise and emerald lakes, linked by hundreds (92 to be exact!) of waterfalls, streams and torrents, it’s a veritable natural treasure trove. Covering almost 30,000 hectares, it has preserved its authenticity thanks to rules such as the ban on swimming. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, it is the most visited park in Croatia and one of the most beautiful in Europe! The problem is, everyone knows it! The park now attracts over 2 million visitors a year. So…