Vis is a town on the legendary island in southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. It has a complex, multicultural past, having been ruled by the Romans, Greeks, Austrians, Venetians, and Italians. In the 20s, it was a part of Yugoslavia, and in the 40s, it was transformed into a military base and one of Tito’s personal retreats.

Zadar is a historic coastal city located in Croatia, along the Adriatic Sea. It is the largest city in the northern Dalmatia region and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Europe, with a history dating back over 3,000 years. Zadar is known for its rich cultural heritage, beautiful architecture, and stunning seafront promenade.

Zagreb, Croatia’s capital and largest city, is known for its 18th- and 19th-century Austro-Hungarian architecture. It is Croatia’s economic and cultural hub with a typical Central European flair. Nestled in the center of Upper Town is the Gothic, 13th-century twin-spired and colorfully tiled Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church.