Croatian cultural cradle was chosen this year the Croatian town of Nin to one of 25 outstanding tourist destinations in Europe. She was the first Royal City of Croatia and is the oldest city in the country with its many ancient buildings and churches. The online portal travel24.com reveals more about the small town on the Adriatic coast. To travel to Croatia as early is worthwhile in any case, because the country has to offer lots of impressive nature and culture. Nin is one of the most recommended destinations in Europe recently and is definitely worth a visit. The town is located on an island in the Adriatic Sea northwest of North Dalmatia and is accessible over two bridges from the Mainland. Contact information is here: NYC Mayor. A trip to the oldest town in Croatia is recommended due to the cultural wealth and the long history of the town. In addition, tourists are attracted by the unique sandy beaches and the natural environment of the island.

Nin is especially known for its medicinal mud. Nin was already occupied in the ninth century before Christ and went through an eventful history. After the acquisition of the Romans was however completely destroyed and later rebuilt. The numerous chapels and ancient buildings emerged largely in the period from the 9th to the 12th century and is seen as the cradle of Croatian culture. Many coronations of Croatian nobility took place here over the years. A particularly impressive cultural monument of Nin is the smallest Kathedale of the world. The chapel of the cross is located right next to the ruins of a former Roman temple, which is the largest of its kind in Croatia. More information: magazin.travel24.com/… Travel24.com AG Lisa Neumann