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sights you can visit along the way

Krka National Park, located in southern Croatia, is made up of lakes, scenic waterfalls, and abundant flora and fauna. It’s also the only national park in Croatia where swimming is allowed. 
Unlike cities like Trogir and Hvar, which were founded by outside conquerors, the UNESCO-listed town of Sibenik is the oldest Croatian-founded settlement. 
Primosten is a small town in North Dalmatia. This resort town is one of the most photogenic spots on the Adriatic Coast. 
Trogir is an island on the Adriatic Coast and one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historic town is one of the oldest on the Croatian side of the Adriatic. 
Although it’s television debut has made this fortress well known, it is still a gem with plenty of space to wander the roads and rooms of the Klis Fortress. 
The ancient city of Salona was once the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. The beautiful historic ruins are vastly undisturbed, allowing visitors to revel in peace. 
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This trip takes 1 hour and 49 minutes and costs €219 in total for 2 passengers.