Eastern Europe is home to an abundance of breathtaking & interesting National Parks! Get ready to be blown away by their sheer beauty…

Croatia and Bosnia are both well known for their stunning coastlines, but did you know that they also play host to some breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage National Parks on dry land? Here’s 4 stunning National Parks and waterfalls that you’ll definitely want to check out next time you’re in the Med!

1. Mljet National Park, Croatia

Mljet National Park, Croatia

Mljet National Park is an unspoiled oasis of tranquility, where lush vegetation, pine forests and stunning saltwater lakes stretch for about 4 kilometers. Did we mention it’s stunning? Sail Croatia visits Mljet National Park on their Navigator Cruises.

2. Plitvice National Park, Croatia

Plitvice National Park, Croatia

Plitvice Lakes National Park, which was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979, not only holds the title as Croatia’s most popular tourist attraction but also the title for the oldest national park in Southeast Europe as well as the biggest national park in Croatia!

3. Krka National Park, Croatia

Krka National Park, Croatia

Named after the Krka River, the Krka Nationa Park covers an area of just over 142 square km with the main attraction being it’s magnificent waterfalls – particularly the famous Skradinski Buk. Visit Krka National Park on Sail Croatia’s Navigator Split Return North Cruise!

4. Kravice Waterfalls, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Kravice Waterfalls, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Kravice is a popular swimming and picnic area on the Trebižat River and undoubtedly one of the most spectacular hidden treasures in Bosnia & Herzegovina.

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