PLITVICE NATIONAL PARK, CROATIA
Unusual guides to the most beautiful natural parks in the world
An episode from the series TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF NATURE
A paradise of waterfalls and lakes of emerald waters, the national park of Plitvice in Croatia has been popular amongst nature lovers for centuries.
Aware of the need to preserve such a unique place, the country turned it into a national park in 1949. Extending over nearly 300 km2, it features a rich and diverse flora and fauna such as deer, brown bears, wolves and birds of prey.
One of the last wild Eden.