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The Eastern European nation of Croatia is awash with magnificent medieval and Mediterranean wonders – making it a popular location for people in Germany and Central Europe. It has fully emerged from its post-Cold War period of conflict to be a stable, successful country and joined the EU in 2013. Favourable tax rates and property prices mean that this is a country that falls under the spotlight of many investors.
The capital Zagreb is the small-but-perfectly-formed capital city that combines the contemporary with the historic. You’ll find the city’s best quality properties in the upper town - Medvešcak – while the centre also plays home to an array of quality apartments.
Yet the nation really comes into its own in the coastal locations – towns, cities and islands that make the most of the asset of the Adriatic Sea.
Dubrovnik is one such city. Its old town, encircled by stunning 16th century walls, is packed with historic character and featured as a location in popular HBO drama Game of Thrones. The limestone-paved central street of Stradun is the site of Croatia’s most expensive properties.
While Dubrovnik is home to the most expensive properties in Croatia, Split isn’t far behind. This Dalmatian destination has benefitted from investment in the Riva – or sea front – and many of the streets in and around this area boast Croatia’s most sought-after properties.
Split itself also sits at the heart of a whole host of islands, many of which offer the sort of large stone-built seafront properties that turn heads among visiting tourists.
Hvar is an island with star power – with Bernie Ecclestone and Gwyneth Paltrow among the big names to be attracted to its waterfront properties.
The most expensive square-metre asking prices in Croatia are in Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb, whilst the cheapest are found in Vukovar, Sisak and Slavonski Brod.
Real estate prices in Croatia in 2017 rose 2.32% compared to the previous year of 2016.
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