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Although the image of Croatia as a tourist destination is linked to beaches and islands, the most visited attraction in the country does not have to do with the sea but with the lakes. The Plitvice National Park is simply gorgeous, with its 16 lakes turning into waterfalls and rapids surrounded by forests rich in vegetation and wild animals. The waterfalls are what most remain imprinted in the memories of visitors, so much so that for many this place is known as "the Plitvice waterfalls". The vivid green of the vegetation and the emerald water of the lakes, which are sometimes tinged with blue or gray, are the dominant shades of this extraordinary natural setting. You can explore it on foot along a system of 18 km long wooden walkways that follows the profile of lakes and streams allowing you to walk right above, below and through the mass of water, sometimes wild and noisy, sometimes calm. Immerse yourself completely in this natural ecstasy, let yourself be amazed by the thousand shades of the water of the lakes, the strength of the waterfalls and the fun zigzagging of the wooden walkways. Plitvice lakes are an attraction suitable both for families with children and the elderly, who will choose the simplest and most scenic paths, as well as for sports and active holiday enthusiasts, for whom more demanding trekking routes and bike itineraries are available.