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Recently, Croatia topped the list of most searched-for travel destinations in the world. This should come as no surprise. Croatia blends many of the charms of other, more expensive destinations. Its Mediterranean coastline and islands may remind some of the Costa Brava or Cote d'Azure, while its forested interior and crystalline lakes brings to mind the Black Forest.Meanwhile, the Istrian Peninsula has an Italianate feel, its hilly landscape dotted with tiny rustic villages and swathed in vineyards, its food ridiculously good. At the southeastern end of its coastline sits trendy Dubrovnik, the new must-visit location for the rich and famous with a Unesco-listed walled city that serves to bring the world of Game of Thrones to life.For affordable comfort steps from Dubrovnik's Old Town, stay at the MirO, offering full studio apartments. For the absolute luxury with the price tag to prove it, go with the Villa Orsula, a romantic retreat with stunning views of the sea. Dubrovnik is the most expensive city in Croatia, but it still includes a few budget accommodation options, such as the Youth Hostel Dubrovnik and the Old Town Hostel. There is no bad time to go to Croatia, though summers are crowded while winters can be rainy, so the shoulder months are your best bet.