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Top 20 Towns in Croatia to Live and Work

SplitThe Dalmatian city of Split is the best place in Croatia to live and work, that is according to Forbes magazine’s annual list of the Top 20 Croatian Towns to Live and Work in…

Eleven towns on Croatia’s stunning Adriatic coast made the top 20 this year, which analysed 127 towns in the country. In second place was the capital Zagreb, followed by Rovinj, Poreč and Rijeka. Croatia’s most recognisable city internationally – Dubrovnik – was ranked in 6th spot.

TOP 20 TOWNS IN CROATIA TO LIVE AND WORK
1. Split
2. Zagreb
3. Rovinj
4. Poreč
5. Rijeka
6. Dubrovnik
7. Čakovec
8. Solin
9. Karlovac
10. Pula
11. V. Gorica
12. Šibenik
13. Sv. Nedjelja
14. Varaždin
15. Kastav
16. Zadar
17. Bakar
18. Buzet
19. Novigrad
20. Samobor

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