Croatia is known for its expansive beauty, scenic beaches, warm hospitality, and delicious traditional food (not to mention the beer, wine, and rakija!) but traveling to Croatia isn’t always full of good times. Here are 7 mistakes to avoid while In Croatia.
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The trouble in Dubrovnik is not finding a place to eat; it’s deciding on where. Here is a local’s guide to the best restaurants In Dubrovnik, and where to get the best drinks.
Travel Croatia like a pro: check out these absolute-must-do things to do in Croatia now. What else would you suggest?
Unique Things To Do In Croatia If you’re looking and searching for unique things to do in Croatia for your upcoming vacation – this is the post for you! I bet all you see advertised are the usual suspects, such as walking the UNESCO certified walls of Dubrovnik, lists and lists of Croatia’s best beaches and islands to […]
The beautiful Zadar region isn’t just for beaches and relaxation. After living here for five years, I have scooped out some of the best places in the Zadar Region where you can have plenty of fun and enjoy the local culture, including the yummiest Zadar food festivals.
Break Time Croatia nautical bracelets are the ultimate souvenir for sea lovers, and the most wearable souvenir you can buy in Croatia.
Winter In Dubrovnik? Yes Indeed. Here Is Why & What To Do While huge hordes of day-trippers, cruisers and beach-goers flock to Dubrovnik in the summer season, smart travelers will consider winter in Dubrovnik as arguably the best time to visit this gorgeous UNESCO World Heritage-listed city. Any time of year is, of course, good […]
After topping their group in the 2018 Russian World Cup just a few hours ago, Croatia is abuzz tonight. Flares. Flags. Fanfare and Fanatics. Now, here are the most striking football pitches In Croatia.
Zadar is an ancient Roman and Venetian city with museums, ruins and centuries-old architecture and beaches. Here is a list of my top best beaches in Zadar that we;ve enjoyed for the last 5 years.
Located partway between Zadar and Split, you will find the beautiful town of Sibenik. If you are headed there, you’ll need to know where to stay in Sibenik with this 2018 Croatia accommodation guide.
Just outside of Split lies Klis Fortress, perched atop a cliff near a village with the same name. It is one of many fortresses and strongholds that dot the rugged mountains along the Dalmatian coast.
The car race of the future. Here is all you need to know about the Nikola Tesla Electric Vehicle Rally in Croatia, which has taken place for five years in a row now.
If you have a soft spot for fantastic food and wine and want to learn how to make the most succulent, tasty meat using a Croatian Peka, you are in the right place with this food and wine tour in Zadar, complete with a cooking class.
Want to know what are the best music festivals in Croatia? Here, let us help you decide.
There are several family-friendly islands in Zadar, a short ferry ride and a world away from the bustling Old Town. These places are home to great beaches, bare hills, tiny towns and gloriously clear waters.
Blessed with about 1,800 kilometers of mainland coastline and more than a thousand islands and islets, Croatia is arguably the best destination in Europe for boating and water sports, a true beach lover’s paradise. For island hopping in Croatia, check out this overview of Croatia ferries.
Are you hungry? Good, we’re spilling the beans on where to eat and drink in Split, Croatia.
Croatia accommodation 2018: here are our top picks for where to stay in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Međimurje County is the smallest County in Croatia, and here are just a few things to do in Međimurje this year.
Zadar Travel Blog: Top 5 Things To Do In Nin Nin is the place where the Croatian state was born and seven kings were crowned. This small town lies only 15 kilometers from Zadar, making it a short drive or bus ride and perfect for a great day trip. The town of Nin was founded by the […]