The question “do I need a visa to enter Croatia” is asked of me often. Answering this for each individual is tricky as the circumstances and reasons for entering Croatia will determine if you need a visa to travel to Croatia. Here we try to explain.
Two Years Of Living As An Expat in Croatia: 11 Struggles Of My Expat Life It has been a life-changing 24 months since I moved to Croatia. The anniversary date actually came and went without any fanfare. I forgot. I only just realized this week when someone asked me how long I had been living in […]
Living In Croatia: Things You Need To Know Before You Move To Croatia It’s not very hard to fall in love with Croatia – it’s a very beautiful place. Like all countries in the world, there are pros and cons to moving to Croatia. UPDATED POSTS: My expat struggles of moving to Croatia Five years […]
Travel Bloggers show you how they like to travel like a local. From eating to sleeping, all to get the best local experience
I’ve been living in Croatia one year. Since I became an expat, what have I learned…?
Croatian Swear Words: Swear Like a Croatian. Phrases you won’t find in a travel guide. Not the kind of thing you should say to your Mama or Baka.
Learning Croatian is damn hard. There I said it. So what now? Nothing, it must be learned. And so that’s what I have been doing for the past few months. Last time I told you that I was learning the Croatian alphabet & now can I just say, that I am just a wee bit proud […]
Growing olive trees is (mostly) low maintenance . Yet it takes around 5 years to get enough olives on your trees to produce enough olive oil to last you the year. So that is why back in 2010 we decided to plant olives here in Privlaka.
WARNING: Not the for squeamish or vegetarian. Living in rural Croatia means trying your hand at charcuterie. Well, at least Charcuterie in Croatia has always been a dream of Mr. CtD’s
A New Yorker comes back to his ancestral home on a Croatian island to make Croatian olive oil and learns of a history deeper than he could fathom.
This typical Dubrovnik Rožata Recipe, is shared by Matk, the Englishman in Dubrovnik.