Zagreb City Guide

The capital of Croatia, which was listed as Lonely Planet’s No.1 european destination to visit in 2017,  is becoming more and more popular with visitors every year. And while many people head to the coast of Croatia to visit Split or Dubrovnik, Zagreb (which is in the northwest of the country) too has much to […]

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National park Krka

Roški Slap

The Roški Slap waterfalls is one of the most beautiful spots inside the national park, despite that majority of visitors to the Krka national park is not even aware of its existence and what it has to offer. Roški Slap is an official entrance to the National park Krka (open whole year), it is located […]

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Fortica Omis

If you are on holiday near Omis in Dalmatia and are a fan of historical fortresses, stunning views and a bit of hiking, you should plan a visit to Fortress Starigrad (Fortica), a 14/15th-century fortress situated on a hilltop 260 meter above Omis. What’s the history about the fortress? Fortica is from the time when […]

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Split from Marjan hill

Split City Guide

Croatia is becoming more and more popular tourist destination and the city which tourists always want to come back to is, without any doubt, Split. A vacation in this city is definitely something you need to do. Rich history, cheerful people, great nightlife and what’s best, Split is an excellent gateway to many other nearby […]

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National park Krka

Krka Waterfalls in Autumn

The National park Krka with its waterfalls has become increasingly popular in the last year; like Plitvice national park, Krka is also a great place to visit in autumn, where you will find beautiful colors and rapidly flowing waterfalls. The National park Krka has 5 entrances, the main entrances are Lozovac and Skradin while other, […]

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Zadar sunset

Zadar Guide

While everyone is trying to book a flight to Split or Dubrovnik, Zadar offers an opportunity to explore the lesser known (and therefore less crowded) part of the Dalmatian coast. That being said, despite being only the fifth biggest town in Croatia, Zadar has much to offer in terms of both of historical attractions and […]

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