Port of Dubrovnik from the old city walls

10 Day Trips from Dubrovnik

Probably the most popular Croatian town among tourists. Despite the small number of inhabitants, counting a bit under 50 000 of them, Dubrovnik joined the World Heritage Sites in 1979. Although we think the city itself is enough to fall in love with Croatia, if you plan to explore the region around Dubrovnik, here are […]

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Split Riva palm waterfront view, Dalmatia, Croatia

24 hours in Split

There is so much to say about Split – the city which was once under the rule of the emperor Diocletian, today is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and the main international gathering of party animals thanks to the Ultra Europe Music Festival. And let’s not forget the TV show the […]

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10 Day Trips from Zadar

As Croatia’s fifth largest city with the population of almost 80,000 inhabitants, Zadar is one of the most visited tourist destinations in that part of Europe. If you have decided to visit this historically rich city, here are the 10 daily trips from Zadar we strongly recommend you to take! 1) National Park Plitvice Croatia’s […]

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Zagreb - Croatian National Theate

24 Hours in Zagreb

It’s always a good time to visit the capital of Croatia, especially during Advent when the city is overrun by Christmas lights, decorations and traditional food stands. 24 hours are not merely enough to see all of it’s beauty, but we will try and give you a short city guide with the list of things […]

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Buses Zadar

Zadar is the fifth biggest town in Croatia, it is the administrative, cultural and political centre of North Dalmatia. This town has a long history which was influenced by the Roman, Venetian, Austrian and Byzantine culture. Many monuments have been saved from these periods. The town is also known for conteporary and unique monuments like […]

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