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All about Croatia

08/29/2016 in Croatia

Unique in so many ways, Croatia has roots extending from ancient times and a great cultural wealth telling of its turbulent history extending from the Roman era, through the Renaissance, the Baroque period and the Ottoman conquests right up to the present day which are exceptionally appealing to all who visit the country. If we then add to this rich...

What to Eat in Croatia

08/07/2016 in Croatia

A foodies dream! What to eat in Croatia

Croatian cuisine is quite diverse so it is hard to say what meal is most typically Croatian. In the eastern continental regions (Slavonija and Baranja) spicy sausage such as kulenor kulenova seka is a must-try. Čobanac (“shepherd’s stew”) is a mixture of several different kinds of meat with a lot of red spicy...

Exciting Things to do in Croatia

08/07/2016 in Croatia


Sailing is a good way to see the coastal islands and networks of small archipelagos. Most charters leave from Split or the surrounding area on the North or the South circuit, each offering its own pros and cons. A good way is to book a package with a company at home, although many Croatian companies also offer both bareboat and...

A cultural tour! What to see in Croatia

08/07/2016 in Croatia

Croatia has an impressive history, a fact that is best explained through the vast array of sites worth visiting. Most towns have an historical centre with its typical architecture. There are differences between the coast and the continental part, so both areas are a must. The most famous town is probably Dubrovnik, a prime example of the coastal architecture, but...

Attractive Cities in Croatia

08/07/2016 in Croatia
  • Zagreb – the capital and largest city.
  • Dubrovnik – historic coastal city and UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Split – ancient port city with Roman ruins.
  • Pula – biggest town in Istria with the Roman amphitheater (commonly called Arena).
  • Osijek – capital of Slavonia and an important city.
  • Sisak – largest river port, city on three rivers and a city that has stopped the spread of...

The Old City of Dubrovnik

08/07/2016 in Dubrovnik

The city of Dubrovnik is situated on the Croatian Dalmatian Coast and is fondly referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’.

The city of Dubrovnik is situated on the Croatian Dalmatian Coast and is fondly referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’. It rose to fame as an important Mediterranean Sea power in the 13th century and although...

Fascinating history of Croatia

08/07/2016 in Croatia


Northern Croatia has a temperate continental climate, while the central and upland regions have a mountainous climate. The entire Adriatic coast has a pleasant Mediterranean climate. Spring and autumn are mild along the coast, while winter is cold and snowy in central and northern regions. The average temperature inland in January ranges from -10°C to 5°C; August 19°C to 39°C....

Top 10 Reasons to Travel to Croatia

07/28/2016 in Croatia

From an isolated backwater behind the Iron Curtain, Croatia has transformed itself into Eastern Europe's 'Riviera'. Sun worshippers discovered the miles of sunny, pristine beaches and dramatic cliffs of the Dalmatian coast. Other tourism followed for ancient and historic monuments, including UNESCO world heritage sites and even some communist concrete architecture, spellbinding natural beauty featuring islands, waterfalls, and mountains, and...