Split Croatia is the largest town in Dalmatia and second largest in all Croatia (after Zagreb). A typical Mediterranean city, Split has a small town vibe, lots of murmur and easy-going locals (Did you know that in Dalmatia locals use a word pomalo (take it easy) as a greeting?).
Thinking of staying in hotels in Croatia? Wondering if you should choose small family-run boutique hotel, large resort, good old international hotel brand, or no-frills budget hotel?
You must be considering staying at the all inclusive Croatia if you ended up reading this article. When people think of Croatia holidays all inclusive hotels and resorts probably aren’t the first association they have.
Nested in mountainous Lika region, half-way between the coast and the capital Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes National Park is, along with Dubrovnik, the single most visited site in Croatia. Plitvice Lakes became protected national park back in 1949, and since 1979 the place is also listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Croatian food is awesome! Traditional Croatian cuisine is wide and varied, yet it’s hard to distinguish dishes that are exclusive to Croatia. Because, Croatian food has been influenced by tastes and traditions from neighboring countries, and different nations that ruled territory of Croatia throughout history.
If you are planning to visit Croatia, you might wander what is the best lightweight luggage for Europe. When it comes to experiencing Europe, and Croatia is no different, lightweight luggage can make a big difference. Many European towns and villages, especially old town’s centres, consists of tiny alleys, cobbled-stone streets, uphill walks, and many […]
You better get yourself familiar with Plitvice Lakes accommodation offer if you plan to visit Plitvice Lakes for more than a day. We’ve decided to write down a complete guide on Plitvice Lakes accommodation in order to make that quest easier on you. Plitvice lakes draws millions of visitors every year, but not all spend an […]
There are so many things to do in Zagreb for locals and tourists. Due to being the capital city, and the largest business, political and student centre in Croatia, there is always something going on in Zagreb. Unlike its coastal counterparts, Zagreb lives all year around. When I lived in Zagreb, I loved strolling the Upper town, cycling […]
We often get asked about car rental Zagreb. Lots of readers of our blog fly to Zagreb Airport when they visit Croatia. Once they land, they rent a car in Zagreb airport, and then travel south to Dalmatia, or southwest to Istria.
Following post should help you make a savvy decision where to stay in Rovinj during your visit. It covers all important aspects someone needs to consider when choosing Rovinj accommodation, whether it be Rovinj hotel, apartment Rovinj, mobile home, villa, or simple camping.