In the following post we’ll give you an overview of Dubrovnik accommodation, pros and cons for each of them, neighbourhoods and other tips to help you make a savvy decision on where to stay in Dubrovnik.
In this week’s Croatia travel tips we are sharing our tips for first-time travel to Croatia. Readers of our blog, often send us emails with questions regarding their upcoming, and often first-time, visit to Croatia. So we’ve decided to publish a post with some of the most common concerns, misconceptions, and general tips.
Long gone are days when Zagreb looked like a provincial village on a fair day during the Christmastime. Now, advent in Zagreb is one of the best Europe. In fact it holds a title of The Best Christmas Market in Europe for the last three years.
Once when you decide to travel to Croatia, you start planning where to go in Croatia. This decision can seem more complicated, as there are so many places to visit in Croatia. Croatia is a diverse country, full of charming historical towns, karst mountains, dramatic landscapes, blue Adriatic Sea, amazing waterfalls, wonderful national parks, and […]
As a part of our Croatia travel tips series, in this article, we’ll cover things that should make your packing list for vacation in Croatia. With airlines charging a fortune for an extra bag, it’s essential to keep a packing list for vacation in Croatia as short as possible. We decided to help you figure […]
The Croatian National Parks consist of areas perfectly illustrating a karst hydrogeology, of mountainous regions of continental Croatia, and complex flora and fauna of Croatian islands.
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.