We’ve been invited by Share Istria team to join their two-day tour of inland Istria and help them promote the Share Istria project.
Great news for all culture buffs visiting Croatia – there are seven UNESCO World Heritage sites in Croatia for you to explore. UNESCO stands for the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. UNESCO World Heritage sites are the places of a special cultural or natural importance.
New year, new camera! We’ve recently bought Panasonic Lumix GF7 camera. Needless to say, we absolutely love it (phew!). So we’ve decided to share our Lumix GF7 review.
Parenzana is a name of a 123-kilometer long narrow gauge railway which used to connect Porec in Croatia with Trieste in Italy. The Parenzana train service ran from 1902 to 1935. The railway was a lifeline for villages in Istria, that were on the Parenzana route.
Once a favorite winter resort of European nobility and artists, Opatija is today an elegant resort town for couples of all ages, and a perfect getaway for a romantic break. Nestled between the sea and the mountains, Opatija offers a lot to its visitors: from climate benefits to wonderful vistas, beaches, lovely architecture, great restaurants, […]
We’ve decided to list top reasons to visit Istria in Croatia in hope to make Istria a part of your Croatia itinerary. After running this blog for awhile, interacting with our readers, and just by looking into our most read posts, we realized that overseas visitors, particularly those coming from US, Canada, and Australia, often overlook […]
Dubrovnik is the best known and one of the most visited destinations in Croatia. The town is beautiful, well-preserved, full of history and culture, good restaurants, lovely bars, and offers a load of things to do.
Hostels in Croatia are getting popular. Not so long ago, we only had here hostels run by Ferijalni Savez Hrvatske (Croatian Youth Association), a member of Hosteling International. There were only few hostels, located exclusively in bigger towns, like Zagreb, Zadar, Split, and Pula. Things changed, and now you can find hostels almost anywhere in Croatia.
You remember when I’ve wrote a farewell to Dubrovnik, a couple of years ago?! And then I went back again, and had an awesome time sailing on a private motor boat. This year I was back in Dubrovnik.
As the summer in Croatia draws to the end, majority of tourists fade away, and our little town of Porec gets pretty deserted, just like all other small coastal towns and villages in Croatia.