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.
Split restaurants are exciting. Anytime we travel south, we make a detour to Split just to try out another restaurant in Split. However, you need to know one thing about restaurant’s offer in Split (and elsewhere in Croatia): 90% of the Split restaurants serve the same menu. It is a grill, pizza, pasta or risotto. […]
This week we’ve teamed up with Manuel Paljuh, a photographer from Porec to share with you images of green and blue Istria. From beautiful coastline and blue Adriatic to green rolling hills, olive groves and vineyards, Istria is simply stunning. Istria is also a home … at least for now.
Simona, an Italian blogger from BagniDalMondo, visited Rabac last summer. And we were delighted when she accepted to share her experience of Rabac with us and our readers. The best part of blogging is getting to know other great bloggers,
There is a tiny island in Croatia which is causing a sensation among all lovebirds on the planet. It is small and uninhabited. It doesn’t have any natural attractions.
If I had a dime for every time I’ve heard tourists complain about lack of sandy beaches in Croatia, I would be a rich man. I love beaches in Croatia. I actually love them for not being sandy beaches.