One thing is sure, you’ll have tons of things to do in Split! I love Split. Split is a typical Mediterranean town, vibrant, charming and fun. As the largest Dalmatian town, Split also offers to its visitors loads of things to do. Stroll along Split’s seafront promenade, visit museums and art galleries, hike Marjan hill or […]
Activities in Croatia
We've put together a detailed post on things to do in Croatia, and that's the best place to start planning active part of your holidays in Croatia.
Croatian beaches are, as you might imagine, the number one reason that so many people visit Croatia every year. But there are so many more things to do in Croatia: from water sports, adrenalin-pumping activities like rock-climbing, tandem-flying, caving, or zip-lining.
Below you'll find lots of articles about some activities that we've done here so far. But there are so many more activities that we haven't had time yet to write about. So please, if you don't find what you're looking for, feel free to e-mail us.
For all those who plan on staying in Dubrovnik we’ve gathered this extensive list of things to do in Dubrovnik. We’ve done the hard part, we’ve kayaked, cliff-jumped, drank wine, cruised on a motor yacht, tested local restaurants, so you don’t have to :).
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 […]
When I think about snorkeling in Croatia, two stories come to my mind immediately. And they are just slightly connected with snorkeling in Croatia.
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.
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.