What To Do In Porec |Parenzana Train Ride

What to do in Porec: Parenzana Train Ride

Parenzana Train Ride is no longer available. However, the Parenzana trail is still there if you are interested in hiking or cycling it.

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. 

Bistroteka Zagreb

Croatia Eats: Bistroteka Zagreb

One street you must visit when you come to Zagreb is definitely Teslina street. A year ago this short street closed for traffic and from that moment all the wonderful tastes became instantly more appealing. Among a number of restaurants and coffee bars on offer in Teslina street, for our break, we chose Bistroteka.

What to buy in Croatia: Handmade crafts

What to buy in Croatia: Crafts to look for in Zagreb

This week we’ve teamed up with Mirna from Insight Design Guide to bring you the best of Zagreb’s crafts. The team behind the Insight Design Guide tries hard to promote local artists, designers and craftsmen, as well as their products. They publish a quarterly Zagreb shopping guide, that’s distributed free of charge throughout Zagreb hotels, but it’s also available online.

Art in Zagreb: Peter Lindbergh Photo Exhibition

Art in Zagreb: Peter Lindbergh’s Photo Exhibition

Even if you don‘t  follow  fashion or celebrities, I bet you heard of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Milla Jovovich, Helena Christinsen, Tatjana Patitz or Amber Valetta. Even if you just returned from Mars or something and still don’t know what I’m talking about, there is a big chance you saw their beautiful faces in some magazine while waiting for your train or plane.

Vrsar Photos – Vrsar Photo Essay

Vrsar photos show my photo voyage through this small seaside town on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. The old town, built on a hill above the sea, has a typically Mediterranean feel: stone houses, small alleys, cobbled streets. The old town doesn’t have much to offer, except its beauty and views over the town’s marina, sea, and archipelago. It is mostly residential with only three bars.