Best Things To See And Do In Hvar, Croatia With its white-washed architecture, cobbled streets and clear blue Adriatic waters, it is no wonder Hvar is called “The Queen of the Dalmatian Islands”. Situated just 48km off the coast of Split, Croatia, Hvar is the fourth largest of Croatia’s 1,100 coastal islands and a favoriteContinue reading “Hvar, Croatia – Best Things To See And Do”
European Parliament Approves Croatia’s Admission To Schengen Zone The European Parliament has cleared the way for the admission of Croatia to the bloc’s passport-free Schengen zone, leaving the final decision in the hands of the EU’s government leaders.
10 Best Things To Do In Split Croatia There are few places in the world quite like Croatia. The beauty of the Adriatic Sea combined with ancient history leads to one fun filled adventure, which is why Croatia has become one of the hottest low-key travel destinations for travelers of all ages.
Rovinj, the picturesque Croatian seaside city situated on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula just 40km to the northwest of Pula. Easily accessible by ferry from either Pula or Venice, Rovinj is the second most visited town in Croatia behind Dubrovnik. Although a favorite of European travelers, unfortunately, Rovinj is not that well known to BritishContinue reading “Rovinj, Croatia – Best Things To See And Do”
Pula, the Little Rome of Croatia. With an intriguing ancient Roman history dating to 46 BC under Julius Caesar, Pula remains a hidden gem among Croatia’s more popular destinations. It’s well preserved Roman structures are some of the best found in Europe. Situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea at the southern tip of theContinue reading “Pula, Croatia – The Best Things To See And Do”
Top 15 Best Things To See and Do In Zagreb, Croatia Zagreb, a vibrant city full of surprises.
ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe With the temperature rising, we set sail southwest from Rovinj for the 2.7km trip to the peebly beaches of Red Island.
ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe Our last day in Dubrovnik and, although we have explored much of this walled medieval city, there is still so much more. As we left our apartment, we walked down the narrow cobblestoned street that connects to the Luža Square and the Stradun leading to the Old Town Pile Gate entrance.
ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe We returned to Dubrovnik following our day trip to Perast and Kotor, Montenegro only to be met by a lively Croatian wedding celebration taking place in the Old Town just inside the Pele Gate
ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe Back at our apartment in Zagreb and after a short rest, we set off in the afternoon for our 90 minute flight to Dubrovnik, Croatia. While Hvar, Croatia is often called the “Diamond of the Dalmatian Islands”, Dubrovnik is the “Pearl of Croatia”.