• April 22, 2016 • Locations

    Karlovac – The City of Parks

    In a country that is attracting more and more tourists each year a city like Karlovac can be a haven of tranquillity away from the more touristy spots. This region is rarely on the mainstream tourist radar and for some people this is what...

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  • October 22, 2015 • Locations

    Korčula – Island beauty

    Korčula Island is located in the close vicinity of Pelješac peninsula in Croatia and is accessible via a short ferry ride from Orebić, Pelješac or a longer one from Split. If you travel without a car, you can also take the catamaran...

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  • August 4, 2015 • Locations

    NP North Velebit: a breath-taking geological wonder

    National Park North Velebit is the youngest national park in Croatia, founded in 1999 because of its abundance of karst phenomena, a wealth of wildlife and extraordinary natural beauties in a relatively small area (109 km2 of the mountain...

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  • July 16, 2015 • Locations

    Cerovac caves: Water’s work of art

    The Cerovac Caves are located 4 km away from Gračac (towards Knin), and are easily accessible by the A1 highway (Sveti Rok exit, 25 km away from Gračac). The cave system is located in the southern part of the Nature Park Velebit (on the...

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  • June 7, 2015 • Locations

    Trogir – carved from stone, baptized by fire

    To say that Trogir has a rich history is an understatement. With over 2300 years of continuous urban tradition this small Dalmatian town has stood tall throughout the area’s troubled past and is now one of the top tourist locations...

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  • May 28, 2015 • Locations

    Istria – The land of giants

    Istria is Croatia’s biggest peninsula that got its name after the Histri tribe which inhabited the area in prehistoric times. More than 2100 years have passed since then, habits and life of the locals have changed, but Istria has...

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  • April 27, 2015 • Locations

    Opatija – the pearl of the Kvarner Riviera

    The city of Opatija is located on the eastern coast of the peninsula of Istria, found in the north-western area of Croatia, in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. Because of its favourable climate Opatija has always been a true tourist...

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  • April 21, 2015 • Locations

    Slavonia: wonderful cities and historical castles

    When I hear someone mention Slavonia the first thing that comes to mind is their specialty cured meat – kulen. The recipe is different in every city, village and even family, but I haven’t tried one that I didn’t like yet! It’s...

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  • April 16, 2015 • Locations

    Varaždin – a timeless gem of the north

    They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But not one picture, not even two, or thousands of pictures can capture enough about what kind of story Varaždin withholds; Widely known for its baroque buildings, music, impressive museums...

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  • April 15, 2015 • Locations

    Slavonia: Lush plains surrounded by three rivers

    In the fields of the former Pannonian Sea, lies a historical region that was once a rich agricultural area, Croatia’s main source of nourishment and tradition. Slavonia, located in the east of Croatia, largely bordered by the Danube,...

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