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Dubrovnik about to limit tourist numbers in Old Town

Dubrovnik, among many popular tourist sites, is struggling with too much foot traffic. Dubrovnik has grown into a top European tourist destination in recent years. Thanks to its historical sites, churches and views over the Adriatic. Game of Thrones also had prominent role. This seems like a good thing. But Dubrovnik’s Old Town and cobblestoned […]

Varaždin – a pearl of baroque

In the north of Croatia, somehow hidden, a pearl of baroque has settled down – Varaždin. It belongs to the group of those cities that reveal some different fairytale face when covered with snow. Somewhat idyllic pictures can be seen in the video, which shows the old town centre of Varaždin covered with snow blanket […]

Ferry from Split to Vis

A car and foot passenger ferry ‘Petar Hektorović’ currently driving Jadrolinija‘s route 602, connecting port Split with  city of Vis on Vis island in Croatia. ‘Petar Hektorovic’ was build in Denmark in 1989. Is just under 92 meters long and 18 meters wide with speed of 15.5 knots. It has a capacity of 1.080passengers and […]

Zlatni rt – Rovinj

Only a mile from Rovinj downtown lies the beautiful peninsula of Zlatni rt (Golden Cape). Unique in many aspects, it is home to a protected park forest of impressively large trees. On one side is the pebble bay of Lone with a view of two of the best Croatian hotels, Monte Mulini and Lone. The […]

Brijuni Islands

Magic Islands A hotel with a private beach, is that even possible here? It is, in Brijuni. Not only a private beach, but a whole island. No crowds, no fighting for a square inch of towel, no doughnut or burek sellers, no loud music from the nearby bar, no looking for a parking spot for […]

Visovac

The Krka National Park is truly an amazing place, worth seeing any time of the year. A chance to see the bottom of the river and to dive under the waterfalls is something you can’t say no to, so I had an opportunity to see this jewel of nature from a new perspective. And I […]

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