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    Split to Plitvice Lakes: a self-drive road trip

    This is post 12 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Plitvice National Park is without a doubt the most famous landmark in Croatia. Consisting of 16 stunning lakes connected by a series of beyond-this-world waterfalls, it’s on the bucket list of every visitor who enters Croatia. We are not exempt from the allure of the […]

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    A half day guide to visiting Krka National Park

    This is post 11 of 12 in the series “Croatia” The less famous sister of Plitvice National Park, Krka National Park is situated between the ancient Roman town of Split and the town of Zadar. There are many confusions regarding how to enter the Krka National Park, and truth be told after hours of research online the only […]

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    My top 3 meals in Croatia

    This is post 10 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Honestly, I had never expected Croatia to be so amazing in terms of food. I knew that it was by the sea – so sea food would be a given, but some of the meals I had and how little I had to pay just […]

  • Kamenjak National Park – seeking Dinosaur footprints

    This is post 9 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Croatia is full of beautiful National Parks – and Kamenjak is no exception. Though not as famous as the Plitvice or Krka National Parks, it’s situated in the Istria region of Croatia close to the beautiful city of Pula. In fact, it’s only a short […]

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    The Ultimate Guide to Pula, Croatia

    This is post 8 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Pula, Croatia had been on my bucket list for a while now because of its Amphitheater. Located in the northern district of Istria, this was the perfect conclusion to my love affair with Croatia with a 10-day trip that I took two months prior. Apart […]

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    The Ultimate Day Trips from Split: 5 islands boat tour

    This is post 7 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Split is the perfect place to base yourself if you dream about going to the beautiful islands of the Dalmatian. There are the dreamy beaches of Brac, the gorgeous Old Town of Hvar and the more secluded Vis to name but a few. Here’s a […]

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    5 things to do in Zadar Croatia

    This is post 6 of 12 in the series “Croatia” What is there to do in Zadar Croatia? If you were to ask me why is Zadar on our itinerary, I would answer that it’s because of its proximity to Plitvice, as well as the cheaper flights flying out of its airport run by Ryan […]

  • What to see in Split Croatia in one day

    This is post 5 of 12 in the series “Croatia” What to see in Split Croatia in one day? As the retired place of a Roman Empire, there is a kind of an abandoned elegance in Split that you are not going to find anywhere else. Going from Dubrovnik, a medieval walled city to Split, […]

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    An adventure in Mljet National Park

    This is post 4 of 12 in the series “Croatia” A gorgeous island two hours away from Dubrovnik, Mljet National Park is situated on the island of Mljet, a 37km long island with an area of 98.10 km. The park itself is situated on the western tip of the island, gorgeously forested with two lagoons: Veliko […]

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    A short guide to Elaphiti Islands

    This is post 3 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Elafous means deer in Greek, and legend has it that the Elaphiti islands are named so because the cluster of thirty islands resembled a deer, or that it’s named after the deer on the island. Not far from Dubrovnik, it’s the perfect day trip destination. […]

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    Dubrovink – a City of Stone and Light

    This is post 1 of 12 in the series “Croatia” The pearl of Adriatic, Dubrovnik rose to fame as one of the best preserved medieval cities and the filming location of the popular TV series Game of Thrones. With polished limestone streets, high stone walls and gorgeous orange tile roof – it’s a time portal […]