Croatia offers attractive landscapes, historic places, impressive architecture, lovely villages, great food and wine, and lots of outdoor activities. It is fast-becoming among the most appealing vacation spots for travelers looking for a European destination with a twist. You can take a flight to Pula or Split, and from there visit the many natural beauties […]
Croatia is a republic in just south of the heart of Europe. It is across the Adriatic Sea from Italy and is nowadays a popular tourist destination. The country itself is small and it has had, like many European countries, a colorful and often devastating history. Nowadays, though it is independent and is no longer war torn. The Croatian people have also worked very hard to bring their country back to its original pristine state.
On the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula is Pula, still, the region’s largest and most important city, just as it was 2,000 years ago when the Romans chose it as their administrative base. In addition to tourism, shipbuilding at Pula’s Uljanik shipyard remains central to the local economy. Is Pula Worth Visiting? Ancient points […]
Rovinj (Rovigno in Italian) is on the Istria’s coast a great attractive point for travelers. Although it can get crowded with visitors during the summer season, which means a lot of new accommodations and leisure spots are built every year, it continues to be one of the last genuine Mediterranean fishing locations.
Croatia’s second largest city, Split is the most populated place down the Adriatic coast and noteworthy because of its numerous transportation links. It’s an ideal location for a visit before planning to travel somewhere else but doesn’t get away from Split without visiting all that is available. Split Croatia, things to do Split comes with […]
People say about Dubrovnik, that it is a city with high walls and narrow streets, but owning a vast viewpoint. You can easily get what they mean when you walk on the city wall. You can enjoy both the fresh sea air and the sunset on one side and on the other side, the incredible view of hundreds beautiful houses, churches and fountains.
Is Croatia in the European Union? Yes, it is in the EU, but not in the Schengen area yet, and the currency is not the Euro. Croatia is often known as the Land of Thousand Islands, which entirely represents the well-indented coastline with 1100 beautifully preserved islands. The mild Mediterranean climate, along with crystal-clear sea, […]