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  • 10 places that you can't miss out on visiting in Croatia

    Hi, everyone! Today I am bringing you the second part of the post about 10 places that you can't miss out on if you visit Croatia. You will probably have heard of more places in this post since I have included some of the most touristy and well-known ones. I have to say...

    0 by Olivia, 2 years ago
  • A day trip at the Plitvice lakes

    While me and my best friend were in Croatia we decided to visit another famous part of the country and this was the Plitvice Lakes. The Plitvice Lakes is the largest national park of Croatia and has also been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, which makes it a...

    0 by Alexandrina, 2 years ago
  • 10 places that you can't miss out on in Croatia - Part 1

    Hello again everyone! As I told you in previous posts, I spent a whole academic year in Pula, Croatia. This allowed me to get to know the whole country really well and thus today I am going to tell you what I think are the 10 must-see places for everyone who visits...

    0 by Olivia, 2 years ago
  • Discovering the National Park of Krka

    Hi, everyone! This is my first post and I want to start it off by talking about one of the most special places that I have visited in Croatia. It is a place which was declared as a national park in 1985, which covers an area of 100 kilometres squared around the river...

    0 by Olivia, 2 years ago
  • General Information About Croatia

    Hello everyone wishes you a good week. I would like to share my blog about the information about Croatia. It is a country officially named as the Republic of Croatia. It is located at the intersection of Central Europe, the Balkans and the Mediterranean Sea. It has a...

    0 by Mertcan, 2 years ago
  • Tips for memories

    Hi guys. How are you? In Croatia, there are many typical little things but the best artisan product in Croatia is the intricate lace that is made on the island of Pag, part of a tradition of several centuries that still stands out strongly. Although you can see it...

    0 by Patricia, 2 years ago
  • All you have to know about transportation

    Hi guys, after several questions on the subject, I will explain a little. To move around Croatia itself there are several means. On the one hand, we have an airplane. Croatia Airlines is the only company that performs domestic flights. Rates depend on the season and are...

    0 by Patricia, 2 years ago
  • Sports in Croatia

    Which sports do Croatian people enjoy? Football, tennis and skiing are very popular and Croatia, as a lover of sport, has contributed an uncountable number of first category players to these areas. Basketball It’s the second most popular sport in Croatia after...

    0 by Anonymous, 3 years ago
  • An Introduction to Croatia

    Hello everyone. I have the pleasure of starting a new blog and a new trip today. And it's all about Croatia, I've mentioned Dubrovnik before in other blog entries that coincided with the cruise, but a few months ago I had the opportunity to visit Croatia and I want to...

    0 by Alexandra, 3 years ago
  • The Surroundings of Split 2

    Close to Split we come across Trogir, Trogir is cool, it’s cool because it’s a small and beautiful place and old walls protect its maze of streets. It’s got a large promenade lined with bars and cafes, and luxury yachts in summer. Trogir is unique amongst the...

    0 by Anonymous, 3 years ago
  • The Hidden Gem: Mošćenice

    Situated on a hill 350 meters above sea level, this tiny town whose name you will struggle to pronounce, has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Mošćenice has a very rich historic heritage. I would definitely single out the the olive mill. The residents...

    0 by Neli, 3 years ago
  • Vis Island

    Hello guys! I have already mentioned this in another post but I have decided to tell you all about it with my usual rigour and cheek about Vis Island. And out of all the islands in Croatia, Vis is the most mysterious (even for the locals) Source From the main central,...

    0 by Evie, 4 years ago
  • The Coastline of Croatia 2

    My second time in Croatia was about 3 months ago. This time, the experience was way more delightful not only because we went by car, besides who doesn't love a good road trip? but because I was surrounded by really nice people and we shared a two-floor semi detached...

    0 by idara, 4 years ago
  • The coastline of croatia

    Hi guys, my name is Idara-Abasi and I am Nigerian whose spent the last 6 years in Europe. I am a student of the Medical University Pécs, Hungary. My first trip to Croatia was last year, spring break 2016 and I was in Zagreb. It was in close proximity to Hungary so I...

    0 by idara, 4 years ago
  • Hvar, a must-see place

    Hvar is pretty small and it's quite easy to familiarise yourself with the streets to the point when you don't even need to know the names. The main street consists of a long promenade, lined with small, rocky beaches, and attractions owing to its hotels, bars and...

    0 by Daniela, 5 years ago
  • Island of Hvar, Croatia

    Hi everyone! Today we will be talking about Hvar island. It's an interesting place, notably: the most lush landscapes of all the Croatian islands, the sunniest part of the country (2724 hours of sunshine per year), and, together with Dubrovnik, the most popular tourist...

    0 by Daniela, 5 years ago
  • A few things about culture and society in Croatia. Part 1

    Hi everyone, today I'm going to tell you a little bit about what Croats are like, insofar as our cultures are both moving onwards together. As is the case in every country, the collective national character is subject to a wide variety of nuances, differences between...

    0 by Chris, 5 years ago
  • Religion in Croatia

    What's the religious influence like in Croatia? I can tell you that the Croatians are all peaceful, yet fervent believers. According to the most recent census, 87. 8% of the population identify as Catholics, 4. 4% as Orthodox Christians, 1. 3% as Muslim, 0. 3% as...

    0 by Helen, 5 years ago
  • Day 28 and 29 | The last day in Japan & flying back home [part2]

    Apparently I was not able to finish my whole text and the photographs in the previous post so here is the final part with photographs. Arriving to Doha, Qatar I will not bother you much with the details of the flight there. I was pretty tired and especially when...

    0 by Grgo, 6 years ago
  • Korcula, a must-see town in Croatia!

    The island of Korcula You cannot visit Croatia without visiting the Korcula region. Why? You may think it is similar to other regions since it has many vineyards, olive groves, small villages and communities. The first Greek settlers called it 'Korkyra Melaina' (Black...

    0 by Amy, 6 years ago

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