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Discovering Hidden Gems of Europe

Europe as a whole is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and that’s for good reason. It has so much culture and history dating back centuries, from ancient Roman ruins like the Coliseums to more modern wonders like the Eifel Tower. It’s a center of high fashion [...Read More]

January 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

5 Reasons Why Families Love Croatia

Replete with long coastlines and Mediterranean islands, Croatia is definitely known more as a beach and sailing destination. Nonetheless, it’s not without equally attractive man-made sites, as it is also known for the distinctly Byzantine, Roman, and Venetian architecture of most of its towns’ [...Read More]

July 23, 2016 // 0 Comments

Biograd – The White City on the Sea

Biograd na Moru is a scenic resort city located on the Adriatic Sea coast in the Dalmatia region of southern Croatia. This beautiful city, whose name means “white city on the sea” in Croat language, was once the capital of the Croat kingdom. Biograd Na Moru has emerged as a popular [...Read More]

April 24, 2016 // 0 Comments

The Dalmatian Coast of Croatia

Where do you spend your holiday vacation? Have you tried the Dalmatian cost as part of your holiday refreshment program? If no, then this is your next holiday destination you should be thinking about. Dalmatian coast is second to other as far as holiday destinations are concerned. It is full of all [...Read More]

July 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Secret Seaside Of Makarska

Looking for accommodation in Makarska? You are not alone as more and more experienced tourists venture to this secret location. Located between the bay shaped like a horseshoe between the Adriatic Sea and the Biokovo mountains, Makarska is a center of tourism and is noted for its promenade fringed [...Read More]

June 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Land Of 1000 Islands: Croatia

The first association on Croatia to most people is the beautiful sea and islands. It is not surprising if you know that this beautiful country has over 1000 islands. Only 47 islands are inhabited, some of them are inhabited with only few families. Every island has its story, tradition and even the [...Read More]

June 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

Dalmatian Islands – a journey of sun and sea

Croatia is known for its islands; their natural beauties, beaches and an unique Mediterranean charm is what made the country such a popular tourist destination. And there are many of them – more than a thousand, actually – although less than a hundred are inhabited. It was a tough choice, but [...Read More]

May 13, 2015 // 0 Comments

City of Split: The Mediterranean Flower

The beautiful city of Split blooms on the sunny Croatian coast. Its beautiful, historic streets crowd happily around the square of Diocletian’s Palace, surrounded by mediaeval walls. The green of Marjan’s hill surges out from the town towards the Adriatic Sea which calmly stretches out [...Read More]

February 22, 2015 // 0 Comments

A Guide to the Most Famous Islands in Europe

Europe is the second-smallest continent in the world and third in population after Asia and Africa. It is described as the birthplace of the western culture thanks to the Ancient Greece and Rome empires. The ability to preserve its natural heritage has greatly added to conservation of the natural [...Read More]

December 4, 2014 // 0 Comments

Hidden Gems of Croatia

Croatia is a country renowned for its rich history, breathtaking beauty and endless servings of fun, adventure and excitement. Millions of tourists flock to the country annually to relish in its extravagant offerings. Most of them end up in popular destinations like Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Zadar and [...Read More]

April 25, 2014 // 0 Comments

Ever Heard of Dubrovnik?

Dubrovnik, Croatia… Sounds exotic, doesn’t it? This ancient city represents the best aspects of Eastern Europe as a bustling modern metropolis interspersed with quaint throwbacks to a way of life that is now buried in the past elsewhere on the planet. Dubrovnik’s complex city wall is [...Read More]

April 1, 2014 // 0 Comments