This Balkan beauty is not new to the spotlight, but behind its famous harbours and terracotta-roofed villages, Croatia’s ancient charm shines. While the Republic of Croatia is just a few decades old, archeological evidence traces civilisation back to the Paleolithic era. Despite being tossed between empires and ruled by foreign powers throughout much of history, the country has retained its traditions and proud spirit.
Croatia is well-known for its sparkling coastline, but the country offers dramatic diversity from region to region. Tour the Dalmatian city of Dubrovnik and its iconic city walls, swim in the emerald lakes of Krka National Park, get lost in the Austro-Hungarian streets of the capital Zagreb, or eat your way across the pastoral plains of central Istria. No matter where your Croatian adventure takes you, you’re bound to be blown away.
Everything you need to know before you go to this must-visit Mediterranean destination Where exactly is Croatia? Croatia is a Balkan country which borders Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. It lies along the Adriatic Sea and is also made up of around one thousand island of various sizes....Read more
There’s so much more to discover in the walled city than King’s Landing For fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones, exploring the city of Dubrovnik is an experience akin to a supersized walking tour of the show set. With numerous locations – the Pile Gate entrance to the Old Town, Dubrovnik’s West Harbour aka Blackwater Bay, Gr...Read more
There are over a thousand islands in Croatia, ranging from party islands catering to the rich and famous, to the uninhabited desert islands loved by those looking for a true desert island experience - which one suits you? # Best for living the high life - Hvar Croatia’s trendiest island by far, Hvar is where the rich a...Read more