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If you want to explore Zagreb vibrant festival scene, Croatia’s compelling wine scene, the undetected treasures of the inlands or the beauty of the coast, there are so many stories we can tell. Let us share some with you. Stories, tips and even gossip!

The best way to experience the country is through bites, sips, sounds, smells and all that is local, authentic, artisan. And there is so much of this. Let us share it and introduce you to all there is that is trully Croatian.

For three years in a row Zagreb has been voted the best Christmas market in Europe. This means that this year’s Advent in Zagreb will do it’s best to confirm the title. During the Advent season, on it’s streets and squares, Zagreb offers numerous wonderful......

According to Time Out magazine, it’s time to overhaul dusty bucket lists and place Zagreb high. Visiting Zagreb’s Museum of Broken relationships is the 12th must do experience in the world, the 4th one in Europe. That makes it no1 thing to do in Croatia.......

Zadar: a thriving tourist destination, an ancient town with 3,000 years of history, a precious gem of the Dalmatian Coastline.   The magnificent sights, stunning crystal clear water of Adriatic sea, rich cultural heritage and hospitable people are the treasures making Zadar one of the......

What could be the best souvenir that you can use and enjoy over and over again after coming back from your holiday? A cookbook! Think about it. Remaking the dishes you’ve eaten in a town or a land you’ve just visited or recalling the memories......

The heart of Europe, the crossroads between the East and West, a conjunction between Central Europe and the Mediterranean. It is a place where the Pannonian plain, Balkan mountains and Adriatic sea meet. Checking out Croatia for your next trip? Cool.   Welcome to the......

There are around 4.500 cafes and restaurants in Zagreb. That makes a ratio of 1 cafe to every 175 inhabitant. The number is changing daily, but never goes down. Why is it so? National statistics can also be checked but that’s not the point.  ......

Did you know the story of Split is 17 centuries old? 1700 years ago Roman emperor Diocletian decided to build his summer palace at, what he thought was, the most beautiful place on the earth! It took about 10 years to construct his retirement palace......

The king of todays gourment cuisine is a potato-like mushroom that grows underground and lives symbiotically with different types of oak trees, usually near the rivers. Italian regions of Alba and Piedmont are widely known for their truffles. However, experts prize truffles that grow in......

If there is one place in all of Croatia that you absolutely must visit, it’s Dubrovnik. This stunning city of unique cultural and political history, situated on the Dalmatian coast, was placed on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sights in 1979. The old town is really......

Eating, chewing, nibbling, biting, masticating, sipping, dining…the thing is, once you get into Croatian gastronomy, you will never get enough. Croats don’t compromise when food is the topic. Fresh, in season, the best quality…those are obligatory. A proper Croatian style welcome includes lots of food......

They say that while drinking wine one should count hours not bottles. Are you a wine lover? Close to Zagreb, on the slopes of Plešivica and Moslavina, there are centuries old vineyards and some indigenous wine sorts worth tasting, such as škrlet from Moslavina. Photo by:......

There are so many places in Croatia ideal for active vacations. Explore the Istrian peninsula by cycling through stunning nature. Photo by: Iva Novosel Discover beautiful hills with breathtaking views and unspoiled nature of Plešivica, Moslavina or Zagorje and their hidden villages. Traverse through wild and undiscovered Slavonija and......

Autumn in Croatia will take your breath away. And not just with it’s amazing colors that create a stunning sceneries but also with smells and flavors. Photo by: Iva Novosel Wine harvest finished, barells are full of young wine. There are apples, pears and plums......

Photo by: Svjetlana Matić If you’re a fan of sunsets, then you will love sunsets in Croatia. It is hard to put the beauty of the sunset in Croatia into words. Amazing is an understatement, magical is pretty close. All we can say, Croatia has......

Strossmayer promenade at Upper Town Zagreb is the best place for panoramic views of Zagreb. One of the most popular selfie monuments in Zagreb is Antun Gustav Matoš sculpture. He was was a Croatian poet, short story writer, journalist, essayist and travelogue writer. You can take a seat next to him......

The region to fall in love with -Istria! Take a walk through the narrow stone pebbled streets. Experience the romantic atmosphere of the cities in Istria! Taste amazing olive oil, drink Istrian wine and enjoy delicious sea food! Or his majesty truffle. Photo by: Iva......

  Lose yourself in a maze of turquoise lakes, in Croatia’s most popular national park! Going North to South Croatia or vice versa, Plitvice National Park is a must see. No matter the season, it is stunning. UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979., Plitvice Lakes......

Shooting from a bird’s eye view captures photography in an entirely new way. Whether from the roof of a centuries-old cathedral or the observation deck of a skyscraper, these views offer breathtaking new perspective on historical places. We have compiled a list of the most beautiful cities in Croatia. ZAGREB The city of Zagreb,......

There are so many green areas, parks, gardens, promenades…not to mention the nearby Medvednica hill. So many places where you can rest your mind and soul. Photo by: Iva Novosel Photo by: Iva Novosel Rent a bike, take a long walks around lakes Jarun or......

Planning on visiting Croatia’s coast this summer? Here’s a check list of some things you should do to give your vacations a true Croatian flavor.   Photo by: Svjetlana Matić Have a cup of coffee. Coffee is not about getting some caffeine to wake you......