The Best Restaurants in Split, Croatia by JetSettingFools.com

The Best Restaurants in Split, Croatia

There is no shortage of places to eat in Split, Croatia. From fine dining to affordable take-away, visitors will find an array of Split, Croatia restaurants serving local Croatian cuisine and international fare. After recently spending more than a month in Split – both revisiting our favorite eateries and discovering new gems – we have rounded up a list of the best restaurants in Split.… Read the rest


Croatia 2-Week Itinerary JetSettingFools.com

2-week Croatia Itinerary

We’ve made no secret of our love for Croatia. From top to bottom, from the interior to the coast, there hasn’t been a place we have visited that we didn’t fall in love with. We’ve been captivated by the dramatic coastline dotted with islands, by the thundering waterfalls in the national parks, by the charming historic towns and buzzing cities, by the traditional cuisine and local wine and, of course, by the kind and generous people.… Read the rest


Christmas in Zagreb, Croatia Celebrating Advent

Zagreb Christmas Market: Advent u Zagrebu

As the crisp air brightens my cheeks and little puffs of breath escape from my mouth, I inhale the scent of sizzling meat being cooked to perfection. The tantalizing aroma drifts on a light breeze from the cheerfully decorated wooden huts at the Zagreb Christmas market. I wonder how many minutes will pass by until we succumb to buying a sausage.… Read the rest


Hiking to Starigrad Fortress in Omis, Croatia by JetSettingFools.com

Hiking to Starigrad Fortress in Omis, Croatia

Omis, Croatia – a seaside town 25km south of Split – is nestled at the base of the Dinara Mountain where the Cetina River flows into the sea. With an inviting coastline, picturesque walled city and striking mountains, we understand why it has been nicknamed the Omis Riviera.… Read the rest


6 Things To Do in Sibenik, Croatia by JetSettingFools.com

6 Things To Do in Sibenik, Croatia

The historic town of Sibenik, Croatia sits along the Dalmatian Coast under the gaze of the St. Michael Fortress. It’s location – just 11 miles from the town a Skradin (an entry point to Krka Waterfalls), makes it a popular stop while visiting Krka National Park.… Read the rest


Exploring Diocletian's Palace in Split Croatia by JetSettingFools.com

Exploring Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Croatia

Diocletian’s Palace was built in the 4th century as a retirement seaside residence for the Roman Emperor, his family and 700 or so servants and guards. The rectangular structure (520 x 620 feet) was two stories, fronted the sea and was built more like a fort than a palace.… Read the rest


Krka National Park A Day Trip from Zadar, Croatia by JetSettingFools.com

Visiting Krka National Park: A day trip in Croatia

There is no doubt that the Adriatic Sea along Croatia’s coastline is a stunning stretch of water. Throughout the day, the crystal clear seawater ranges in color from cobalt blue to turquoise, varying in intensity depending on sunlight and depth.  But Croatia’s appealing aqueous beauty isn’t exclusive to the shore.… Read the rest


Hiking Marjan Hill in Split, Croatia by JetSettingFools.com

Hiking Marjan Hill in Split, Croatia

We are completely enamored by the historic cities along the Adriatic Coast. While they are each unique in their architecture and culture, they are – to a degree – similar in their setting: cobblestone streets, narrow alleyways and wide squares…and not a whole lot of green space.… Read the rest