Sibenik, Croatia is an absolute gem! The historic hillside town is tucked along the Dalmatian Coast under the gaze of three fortresses. Many visitors breeze through the Old Town after visiting the Krka Waterfalls, but only long enough to see the St.… Read the rest
The historic town of Zadar, Croatia sits proudly on a peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. The city’s once-necessary defensive walls still encircle most of the town. Inside the fortifications is a blend of old and new – from well-preserved Roman ruins to state-of-the-art technological displays.… Read the rest
Besides the dramatic coastline, Plitvice Lakes is Croatia’s most well-known natural wonder. The chain of 16 lakes filled with vivid blue water are linked by a series of waterfalls. Streaming, thundering, tumbling and babbling, the flowing water has carved a deep canyon into the limestone rocks.… Read the rest
Many travelers think of Croatia solely for its stunning seaside and hundreds of idyllic islands, looking inland only as far as Plitvice Lakes or the capital city, Zagreb. The eastern region of Slavonia, including Osijek and Baranja, are destinations that go unnoticed.… Read the rest
We’re going to let you in on a not-so-little secret: We like beer. And, we love craft beer. And right now, Nova Runda craft brew from Zagreb, Croatia is pretty high on our list.
During our first year of travel, we tried a hefty number of craft brews around the world.… Read the rest
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
Updated for the 2019 Advent Zagreb Christmas Market!
As the crisp air brightens my cheeks and little puffs of breath escape from my mouth, I inhale the scent of sizzling sausages and sweet fritule drenched in chocolate sauce. The tantalizing aroma intertwines with Croatian Christmas music and drifts on a light breeze from the cheerfully decorated wooden huts at the Zagreb Christmas market.… Read the rest
Cobblestone lanes and ancient sights. Hill-topping fortresses and secluded beaches. Nearby islands and hidden coves. Hvar Island is a picture-perfect escape. Visitors inspired by beautiful places and eager for an adventure will find there are an abundance of amazing things to do in Hvar, Croatia.… Read the rest
Korcula Island is one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia. Although fairly small (it’s less than 30 miles long and only 5 miles across) there are an incredible number of things to do in Korcula. Home to ancient sites, stunning coastline, local wineries and (supposedly) the birthplace of Marco Polo, it’s easy to understand why so many tourists choose to visit Korcula.… Read the rest
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. With so many incredible Croatia destinations, creating an easy-flowing, all-encompassing route through the country can be a challenge…but it is possible!… Read the rest