Zagreb Walking Tour: DIY Old Town Zagreb Sightseeing by

Zagreb Walking Tour: Free DIY Old Town Zagreb Sightseeing

Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, pulses with life. It has all the tell-tale signs of a true European metropolis. It’s rich in history, has beautiful architecture, boasts a plethora of cafes and a features a humming public transportation network. Visitors can see it all on our DIY Free Zagreb Walking Tour. … Read the rest

Things To Do in Rovinj: A Complete Guide to Rovinj, Croatia by

Things To Do In Rovinj: Our Complete Guide To Rovinj, Croatia

Rovinj, Croatia on the Istrian Peninsula is completely charming, stunningly beautiful, and an absolute gem to visit! The picture-perfect Adriatic seaside town beckons visitors with its alluring cobblestone lanes and stunning shoreline. 

The town of Rovinj itself is reason enough to visit, but there are a handful of attractions that are not to be missed.… Read the rest

Dubrovnik on a Budget

Dubrovnik on a Budget: 8 Money-Saving Trip Tips

Dubrovnik – the Pearl of the Adriatic – is Croatia’s most visited destination. Each summer season, the city sees record-breaking crowds – and as the number of tourists increase, so does the cost of visiting Dubrovnik. If you are wondering if Dubrovnik is expensive, it is, but no need to worry.… Read the rest

Things To Do in Korcula Island, Croatia by

The Best Things To Do In Korcula, Croatia

Korcula Island is one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia. Although fairly small (it’s less than 30 miles long and 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

12 Things to do in Makarska, Croatia

12 Things To Do In Makarska, Croatia

Makarska, Croatia has long appealed to holidaying tourists eager to soak up the sun and party late into night – which just happens to be two of the Best Things to do in Makarska.

The pebbly beaches, stretching for 1.5 miles, sit under the gaze of Biokovo Mountain and are sandwiched between the cool waters of the Adriatic Sea and shaded gardens of evergreens.… Read the rest