Want to know the best restaurants in Split, Croatia? From fine dining to affordable take-away, there dozens of fantastic of Split, Croatia restaurants serving local Croatian cuisine and international fare.
Best Restaurants Split, Croatia
Fellow travelers searching for the best places to eat in Split, Croatia are spoiled for choice.… Read the rest
Our stop in Skradin, Croatia provided a means to an end. We wanted to see Krka National Park and Skradin was our entry point. Although the official park entrance is about a mile southeast of the town, there is a ticket office in Skradin and a convenient Skradin-Krka boat that departs from the pier.… Read the rest
There is no doubt that the Adriatic Sea along Croatia’s coastline is a stunning stretch of water. 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
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
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
There is no better way to relax and cool off after a day of Dubrovnik sightseeing than heading to the seaside to take a dip in the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. Although this Croatian city is better known for its historic sights than shoreline sunbathing, there are several Dubrovnik beaches within walking distance of the Old Town.… Read the rest
Dubrovnik, Croatia is a must-see city! The historic walled Dubrovnik Old Town is appealingly perched on the Adriatic Sea, earning it the nickname ‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’. The city in its entirety is a ‘sight’ – but many of the top things to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia are just steps from the Old Town.… Read the rest
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 – 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
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