Exploring the Zagreb Upper Town: Things to See and Do

Zagreb is divided into two halves, the Zagreb Upper town and Zagreb Lower Town (Gornji and Donji Grad). The first one is the old city dating back to the 11th century, full of red tile roofs and cobblestone streets. It’s the most romantic part of Zagreb. It’s my favorite part of Zagreb. Every time I … Read more

Complete Guide to Split, Croatia

Welcome to Split Croatia travel guide! This is an itinerary through Split city, Dalmatia’s capital, my birthplace! I’m extremely exciting but at the same time proud of the the city of a thousand emotions. There is a song saying “There is no city like Split” and it’s a truth. This city is my home town … Read more

Guide to Zrce Beach: Croatia’s Ultimate Party Haven

Zrce beach, 4 km from Novalja village on the island of Pag is a popular summer resort which hosts probably the only beach in Croatia with Ibiza sense. It is also known as ‘the party island’ or the ‘Croatian Ibiza’ due to its non-stop parties going on during the summer. This long, stretched, white pebbled … Read more

Complete Guide to Visiting Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb Croatia is the biggest town of Croatia. It’s the capital of Croatia, the town of museums, good restaurants, vibrant nightlife and modern hotels. Zagreb is a modern, cosmopolitan city with some high class hotels, friendly and above all a safe city. Very often ignored by tourists, rushing to reach the sunny coast, missing to … Read more

Everything You Need to Know about the Five Croatia Regions

When discussing about Croatia regions, the most visitors will point out only those along the Adriatic coast like Istria peninsula, Kvarner and its islands and of course Dalmatian coast from Zadar all the way to Dubrovnik, including the most admired islands, like Brac, Hvar, Korcula or Vis. But there are regions in Croatia which are … Read more

The Best Spots for Windsurfing in Croatia

No sport other than windsurfing in Croatia can give you the unbeatable feeling of being out in the open, gliding smoothly over beautiful, clear Adriatic sea waters. It’s one of the most amazing water sports. It combines the thrills of surfing, the tranquility of sailing, and puts you in touch with nature. Conditions for windsurfing … Read more

Croatia Currency Guide: Kuna and Euros in Croatia

Although it has become a member of EU (Europe Union), the currency in Croatia is not officially Euro. The Kuna (code HRK) is official Croatia’s currency since 1994. There are plans for Croatia to join the Eurozone, but it won’t happen too soon. The latest estimates are that Croatia will switch to using Euros by … Read more