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Getting from Zagreb to Split and vice versa is the most common route in Croatia since it connects the two biggest cities of the country, also connecting continental and coastal region. It is good to k
Sibenik is the oldest native town in Croatia. It was mentioned for the first time in 1066 in a document issued by Petar Kresimir IV, the most important Croatian king. Sibenik is located at the coast,
Makarska is not really the shopping centre of Croatia but you can for sure find everything you need for your everyday life during your vacation in this beautiful coastal town.
Crikvenica is a small coastal town in the region of Kvarner; together with Novi Vinodolski it is the centre of the riviera of Crikvenica. Kotor is considered the old Crikvenica; it is situated on the
Dubrovnik is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia. If you are spending your vacation in Dubrovnik here you will find a list of different shops and malls where you can go buy your gr
Rijeka is the third biggest city in Croatia and the biggest port of the country. It is an important town regarding the connection with the rest of the country. As one of the biggest and most frequent
Ugljan is an island in the archipelago of Zadar. The island was inhabited already in the Stone Age while the two caves hide even older remains. It is called the green island because it is covered with
The Istrian peninsula has for decades been one of the most successful holiday destinations in Croatia. During the last 10 years the majority of the hotels have been renovated, camp sites and private a
When it comes to pet friendly hotels in Croatia, only one quarter of them are pet friendly unlike most countries in the EU and even some countries in the East. Hotel owners are afraid that some guests