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Rijeka is the third largest city in Croatia, after Zagreb, the capital and Split. An interesting fact about Rijeka is that every year, the city hosts one of the biggest carnival festivals. The city has an interesting historical background and lots of activities to do so if you are traveling to Rijeka by plane, here […]

Dalmatia is a geographical and historical region on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the south and south-east of Croatia. The region stretches from Tribanj in the north to Konavle in the south.

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Pasman is an island of the Adriatic Sea, located south of Zadar.  It forms a part of the Zadar archipelago and it is separated from the mainland and the towns Zadar and Biograd by the Pasman Channel. Pasman is known as the island with the biggest green surface in Croatia, considering its total area. The […]
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The city of Kastela is situated between Split and Trogir and it actually consists of seven smaller places called Stafilic, Novi, Stari, Luksic, Kambelovac, Gomilica and Sucurac. Kastela stretches for 17 km along the coats and there are 40 000 people living in Kastela. The eastern part of Kastela is an industrial part with two […]

Opatija is a town located in the bay of Kvarner and has the longest tradition in tourism in Croatia, 170 years. It is often called the pearl of the Adriatic. Opatija has developed from the Benedictine

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Rijeka is the third biggest town in Croatia and the biggest port which was already in the 19th century one of the biggest central European ports thanks to its favourable position. Rijeka has about 129 000 inhabitants. It is situated in a bay in western Croatia, in the region of Kvarner. In the surroundings of […]

Tucepi is, with its 1763 inhabitants, a small tourist destination in the southern part of middle Dalmatia. The landmark of this small, but beautiful city is one of the longest beaches in whole Croatia

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Vrsar is a small town situated at the western Istrian coast, near the Lim Channel. It started developing on a hill but now it is expanding along the coast. It has about 2700 inhabitants who are now primarily engaged in tourism; in the past this was a fishermen’s town. Vrsar has existed since prehistoric times […]
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