Despite being Croatia’s oldest, biggest and most visited national park, the Plitvice Lakes National Park keeps many important nooks out of sight. In this blog, find out some of the most interesting facts about the Park’s hidden gems.
Picture this: the sun-drenched Adriatic coast, the shimmering blue sea, and the scent of olive trees in the air. Welcome to Dubrovnik, where the ancient tradition of olive harvesting weaves a tale as rich and vibrant as the city itself.
As the Summer sun gently yields to the embrace of autumn, Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, awakens with a vibrant tapestry of cultural and seasonal events that beckon travelers and locals alike. From the rustle of fallen leaves along the historic city walls to the mellowness of the Adriatic breeze…
This gorgeous Croatian national park, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is renowned for its spectacular cascades, turquoise lakes, and luscious forests. Here are some suggestions to help you make the most of your trip to the region.
Nestled on the stunning Adriatic coastline, the historic city of Dubrovnik is a gem that has captivated travellers for centuries. Beyond its imposing architecture, breathtaking views, and rich history, churches are a must-explore site that reflects its deep religious and cultural heritage.
Considered one of the most beautiful natural wonders of Europe, the Plitvice Lakes National Park is located in the very heart of Croatia. Those who visit the Plitvice Lakes will surely enjoy their natural beauty and create unique memories that will last a lifetime.
Dubrovnik, a city known for its medieval charm and stunning coastal views, has captured the hearts of many travellers. While the city’s history and architecture are undeniably captivating, there is a hidden side to Dubrovnik that can only be discovered by immersing oneself in the local way of life.
If you have ever dreamed of visiting this wonder of nature, you are in the right place. In this blog, we will share some of the most useful tips and tricks so you can make the most of your visit to Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Welcome to Dubrovnik, where summer comes alive with a vibrant tapestry of entertainment and festivals, immersing you in a world of captivating performances, cultural delights, and sun-kissed festivities.
Dubrovnik, situated along the gorgeous coast of southern Croatia, is renowned for its fascinating history, breath-taking architecture, and delectable cuisine. The food and wine of the region seamlessly blend traditional Croatian and Mediterranean flavors with modern techniques, reflecting the city’s rich culture and heritage.
Dubrovnik is a lovely city in southern Croatia that is well-known for its magnificent beaches, historic architecture, and vibrant culture. Here are some suggestions to help you arrange a memorable and pleasurable trip that the entire family will love.
Numerous studies have shown that spending more time in nature and in green spaces helps us reduce and manage our stress levels in a healthy way. This enables us to improve the psychological and physiological indicators of our mental health, including happiness.
This is not just another story about the Plitvice Lakes; this is one of the few untold stories about this breathtaking wonder of nature that has attracted a large number of visitors for years. Once a year, a large group of visitors who are avid runners also come to visit.
With Croatia now part of the Schengen, more travellers will be able to arrive without additional visas, and the brand new Euro currency will simplify the overall experience in Croatia, for both businesses and travellers alike.
For those unfamiliar with the ‘land of a thousand islands’, Croatia dominates the jewel-like Adriatic with over 1500km of coastline, 78 inhabited islands plus hundreds of smaller islets and reefs.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the perfect destination for an early spring getaway. The gloomy and cold winter gives way to an abundance of flora and fauna.