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November 2017

Croatia’s Most Popular Destinations

Croatia is becoming one of the most popular summer destinations in Europe. Not only does this small country offer beautiful beaches, extraordinary national parks and exciting nightlife, it also boasts ten UNESCO-protected sights. The most visited is the magnificent Dubrovnik Old Town, but the Ancient Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the Roman Arena in Pula...
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Bosnia And Herzegovina Travel: What You Need To Know

Croatia shares a long borderline with the picturesque country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, often simply called BiH by its inhabitants and neighbours. Although still fairly undiscovered by foreign travellers, this beautiful country is definitely worth a visit. We’ve done some research and visited the country ourselves to give you tips about visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina...
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Diocletian’s Palace: An Ancient Masterpiece in the Heart of Split

The modern-day city of Split is centred around the beautiful Ancient Roman palace, protected by UNESCO since 1979. When in Split, the first place most tourists visit is the palace, always lively and with something going on. Within its walls, you’ll come across many fine restaurants, bars and cafés, little shops and boutiques. But how...
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10 of Croatia’s Most Beautiful Destinations (in Pictures)

When travelling somewhere for the first time, many tourists usually search for the most beautiful destinations to visit in the country or region. The choice will vary from person to person and what is beautiful to me might not be beautiful to you. However, there are places in this tiny country that most tourists agree...
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11 Amazing Croatia Nature Pictures

Croatia is more than just pretty old towns, medieval walls and fine restaurants. It is also stunning waterfalls, beautiful sunsets, magnificent mountains and valleys! The Velebit Mountain, is located in the Plitvice Lakes National Park surrounded by wonderful forests, the fantastic Blue Cave near Biševo Island and the forests of Slavonia are some of Croatia’s...
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Things to do & see in Split, Croatia

Split is my favourite place in Dalmatia. If I could, I’d go back to Split all the time for city breaks and summer holidays, but a small part of me wants to see the rest of the world, too. When I was a teenager, I would come to visit over summer to visit my cousins...
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Napoleon in Croatia & the Fall of the Dubrovnik Republic

In 1794, a group of revolutionaries caused an incident in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. They erected and decorated a “Liberty Tree”, where a revolutionary poem was written. It was an appeal to Croatian people to support the ideas of the French revolution. “Why should the Croatians wage a war against the French”, asks the...
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Why Croatians Love Britain?

Croatia has recently become a hit in the United Kingdom and is possibly the most popular European summer destination. British tourists have overflown Dubrovnik walls, Hvar Old Town and Zrće Beach. It is more common than ever to hear the British accent on the streets of Zagreb, Split, Zadar and Pula. But what do Croatians...
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Forget Hvar, Here’s Where You Should Go Instead

A hard-working mother lives on a dreamy Greek island with her daughter whose wedding day is approaching. To identify her real father, the daughter invites three of her mother’s ex-boyfriends to the wedding without her mother’s knowledge. Meryl Streep plays the mother and Pierce Brosnan plays (one of the) fathers. All hell breaks loose. Mamma...
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Croatia’s Most Interesting Attractions (Other than Dubrovnik)

At Tour Croatia, we organise a lot of holidays to Dubrovnik. And while this beautiful UNESCO-protected Medieval city and its walls are worth a visit, there are so many other places in Croatia that a well-travelled person should not miss. With that in mind, we’ve had a closer look into other tourist attractions in Croatia....
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