We landed at the Split airport at 10:00 and checked in at our accommodation at 10:30. You might say that’s impossible.
Early autumn last year I went for one of the craziest adventures of my life - Velebit mountain. September is the perfect time to visit Velebit. It’s not so devastatingly hot anymore, and the sharp autumn winds are not yet blowing at their maximum powers.
When Romans first discovered it, they immediately built a settlement. Since then, Daruvar has risen into a town literally built on a specific type of a therapeutic thermal hot spring, known as, akratho thermal water.
Djakovo is the only town in Croatia that hosts a festival that lasts for fourteen days straight. Djakovo is also the town where the State’s Stable of Lipizzaners is.
After winning the best Christmas Market Award for 3 years in a row (2016, 2017 &2018) it will be interesting to see what will Zagreb prepare for this year.
3 km long beach bordered by the deep shade of massive pine trees for the almost entire length. The longest in the entire riviera and one of the top beaches in Croatia. You can find it in Tucepi, a known tourist hotspot near Makarska.
The moment I got off my train in Krapina, just half an hour ride from the center of Zagreb, my host Štef (Shtef) told me we should immediately head on to his klet. We are making kotlovina today – he said – everything is ready and waiting for us there.
If you don’t want to spend a little fortune but still want to sit in the Iron Throne and take a stroll on the walls of the capital of seven kingdoms which, all in all, take a few days; then book your stay in the nearby valley called Zupa Dubrovacka.
From a very first sight at Istrian hilltop villages, with walls and houses built from huge blocks of stone, you could easily convince yourself that all the legends and myths of Istrian giants who carried those blocks up the hills on their backs were true.
Nobody’s sure where the Cerovac cave system ultimately ends or even extends to. Wanna be the first one to make the breakthrough? Or, at least, follow the exciting paths – the one that starts at the entrance of the lower cave and the other that takes you deep inside the mountain but starts a bit higher, at the entrance of the upper cave.