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Croatia’s Award-winning Olive Oils

Unless you’ve been to Croatia you might not know that the country produces olive oil. They don’t make a lot, but what they have is top notch.

Dubrovnik, Early Abolitionists

When most people learn about the abolition of slavery in school, the key milestones they’re taught are when the USA and Britain ended the abhorrent practice, but did you know that the tiny Republic of Ragusa (known as Dubrovačka Republika in Croatian, now modern day Dubrovnik and its surroundings) was … Read More

Must-See Museums in Zagreb

In line with the trend of redefining what a museum is, Zagreb provides a wide variety of museums to explore, from classical archaeology and history museums to places more innovative, interactive, and sometimes even controversial. To make your choice a little bit easier, we put together a list of those … Read More

Can’t Miss Castles (Part I: Central Europe & Adriatic)

Europe offers many pleasures, from soaring peaks to beaches, but you can often find those at home as well. A more unusual highlight is the continent’s castles. From remote ruins to overcrowded tourist traps, there are thousands to choose from in the Czech Republic alone, and most travelers seem to … Read More

The First Quarantine

“Liberty is not sold for all the gold in the world.” This was the motto of the Republic of Ragusa, which from 1358 to 1808 was a wealthy city-state built around maritime trade, like Venice and Genoa. Over time, Ragusa came to be known by its present name: Dubrovnik. Even … Read More

Three Days in Zagreb with Sanja

Often overlooked for the gleaming coast, Croatia’s capital is well worth a few days if you want to experience Central European city life. Our Zagreb city host Sanja will show you round.

Hiking Around Split

Split and its surroundings are perfect for those keen on hiking and enjoying nature. Every spring, there are many different treks held, and the temperate autumns are also great for walks. Not only are there many trails, but they are all scenic, with beautiful views, often of the Adriatic and … Read More

Three Days in Dubrovnik with Ivana

Although I live on the outskirts, during my childhood and later school & university days I can’t remember a day that I didn’t spend wandering around the streets of the Old Town. Up and down all day long – I could run up all those stairs without taking a break 🙂 … Read More

Dubrovnik’s Diverse Tours

You can easily spend days in Dubrovnik itself, walking its walls, strolling the shining limestone-paved Stadrun, or just lying by one of the beaches, but the city also excels as a base for excursions and day trips. In all directions, and by seemingly every vehicle imaginable, from cable car to … Read More

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