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Best Memories of 2020 and What Travel in 2021 Might be Like

2020 was a terrible year for all of us. People have lost love ones. Lives and businesses have affected badly by the pandemic. And yet in the sadness, humans always look for the positive elements. There have been plenty of articles being written about what travel will look like, specifically … Read More

Meet Plavac Mali, Croatia’s Most Popular Grape

Real estate with a waterfront view isn’t exactly in short supply in Croatia, however, the Plavac Mali grape variety enjoys the sort of views that most can only dream of. This red grape, whose name translates to ‘small blue’, is indigenous to Croatia and the most widely used grape in … Read More

Croatia’s Delectable Shellfish Delights

Croatia is a small country that packs a big gastronomical punch. With nearly 3,500 miles of coastline on the Adriatic Sea, it’s no surprise that Croatia produces some of the most delectable seafood in all of Europe. While inland cuisine features more typical Slavic foods – think cabbage, pork, and … Read More

A Guide to Croatia’s Michelin Star Restaurants

It took a long time and a lot of effort for the small country of Croatia to become a part of the international gourmet dining scene and to have seventy prestigious restaurants included in the worldwide Michelin Guide selection is a massive achievement. Out of such an impressive number, seven … Read More

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

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 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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