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Category Archives: Split

Where to Watch the World Cup in Europe

Team USA might not have made it to the Finals, but if you’re traveling in Europe this summer there will be no escaping the excitement around Football’s Greatest Show on Earth. Most of the Continent is mad for soccer (call it football when you’re there, please) and there will be plenty of places across many… Continue Reading

Why You’ll Want to Visit Klis Fortress

Why You’ll Want to Visit Klis Fortress

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan (and who isn’t?) you’ll immediately recognize Klis Fortress, located just 15 minutes by car from Split, Croatia. Of course, Klis isn’t found among the seven kingdoms, but the fortress has appeared on the show as Meereen. Despite this impressive appearence, Klis is often overlooked by tourists traveling in Croatia. Jammed… Continue Reading

What to See in Split

What to See in Split

The capital of Central Dalmatia, Split is also the biggest port in the southern region of Croatia, and the country’s busiest harbor. But the city is much more than a transport hub. It’s a vibrant destination with an alluring history and amazing architecture. But with all the crowds, energy and bustle here, the question remains:… Continue Reading

Darcy & Lloyd’s Trip Feedback in Words and Pictures

Darcy & Lloyd’s Trip Feedback in Words and Pictures

We love getting trip reports and feedback from our guests. We especially love it when one of the guests is an artist, like Darcy Lynn, and she sent us several of the paintings she has produced based on her travels with her husband Lloyd, on two trips we arranged, to Central Europe in 2015 and… Continue Reading

How and Why to Choose between Split and Trogir

How and Why to Choose between Split and Trogir

Coming to Central Dalmatia, be it from the north (Zagreb, the Plitvice Lakes), or the south (Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar), you’ll most likely want to make an overnight stop and you’ll have to decide between Split and Trogir. Approximately 45 minutes apart by car, these two destinations offer different city styles, sizes and possibilities. One thing they do… Continue Reading

Croatia’s Jewish Heritage Sites

Croatia’s Jewish Heritage Sites

Croatia’s religious landscape is overwhelmingly dominated by Roman Catholicism but the territory of Croatia has long been home to adherents of Judaism. While the Jewish population of Croatia was much smaller, at just 25,000, than countries like Germany with half a million or Czechoslovakia with around 350,000, Jewish communities had been established in various places… Continue Reading

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