Zadar became a pilot city for the use of electric bicycles and scooters.
The French have cognac, the Russians vodka, the Scots whiskey, and the Croats slivovitz, traditional “rakija” which preserves - the very best from exquisite blue plums it is made of in a most delicate way.Read more
Five books, five types of wine, five women and five lively dreams in hotel Balatura having an evening of wine and bookRead more
Feeling hungry? After this video, you'll be even hungrier... Bon appetite! :)Read more
Have you ever been in a Mine? Touristar crew is taking you to St. Barbara mine, near Samobor. Let's enter...
The island in the northwest part of the Šibenik archipelago is separated from the mainland by a 20 m wide sea canal at Tisno which is spanned by a short draw-bridge. The town of Jezera is located on the southeastern coast of island Murter. The island has lots of rocky beaches, as well as several sandy ones.
King Norin was so ugly that he hid his appearance from the world and let no one see him. Being a freak with an odd face and hairy body, he ordered a barber to come once a week and take the hair off his body after which he would decapitate the barber.
Lika has given us a genius without which we would live in dark - Nikola Tesla. In this video you can see his birth house in Smiljan, which is now a Memorial Center. And do not miss how few strangers sing Ojkan - the oldest way of singing in Croatia. :)
To all wine lovers (or wannabes), here's what Zagreb County has to offer - great wines from family wineries.
Four amazing things that you didn't know about Croatia.
The road took us to Osijek. This time on business.
Cape Planka is one specific place in Rogoznica, a natural phenomenon. This point divides the sea and the air - it geographically divides the Adriatic Sea on North and South part, but there's also a direct fight of the North and the South wind in the same spot. But there's also a legend attached to that Cape and its wild sea...
A Hidden Beach and a Hidden Englishman on Mljet
Maybe I have been in Dalmatia too long, but for me there are few things more romantic or exciting than arriving late at night by ferry to a new destination.
One of my fears about this trip was that in being taken and shown wonderful things we could miss out on the other aspect of travel - the meeting people.
The magical power of ancient civilizations
We came down a few stairs and stepped into, you will allow me to be a little more pathetic, the amazing Neolithic site. Remains of a few dwellings, blocks of stone walls, tombstone, several olive trees that grow in the heady silence for me are a sufficient reason to, this impressed by it, share this experience with you.