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
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...
We traveled through Croatia intending to discover all of her beauty unknown to the world. We have selected some of them and we could say that these are some of our favorites. If you are near by, visit them this summer. Or at least share them on social networks. Here's the list, in order from north to the south.
What does a parachute and water well have in common? Absolutely nothing :)! The first parachute ever built you can see if you go to Prvic Island, and you can make a wish in a well if you go to Vodice... so - go!
Did you know that in one glass of herbal liqueur it’s possible to find amazing 150 years long tradition? An answer to this question you will find in the first episode of Centuries-old Tales, Story about Pelinkovac.
An old fisherman was at sea catching fish when all of a sudden he noticed an unusual light. It was a painting of Our Lady which he took home after fishing.
The Island of Zlarin is Sponge Bob's dearest holiday destination :)
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.