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Culture and Discovery in Croatia

Lastovo, a secret and unspoiled Croatian island

Croatia has become a popular holiday destination, especially with clubbers worldwide, since the beginning of the 21st century. But far from wild, Mediterranean evenings,...
Laetitia Santos24 March 2016
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Which of the Dalmatian islands is for you?

Dalmatia extends from Split to Dubrovnik and is bordered by the Adriatic Coast. Off the coast, there are hundreds of islands offering peace, walking and intense festivals...
Julie Olagnol8 April 2016
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The forests of Buzet, Croatia's truffle capital

If you're a food lover, be sure to do a car tour of the Buzet region of northern Istria, which lies not far from the Slovenian border. The area's rolling, verdant landsc...
Marie TSOUNGUI6 March 2018
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On the Brijuni Islands, in the company of Tito!

A magnificent series of vegetation-covered islands, the archipelago lying off the west coast of Istria and formed by two large islands, Veliki Brijun and Mail Brijun, and...
Marie TSOUNGUI20 April 2016
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The battle scars of Dubrovnik

Beautiful Dubrovnik has kept its battle scars in ex-Yugoslavia. You will learn about the history on a tour of the old town, in the museums and in the beautiful photo gall...
Julie Olagnol8 April 2016
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Vukovar: history and remembrance

Today an attractive Slavonian city lying close to the Croatia-Serbia border on the river Danube, Vukovar is unfortunately associated with the war that resulted in Croatia...
Marie TSOUNGUI8 April 2016
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VaraždinskeToplice and Stari Grad Castle

Lying in the very north of Croatia and not far from the Hungarian border, the relatively quiet and peaceful towns of Varaždin and its smaller neighbour Varaždin Toplice a...
Marie TSOUNGUI8 April 2016
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Tvrđa, the citadel of Osijek

A fort of italianesque shape built during the Habsburg era, Tvrđa contains the ancient centre of the city of Osijek. Surprisingly well preserved, the site constitutes a ...
Marie TSOUNGUI8 April 2016
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The coves of Lošinj, a serrated lacework of turquoise and green

Though the island of Lošinj is quite densely populated and receives a lot of tourists – who come to enjoy its natural landscape and its villages – it does also have some ...
Marie TSOUNGUI8 April 2016
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The most beautiful parks in central Croatia

Plitvice and the smaller Krka are parks you must visit in Croatia. You really should put them on your holiday to-do list. Hikers will love the mountain parks as well as...
Julie Olagnol8 April 2016
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