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What to Eat and Drink in Split

As Croatia’s second largest city and one of its most popular coastal resorts, there’s plenty of choice in terms of what to eat and drink in Split, and a large variety of international cuisine on offer, from Italian-style pizza and pasta to Greek salads and Turkish mezes. The historic city is also a good spot to try some typical Croatian cuisine — look out for pašticada, a traditional Dalmatian dish of stewed beef; blitva, a hearty potato and chard dish slathered in olive oil and garlic; and palacinke, Croatian-style crepes; as well as fusion dishes like risotto with local truffles and inventive Mediterranean-style mezes.

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June 26, 2015 by
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Visiting Mljet Island From Dubrovnik

One of the most remote and untamed of all the Dalmatian coast islands, Mljet Island is a lush retreat, blanketed with shady pine forests, sandy beaches and emerald-green lakes, making it an idyllic escape for those looking to get off-the-beaten-track. Visiting Mljet Island from Dubrovnik is possible on a day trip, with ferries connecting the island to Dubrovnik (around two hours by catamaran) and the Peljesac Peninsula, but it’s also a popular stop for cruise travelers.

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June 19, 2015 by
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Zagreb’s Best Parks and Lakes

Art Pavilion, Zagreb's Golden Horseshoe

Zagreb might be landlocked, but it’s also one of Croatia’s greenest cities, with a ring of parks and gardens circling the Lower Town and a number of scenic lakes surrounding the city. Whether you’re looking for a picnic spot downtown or a tranquil escape from the city, these are Zagreb’s best parks and lakes.

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May 1, 2015 by
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Croatia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

From jaw-dropping natural landscapes to grand Roman palaces and impressive early-Christian monuments, Croatia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites include some of the country’s most popular tourist attractions, as well as intriguing off-the-beaten-track sights. There are seven sites to explore total (plus several others waiting on the tentative list), so make sure to add at least one or two to your itinerary.

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April 24, 2015 by
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Things to Do in Split With Kids

There's plenty to do in Split with kids

Croatia’s second-largest city is an ideal destination for a family holiday, with easy access to the beaches and islands of the Dalmatian coast, and plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. To help you plan a family-friendly itinerary, here are some ideas for things to do in Split with kids.

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April 3, 2015 by
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Biking in Split

Biking in Split, Croatia

With its scenic waterfront promenades and a network of mountain trails on its doorstep, biking in Split is a popular way to get around and whether you escape the city for the hills or take a cycling tour of the sights, there are ample opportunities for biking enthusiasts.

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March 6, 2015 by
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How to Get Around in Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia

The Croatian capital is relatively easy to navigate, with the top attractions split between the Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and Donji Grad (Lower Town), but to help you make the most of your time, here are some tips for getting around in Zagreb.

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March 6, 2015 by
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Spring Festivals and Events in Split

Spring in Split, Croatia

Croatia’s summer music festivals and all-night beach parties are legendary, but there’s still plenty going off in Split throughout spring, kicking off with the city’s colorful carnival celebrations. Held in the days leading up to lent, carnival in Split includes an array of masked balls, costumed parades and waterfront firework displays, alongside plenty of free entertainment and all-night street parties hosting live music, dancing and historic reenactments.

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February 27, 2015 by
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Cruising the Elafiti Islands From Dubrovnik

Elafiti islands, Croatia

Exploring the islands along the Dalmatian Coast is an undeniable highlight of visiting Croatia, especially during the summer months, and for those based in Dubrovnik, the Elafiti islands offer welcome respite from the city, blanketed with lush forests and vast, sandy beaches. Just an hour by boat from the city, cruising the Elafiti Islands from Dubrovnik makes a good choice for a day trip, either as part of a guided cruise or by catching one of the regular passenger ferries, and despite their small size, there are still plenty of opportunities to get off-the-beaten-track.

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February 20, 2015 by
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Shopping in Dubrovnik

Shopping in Dubrovnik

Whether you’re looking to pick up some traditional souvenirs or sample regional delicacies at the local market, shopping in Dubrovnik is never boring and there are plenty of unique finds to seek out in the city.

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February 13, 2015 by
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