Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, has several quirky attractions from the The Museum of Broken Relationships, to the ground level solar system, Nine Views.
Gulets are special yachts that are popular in Croatia. An interview with Laura Orsini, a California travel blogger who chartered a gulet in Croatia.
A Destination to Zadar, Croatia By Stuart Jameson WHERE The medieval city of Zadar, on the Dalmatian Coast, Croatia WHY GO There’s something in the air here. Voted Europe’s number one destination for 2016, it’s still relatively unknown and overlooked in favor of its more touristy cousins Split and Dubrovnik – while certainly not as expensive. […]
European Adventures by Land and Sea By Shane Fay Katarina Line is a tour operator and small cruise ship company that is based in the European nation of Croatia. From the end of April to the middle of October, Katarina Line offers weekly guaranteed departures from Croatia’s major tourist centers of Dubrovnik, Split, and Opatija. With […]
Not your typical Croatian cruise: Dining on shore instead of aboard By Terri Colby My truffle epiphany came on a rainy night in Croatia. We were a little more than halfway through a seven-day cruise along the Dalmatian coast. A few hours earlier our ship, the MV Futura, had put in at the island of […]
Dalmatia: The Delightful Ancient Islands By Mari S. Gold Loosely described as a narrow stretch of land on the eastern shore of the Adriatic, this delightful part of Croatia has exquisite views, magnificent architecture, and fabulous food and wine. What I never glimpsed in a three-week visit were the black- and- white spotted pooches of […]
By Max Hartshorne Croatia is a sailor’s paradise, with more than 1000 islands of various sizes and shapes off its jagged coastline. Flying over the sparkling Adriatic Sea in April, I wasn’t sure which of the many small islands below would be our landing spot. Seeing the canals of Venice beneath us at the lower […]
By Wynne Crombie This time nothing but a Land Rover would do to explore the interior of Vis, an island off the Dalmatian Coast. Kept off-limits to the world by the military under former Yugoslavian dictator Josip Tito, its lack of commercial development has kept it in a fairly pristine condition. But that is about […]