First-Time Visitor’s Guide to Split, Croatia


An amazing feeling creeps up when you visit the coastal city of Split for the first time. You see an entire city that grew out of the ruins of an ancient Roman palace, much as a walnut tree might grow out of a walnut shell. The modern main streets are the same streets built by Emperor Diocletian; the 1700-year-old stonewalls, columns, and sphinxes jump out at every turn. This guide will help ... Read Full Article

World Heritage Sites in Croatia

Dubrovnik by F Bandarin

  Croatia is blessed with a rich history and great natural beauty, and the state ensures that these treasures are well preserved, with constant renovations and careful maintenance. Consequently, as of May 2013, Croatia has seven sites listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with many other sites awaiting World Heritage status. World Heritage Croatia Sites Include: The Old City of ... Read Full Article

Trogir, Croatia: Carved Out of History and Stone


The museum-town of Trogir is located on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. Surrounded by a sparkling sea and 2300 years of history, this little town counts itself among the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic towns in Central Europe. Also known as the Stone Beauty, Trogir is situated a mere 20 km from the city of Split, making it a very popular tourist stop. Trogir was first settled by the Greeks around ... Read Full Article

Ten Reasons to Visit Croatia This Summer


Summer is around the corner. It’s time to shrug off the winter heaviness, slip into something pastel and conjure up new holiday plans. But before you spend hours hunched over maps and on the internet, here’s an idea: this summer travel to Croatia . And if you’re looking for a convincing argument to help seal the deal, well, here are ten. Beaches As the Croatia Tourism slogan suggests, this ... Read Full Article