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5 crazy facts about Croatia

1. The number of islands in Croatia is 1244 Croatia is blessed with a spectacular archipelago with 1244 islands, making the landscape one of the most impressive in the whole of the Mediterranean Sea. Most of the islands are uninhabited, ruff and just stunningly...

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5 Mediterranean secrets to a happy life

If you visit the Mediterranean coast in Croatia, especially the region of Dalmatia, you’ll notice that the people are happy and they enjoy themselves a lot. Economically speaking, the region is not prospering. There aren’t enough jobs, many young people are leaving...

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Five Croatian meals you must definitely try

If you haven’t heard, Croatia offers excellent culinary experiences in addition to all the cool beaches, stunning islands and historic sites! Dalmatia in Croatia is the region I live in when in the country and I know the cuisine here very well. The most popular cities...

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Get your broken heart to Zagreb

Putting my notes about the Museum of Broken relationships down, I tried not to reveal too much. Still, I have to warn you with a spoiler alert: this post may spoil your experience at this lovely museum in Zagreb, Croatia, as it gives lots of details on my personal...

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3 awesome experiences in Zagreb you must check out

Zagreb is a fun, modern and beautiful city with lots to explore. Below you can find three cool experiences you can have here. Trust your eyes at the Museum of Illusions One of Zagreb’s most popular museum in recent years is on Ilica 72 Street. Namely, the Museum of...

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11 things to do in Zagreb in one day

So, you have just a day in Zagreb and want to make it worth? No worries, I got you covered! I have been to Zagreb so many times that I cannot count them, staying for a day a lot of times or staying for several nights. Below you can find an easy on foot route that will...

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Experience Pula in Croatia

 Pula is a Croatian coastal city located in the most northern and western part of the country, Istria, and close to Slovenia and Italy. It is the eight biggest city in Croatia with about 60 000 inhabitants. Pula is famous for its wonderfully preserved Roman...

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