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Lonja field – the perfect getaway near Zagreb

I am a huge fan of little-known places, so it is a pleasure to introduce you to Croatia’s Nature Park Lonja field and the charming villages around! The destination is perfect for couples and families with kids alike. It offers plenty of outdoor experiences and is a...

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How to stay safe in Croatia in 2021

It has been a while since we all travelled properly, right? Well, for now travel will not happen as it used to. But this does not mean we should avoid travelling. I say we all adapt and continue to enjoy and explore the world! It is already early spring and many of us...

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Sara Renar on Bulgaria and Croatia

I had the great experience to e-meet Sara Renar, a Croatian signer who spent two months in Bulgaria this autumn recording an album and exploring the country. We talked about her lovely experience in Bulgaria, how beautiful the Black Sea is, and what are the...

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Christmas in Croatia 2020 – when, what, how

Due to the uncertainty around COVID-19, most of the Christmas fairs in Europe, and Croatia, will be held under special epidemiological measures and will not be the same as previous years. It is difficult to organize an event when a new lockdown is probably on its way....

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Croatia for children in 2021: Zagreb (Part 3)

 Welcome to the third part of Croatia for children in 2021 series! *updated in April 2021 This one is dedicated to the capital Zagreb. Zagreb may not have the sunny beaches of Dalmatia (Part 1) or Istria (Part 2) at the seaside, but it has no competition when it...

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Croatia for children in 2021: Istria (Part 2)

Welcome to the second part of Croatia for children in 2021 series! *updated in April 2021 This one is dedicated to Istria, one of the best regions to visit with children in Croatia. Istria may be the smallest region in the country but it is quite popular with...

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Croatia for children in 2021: Dalmatia (Part 1)

Welcome to the first part of Croatia for children in 2021 series! *updated in April 2021 COVID-19 update: the attractions in Dalmatia mentioned in this post are now open and will likely remain open in summer 2021. Same applies to the events in the...

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A rainy day in Zagreb

Is Zagreb that rainy? Well… yes and no! Zagreb is Europe's 10th wettest capital. The climate is oceanic with significant continental influences and very closely bordering on a humid continental climate (Wikipedia). This means you can experience all four seasons in...

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