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Croatia for children in 2020: Zagreb (Part 3)

 Welcome to the third part of Croatia for children in 2020 series! 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 comes to cool museums and...

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Croatia for children in 2020: Istria (Part 2)

Welcome to the second part of Croatia for children in 2020 series! 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 tourists. Pula is the largest...

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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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What to expect from Etnoland in Pakovo Selo

Etnoland is a theme park that brings visitors back to the old days in a typical Dalmatian environment. This family-run historical and cultural site is in Pakovo Selo, just next to the Krka National Park and Sibenik and it is ideal to visit for half a day. It has a...

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3 (unexpected) places in Sibenik your kids will love

Sibenik (Šibenik) in Croatia is getting more and more popular with both couples and families with children. The beaches are awesome, the old town is always exciting, and getting on a boat trip here guarantees fun. However, as a person who knows Sibenik better than my...

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Dubrovnik is not Croatia

Dubrovnik is the hottest Croatian city for centuries and is on everyone’s bucket travel list. Still, like any other place in the world, Dubrovnik has its disadvantages. I have visited twice and must admit that I am not the biggest fan of Dubrovnik. I don’t think it...

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