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Croatia for children in 2020: Nature and national parks (Part 4)

Croatia for children in 2020: Nature and national parks (Part 4)

Welcome to the fourth part of Croatia for children in 2020 series! This one is dedicated to nature and national parks in Croatia and how suitable for kids are they.  All of the national and nature parks are open and will remain open in summer 2020.   Around Zagreb ...
Croatia for children in 2020: Zagreb (Part 3)

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...
Croatia for children in 2020: Istria (Part 2)

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...
Croatia for children in 2020: Dalmatia (Part 1)

Croatia for children in 2020: Dalmatia (Part 1)

Welcome to the first part of Croatia for children in 2020 series! COVID-19 update: the attractions in Dalmatia mentioned in this post are now open and will remain open in summer 2020. Same applies to the events in the summertime. Let’s start by saying that Croatia is...
A rainy day in Zagreb

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...