October 31- November 1, 2015 We didn’t spend much time in Zagreb; just Halloween night… our…
There’s not a single reason for not wanting to escape the last week of October (or any time of life) to travel through Croatia: Sunshine, warm days, early morning swims in the Adriatic Sea, fresh and plentiful fish, National Parks, local pastries, sugared orange and lemon peels, fig cakes, truffle, , old towns, Roman palaces…
October 30 – 31, 2015 Plitvice Lakes was spectacular, and one day’s time definitely wasn’t…
October 28 – 30, 2015
Third Destination: Split. Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, awesome restaurants, the best ice cream and cake shop, fresh smoothies and nice views from the Marjan forest hilltop.
October 26 – 28, 2015
Korcula, Marco Polo’s birth town, is just a few hours by ferry from Dubrovnik.
October 24 – 26, 2015
It is not a coincidence that Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old red roofs and city walls of the Old Town
Split, Croatia: At Villa Spiza we had our best dinner in Split. This tiny, owner operated restaurant in one of the small alleys of the old town
Split, Croatia: A must for your sweet tooth, when visiting this old Dalmatian Town! Amazing cakes, and huge scoops of ice cream with unusual, varying, yet invariably sumptuous flavors
The best vegetarian/vegan meals are to be found here! This is not just any restaurant, squished in the narrow alleyways of Old Town Dubrovnik.