A Tour Guide’s Guide to Hvar Travel – All You Need to Know

A Tour Guide’s Guide to Hvar Travel – All You Need to Know

Note: This Guide to Hvar travel is part of my Tour Guide’s Super-Guide to Croatia. It includes al possible info from my years working on the Adriatic, and includes places to explore, viewpints, adventures, sunset spots, restaurants, bars, nightlife, and more. Check my super-guide for some preliminary Croatia info that would be useful for this guide! Like

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October 18, 2016

A Tour Guide’s Travel Guide to Korčula Island, Croatia

A Tour Guide’s Travel Guide to Korčula Island, Croatia

Note: This travel guide to Korčula town on Korčula Island, Croatia comes from my 3 years of experience there and will go into restaurants, old town, swimming, nightlife, accomodation, and more. It is part of my Tour Guide’s Super-Guide to Croatia. Click to see the rest, and for some preliminary Croatia info that would be useful for

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October 13, 2016

Ultra Europe Review + Ultra Croatia Festival Guide

Ultra Europe Review + Ultra Croatia Festival Guide

Ultra Europe, or Ultra Croatia as it is often called, is one of many famous Ultra festivals around the world. It is also one of Croatia’s, Europe’s up and coming festival capital, top festivals. Held near the center of Croatia’s largest coastal city, Split, Ultra provides for the best combination of beach time and dancing. 

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June 29, 2016

Visiting Zagreb: Showcasing Croatia’s Lesser-Known Personality

Visiting Zagreb: Showcasing Croatia’s Lesser-Known Personality

When most people think of Croatia, they think of its beautiful coastline and crystal clear waters. Many people visit the country to get some sun and have a realizing getaway near the water. But, given it’s geography and upside-down “U” shape, Croatia actually has two separate ‘personalities.’ One half of the country is a a beautiful rocky island-dotted coastline with a warm mediterranean climate, seen on many Pinterest posts and travel topics, and the other half tells quite a different story. The country’s capital, which is farther north and more inland, is part of a region of Croatia that is much more comparable to other Eastern European countries than with its coastal counterpart. This capital is called Zagreb.

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August 11, 2015