Zagreb city guide

Zagreb city guide
The Croatian coast and its luxury resorts have overshadowed Zagreb for a long time. They are not that far away from the city, but the seaside feels like an entirely different country. Zagreb is relatively small for a capital and it’s not very crowded either. You’ll see a tourist here and there, but they’re usually just passing through. There’s this pleasant, tightly knit community feeling here. It’s like being in a small town where everyone knows each other. Visit the Dolac Market and you’ll see what I’m talking about. It has been Zagreb’s main trading area since 1930. Dolac is divided into two parts: one is above the ground and the second below. The first one showcases different kinds of produce. You can buy vegetables, fruit but also preserves like jams, chutneys, and stu...
Zagreb city guide

Dubrovnik city guide

Dubrovnik city guide
There is one essential thing you need to pack for your trip to Dubrovnik: a pair of really good sunglasses. Not only to look fabulous but to protect your eyesight. This city is dazzling, I don’t mean the glamour; it actually is very bright. Some call it the Pearl of the Adriatic and I can see why. The light beams from the waves reflect straight onto Dubrovnik’s white walls. It’s like an underwater scene from the Little Mermaid. These are not simple fortifications. These walls have survived innumerable volleys of cannonballs over the years. Even ground-splitting earthquakes or devastating civil wars during the breakup of former Yugoslavia were not enough to take it all down. Dubrovnik can you give a sense of perpetual déjà vu, especially if you’re a fan of Game of Thrones. Yes, th...
Dubrovnik city guide
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