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Looking for a safe place to visit after your quarantine? Try Lika, remote region of Croatia

What will travel be like after the coronavirus peaks? Will anyone be traveling at all? A new survey suggests travel is alive and well. And Lika region of Croatia might be just what the people are looking for. A mountainous region in central Croatia, roughly bound by the Velebit mountain from the southwest and the Plješevica mountain from the northeast, Lika is a perfect place to stroll around while maintaining social distancing.

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So, you’ve picked Zagreb and its Christmas Market this year - but what else can you do there?

Planning your Christmas vacation can be stressful, the cold, the crowds, the fickle weather... but it really doesn’t have to be so. You can have it all if you’re just in the right place.

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Foods to try in Croatia: Highly acclaimed Pag island cheese

Gourmet cheese is normally a treasure meant to be shared with family and close friends. You might be tempted to hold onto this cheese for yourself...

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Peka, traditional slow food in Croatia

Foods to try in Croatia: Dalmatian Peka is a slow cooked wonder

If your friend from Croatia offers to make a Peka for you, that means he likes you a lot. Preparing a food in a traditional way, under a heavy iron-cast bell is time consuming and requires a lot of time of perfecting a recipe. Everyone who masters a Peka has his own unique twist, but the food is allways mouth-watering

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Fascinating and bizarre - the unusual islands of Croatia

You don't have to look much further than the 6278 kilometres of Adriatic coast in Croatia to be amazed by the creative power of nature. Wonderfully indented shoreline with numerous coves, pebble and sand beaches are crowned with 1244 islands, islets, cliffs and reefs. Yeah, the numbers seem tremendous for such a tiny country, but if you are travelling to Croatia, you are certainly not looking for quantity but for quality.

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Saint Valentine’s Day, but in a Croatian Way!

When it comes to Saint Valentine's Day in Croatia, there are two places, one sweet candy and a raunchy joke that first come to mind

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Dry stone wall and olives near town of Punat, on the island of Krk

What's the secret of endless dry stone walls near the Adriatic coast

If you’ve visited the Adriatic coast in Croatia, you must have noticed endless stone walls hugging hills and divvying up the countryside. They come in different shapes and sizes. Some are rock solid while others have crumbled into piles of stone

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Christmas Market in Zagreb has begun. Here's what you need to know about it

Christmas Market in Zagreb is only in its ninth year but already maintains a devoted following among travellers in Europe and is expected to shatter attendance records again. It was, after all, voted the best Christmas Market in Europe for three years running

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Have you ever heard about International Necktie Day? Yes, it’s a thing!

There are many things Croatians boast about. Some are true and some are not, but inventing a necktie is usually labelled as a true story. They claim to have started a trend in the 17th century, and in 2008 Croatian Parliament decided that the “International Cravat Day” is to be celebrated on every October the 18th.

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