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Island Hopping in Croatia: Perfect Way to Experience the Adriatic

Croatian islands are blissful summer escapes. They are scattered like pearls across the shimmering Adriatic sea, each with its own identity, history and traditions. From the beach-to-beach kayak riding experience to sailing around in a rented boat, Adriatic island hopping is an absolute must-try for a modern traveller.

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Hiking In Croatia: Have fun exploring coastal and mountain trails

Croatia is one of Europe's premium travel destinations, with its sparkling coastline strewn with islands, ancient cities, national parks and more experiences than you could count. But, there is a secret not many people are aware of - Croatia has great hiking trails!

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Great reasons to take a glamping holiday in Croatia

If you want to experience the great outdoors but don't want to sacrifice comfort, you should try glamping. Glamping combines "glamour" and "camping" elements and invites guests to experience nature up close while satisfying their desires for comfort and modern amenities. It could be one of the best ways to experience Croatia.

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Unusual museums in Croatia for the curious traveler

Did you know that a popular nickname for the Croatian capital Zagreb is "The City of Museums" since it has the most museums per capita in the world. Though a small country, Croatia has many bizarre and unique museums.

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Vis island - Mediterranean getaway frozen in time

Vis, this tiny Croatian island with beautiful beaches, 17th-century architecture and excellent seafood restaurants might be a revelation for many. The unspoiled beauty leaves you breathless. Because of a historical oddity, Vis Island never developed tourist industry and still remains unspoiled

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Why visit one of seven car-free Croatian islands? Because it is great way to filnally relax!

Breaking away from the pack and spending time in secluded vacation spots is all the rage, especially if you can keep plenty of personal space without sacrificing proximity to the top attractions

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Things to do in Istria: Landmarks, towns and food!

Istria was made for feasting at the table –wherever you go, you will find restaurants at farms, wineries and olive oil producers. Ancient walled cities perching on hilltops stand guard over the landscape and the coast is dotted with trendy resorts and gorgeous beaches.

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North American travel advisors back to Europe: Impressions of Croatia

"The people of Croatia are the most kind, warm-hearted and have a great sense of fun and humor", said Janine Stagg, one of eight North American travel advisors who took an 8-day RealCroatia's FAM trip from Zagreb to Dubrovnik. Croatia is opened to US travellers, so it was a logical choice for the first European trip of American travel agents in over a year.

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Dubrovnik - Pearl of the Adriatic

No trip to Croatia is complete without a visit to Dubrovnik, which used to be an independent city-state and a small democracy of merchants and diplomats, whose posh villas are still scattered across the region and the nearby islands. Dubrovnik County is situated in the far south of Croatia, which is why it is also the sunniest part of the country and has the warmest climate- that’s even subtropical in some places.

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