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Cetina river and its spring in Croatia are world famous! This is the longest river in the south part of this country. It is also known for the outstanding beauties such as canyons, river springs, crystal clear waters and cultural heritage that can be found along the river. Cetina river itself is far from being
Often I get questions from many travelers that ask me a lot of information about the Island of Hvar. And I don’t blame them for that, Hvar is indeed one of the champions of Croatian tourism, actually a place where tourism in Croatia was born (already in 1868). With the growth of tourism in Croatia
Stations of the cross in Trogir Croatia 14 stations of the cross will be submersed in Trogir. The first one was submersed today (Jesus was sentenced to death). 50 statues will be submersed in the course of the following years. First station is on the depth of 4 meters (13 feet), so it could easily
Lower Plitvice Lakes morning visit After I’ve spent a night in Hotel Macola (Korenica), it was time to drive back to Plitvice Lakes. Stay at Macola’s was OK, but it was time to move on. I entered the national park shortly after 8:00am (entrance nr 2.) and I was pretty much the first person there.
Rastoke in Slunj After the visit of Rastoke in Slunj, I decided to drive to Plitvice Lakes National Park. Before I left Rastoke, I took some additional pictures of this site. Barac Caves On the way to Plitvice I meandered a little bit and I turned left in Rakovica village, 18 km from Slunj. My
This March, I drove from from Zagreb to Split. I decided to drive along the old road that connects these two towns. 105 km south of Zagreb I stopped in Slunj town. I drove through here many times, but this was the first time I actually stopped. And it was very worth wile! Natural beauty
I would like to share my experience of visiting City Museum of Split. I was there yesterday and first of all I have to say that its location is unique – this is actually a palace inside of a palace. Museum itself is located inside Papalic Palace (that palace is inside the walls of Diocletian’s