The perfect 7 day itinerary for Croatia

First a bit about Croatia Croatia is a croissant-shaped country located in eastern Europe along the Adriatic Sea, with the Dinaric Alps bordering the other side. It’s made up of a thousand islands—1,185 islands to be exact, with only 50 populated. Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik are its main cities. The country has ~5,900 km of … Continue reading The perfect 7 day itinerary for Croatia

How to spend 48 hours in Split

Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. Whether or not to spend 2 days in Split a highly debated topic amongst travelers, but it’s a fiercely unique port city with its own quirks, and very different in composition from Dubrovnik and Zagreb. I think it’s definitely … Continue reading How to spend 48 hours in Split

How to spend 48 hours in Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of Croatia. It is a vibrant and a historical city and should be part of your Croatian itinerary. The best thing is not many others will agree, so you will find yourself in a non-touristy city which will serve to give you a flavor of how modern-day, … Continue reading How to spend 48 hours in Zagreb

How to spend 48 hours in Dubrovnik

A walled city of 60,000 people, Dubrovnik is something out of a fairytale. Unfortunately, everyone seems to know it already, so every place is teeming with tourists, and no low season either these days or so I hear. Dubrovnik was already quite a favorite with the Western Europeans because of its low costs, now the … Continue reading How to spend 48 hours in Dubrovnik

12 hours in Mostar

Mostar looked considerably more decrepit than Sarajevo (Read about my trip to Sarajevo) but it was also more quaint, greener and of course, cheaper. The old town was terribly crowded when we visited—most tourists do a day trip to Mostar, rarely staying over (we did the same, though I’d wanted to stay over, to catch … Continue reading 12 hours in Mostar