Croatia

best cities in croatia for digital nomads

7 Best Towns & Cities In Croatia For Digital Nomads

It’s easy to see why remote workers might be tempted by this corner of the Balkans. Pebble beaches washed by teal-blue sea, a mix of Slavic and Italian cooking, handsome medieval towns, Roman ruins – it’s all on the menu. But what are the best towns and the best cities in Croatia for digital nomads? That’s what this guide is all about. Here...

best croatian islands for couples

Adriatic Romance: The 7 Best Croatian Islands For Couples

Calling all honeymooners – pure romance awaits on the best Croatian islands for couples. These are places that offer heart-string-pulling trips to the lands of Dalmatia and beyond. They’re the rocks where you and your other half will come to understand the allure of the Adriatic, its sparkling waters, and terracotta-topped towns. Our guide picks out just seven...

one week in Split

One Week In Split: A 7-Day Itinerary For The Historic City

So, you’re planning one week in Split. How about a tailor-made itinerary that will ensure you don’t miss a thing in this enthralling town on the side of the glimmering Adriatic Sea? This seven-day jaunt through the second-largest city in Croatia not only takes in the eye-watering ancient and medieval wonders of the old town, but also the idyllic coves and...

Is Pula Worth Visiting

Is Pula Worth Visiting? 7 Reasons You Should Visit

Is Pula worth visiting? This small, remotely located city isn’t on a lot of bucket lists or itineraries. It sits at the very tip of the lovely Istrian Peninsula, with sloshing Adriatic waters on one side and rolling olive farms on the other. We think it’s certainly worth considering… The town is mainly known for its striking Roman amphitheatre...

nightlife in Croatia

5 Hedonistic Destinations For Nightlife In Croatia

There’s some pretty darn hedonistic nightlife in Croatia. So, don’t worry if you’re heading here to taste the good-vibes living of the Med. We don’t think you’ll leave disappointed. However, it’s a good idea to do your homework before jetting over to the land of Aleppo pines and rakija, because not everywhere in this nation likes...

Greece or Croatia

Greece Or Croatia? Which Mediterranean Destination Is Better?

Will it be Greece or Croatia this year? Now that’s a tough one. These are two beautiful and popular Mediterranean destinations, both with an abundance of culture and history, stunning natural landscapes, sun-drenched beaches, delicious food packed with goodies from land and sea, unique histories wrapped up in tales of Byzantine empires and Ottoman sieges – you...

cheapest places to live in Croatia

Cheapest Places to Live in Croatia: 7 Affordable Destinations

One of the safest countries in the world with a gorgeous Mediterranean climate, Adriatic coastline, and Balkan prices, Croatia is a wonderful summer retreat but also a land of low-cost living. There’s a high chance you’ve considered Croatia for a vacation, but if it isn’t on your radar for your move abroad, it’s about to be.  Croatia is known for its picturesque...

best places to visit in Croatia in September

The 7 Best Places To Visit In Croatia In September

Don’t go thinking that just because the summer’s over that the glinting waters of the Adriatic Sea and the resorts of Dalmatia are no longer a-go. Not so. There are oodles of cracking spots in this corner of Europe to visit for a late-season trip. But where are the best places to visit in Croatia in September? This guide has you covered on that count. It...

nightlife in Split

Nightlife in Split: 7 Best Bars & Nightclub Venues

If you want to party in Croatia, Split is the place to visit. By day, Split is a city of hustle and bustle, with thriving seafront cafés, heaving ancient streets and notoriously noisy market vendors. And the city doesn’t slow down after dark. From beachside bars to underground clubs, nightlife in Split is a guaranteed good time. It’s no wonder the city holds such a...

zagreb vs split

Zagreb Vs Split? Croatian Capital Or Seaside City?

Zagreb Vs Split is a choice between the two largest cities in Croatia. But it’s not quite that simple. These two destinations are actually very different. Very different indeed. One is the vibrant capital, while the other sits plum on the sun-kissed shores of the Adriatic Sea. One has over 760,000 inhabitants, while the other has just shy of 200,000. The...