Since 600 A.D. Croats live in a land of unique beauty, in an area where the Alpine, Pannonian and Mediterranean regions of the Central-European geographical, architectural and cultural sphere converge.
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Coastal belt stretching along the blue Adriatic sea, Dalmatia and Croatia’s thousand Islands, are well known tourist destination, but there is more to explore in continental Croatia as well.
- Bol on Brac
- Knin fortress
- Krka canyon
- Fortifications and Castles in Croatia 1, 2
- Makarska riviera
- Split – Diocletian’s Palace
- Sveta Nedelja
- Zagorje and Zagorje once upon a time
- Zagreb (Gradec, Kaptol, Zrinjevac, Jarun, Mirogoj…)
- Zagreb in summer on local lakes and swimming pools
- Brac and Hvar Islands
Historic locations with architecture and archeological findings stretching back for thousands of years, if not blend in today’s cities, can be found in most amazing places surrounded by pristine beauty of the nature.
All the regions of Croatia will introduce you to a blend of Central-European and Mediterranean culture, cuisine and hospitality.
Once you end up on Croatian side of the Adriatic bevanda is no longer any drink…
Every region of Croatia has its own distinct culinary specialties. Despite of differences a lot of dishes is prepared all across the country, sometimes in slight variations. Answer to that can be found in different cultural and political powers influencing different parts of Croatia throughout the history.
Croatian gastronomic dishes stretch from continental central-European to Mediterranean flavors of Istria and Dalmatia
Take a peek in to grandmas recipe book…
Hope you’ll enjoy it as much we did!