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Christmas markets in Croatia

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We are grateful to our friend and colleague in Croatia, Filipa Marusic for her Guest Blog, showing her local knowledge and experience about Christmas markets in Croatia. To prove Croatia is a not only about sun and sea, each year,  the biggest Croatian destinations are doing their best to bring  attract visitors to the unique… Read more »

Split – the Difference

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This blog will give you better insight into the charm of Split Centre – the quaintly named  ‘Get’ in the heart of Diocletian’s palace and Matejuška, a lesser known place by the seaside, a favourite spot for locals and the place where you can definitely  feel part of the scenery and get a real authentic… Read more »

Fascinating Facts about Dubrovnik

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We know Dubrovnik is an ancient City.  We knew it was steeped in history, but here are a few facts which made even us sit up and take notice.  You learn something new every day… Its claimed that the world’s first commercial pharmacy opened in Dubrovnik in 1317.  Allied to the Monastery then, it is… Read more »

Peka, or ‘cooking under the bell’

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We are grateful to our friend and associate in Split,  Filipa Marusic,  for her local knowledge and sharing her family recipe for this tasty traditional Croatian dish. As well as some fabulous memories and souvenirs of your holiday to Croatia,  you should also bring back  a few traditional Dalmatian recipes. One of the all time… Read more »

Guest Post ‘Goat Town’ by Filipa Marusic

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One of places to visit while in Croatia is definitely the walled City of Trogir. This UNESCO World Heritage town is one of the best preserved coastal towns in terms of cultural heritage and architecture of different art periods and is sometimes called a living city museum. Located close to Split Airport (not on the… Read more »

Getting the Best Value and the Best Holiday

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Earlier this week, the respected travel journalist Simon Calder appeared on BBC Breakfast.  He was accusing travel companies of ripping off the consumer in relation to currency foreign exchange prices, in the immediate wake of Brexit. When we checked, we could see little or no difference between Thomas Cook’s rates and the equally accepted route… Read more »

Guest Post – The People We Were Before by Annabelle Thorpe

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This week on the Completely Croatia blog, we’re very privileged to feature a post from Annabelle Thorpe, author of The People We Were Before. Annabelle reveals the inspirations behind some of the fictional locations in her book (believe it or not, they’re based in Croatia!) and provides her own unique view of the Southern Croatia coastline…. Read more »

Croatia Landmarks – Famous Tourist attractions and sites

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Croatia has it all.  Natural beauty, ancient history and exciting outdoor activities.  Here are some of the famous attractions and sites that have made Croatia a go to destination for film and television companies as well as keeping it on the tourist map since the Grand Tours of the 18th and 19th century. Northern Croatia… Read more »

The Truth About Beaches in Croatia

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Visitors to Croatia often arrive expecting to find endless sandy beaches and classic picture postcard seafronts.  While the country does have these, it also has so much more in terms of sea front real estate.  With the pure blue waters of the Adriatic lapping up against the shoreline of Croatia, any of the county’s beautiful… Read more »

Seven Days in Croatia

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While Seven days in Croatia seems like a short time, you can still make the most of the country and see the best parts of it.  If you only have a week to spare, why not book a trip to beautiful Croatia and enjoy its incredible mediaeval cities, sparkling sea, stunning mountains, verdant forests and… Read more »