Hum Istria

Istrian Pearls – From Roč to Hum through Aleja Glagoljaša

We only see how small of a country Croatia is when we look at it on the world map. Only a tiny, coloured piece on the map is a small piece of land where there are many cultural, natural, geographical and gastronomic attractions, which today’s travellers deem extremely important when they are getting to know […]

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Pliva waterfall in Jajce

Pliva Waterfall in Jajce one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world

At 22 meters in height, the Pliva Waterfall is one of the most notable features of Jajce. This natural monument is located in the very centre of the town and has been named one of twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world. It is also the only waterfall in the world to create an estuary […]

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via dinarica

Via Dinarica Trail amongst world’s best destinations in 2017

Prestigious National Geographic Traveler included Via Dinarica Trail amongst world’s best destinations in 2017. Via Dinarica, mega-mountaineering and hiking trail, connecting natural and cultural sights in Dinarids, is recognized and acknowledged as a great chance and potential for development, especially for Bosnia and Herzegovina. This way, including Via Dinarica in “Travellers 21 Best of the […]

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Novi Sad Serbia

Novi Sad the “Athens of Serbia” and European Capital of Culture

Novi Sad is unique. For one, is the second largest city of Serbia and the capital of the Vojvodina province, an autonomous region within Serbia with 26 ethnic groups and six official languages. To most foreigners, Serbia’s second city of Novi Sad is synonymous with one thing and one thing only, the annual Exit Festival. […]

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Ostrog Monastery Montenegro

Ostrog Monastery a true miracle and a sacred pilgrimage

Ostrog Monastery is a true miracle, made by joint efforts of nature and mankind. It is a monastery carved into an almost vertical cliff of mountain called Ostroska Greda at the height of 900 meters above sea level. Carved into a sheer vertical cliff, the piercing white Ostrog Monastery is a sacred pilgrimage for Orthodox […]

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Brijuni Islands

Brijuni Islands

Magic Islands A hotel with a private beach, is that even possible here? It is, in Brijuni. Not only a private beach, but a whole island. No crowds, no fighting for a square inch of towel, no doughnut or burek sellers, no loud music from the nearby bar, no looking for a parking spot for […]

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Blagaj Tekija Mostar

Blagaj Tekija, Dervish monastery under a cliff of Buna Spring

Blagaj is a village in Herzegovina, in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 12 km south of Mostar. It stands at the edge of Bišće plain and is one of the most valuable mixed urban and rural structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina, distinguished from other similar structures in its urban layout. Blagaj was most […]

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Split Croatia

Split a great place to see Dalmatian life as it’s really lived

Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and is spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is linked to the Adriatic islands and the Apennine […]

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National park Lake Skadar

Lake Skadar Balkans largest

National park Lake Skadar is the most visited of the 5 national parks in Montenegro. As the name indicates, the main part of the national park is a lake, the Skadar lake which is a 400-500 km2 (varies during the year) fresh water lake on the border between Montenegro and Albania. Dolphin-shaped Lake Skadar (Skadarsko […]

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National Park Tara

National Park Tara oasis of intact and pure nature

National Park Tara is one of five Serbian national parks and it stands out from other parks by its forests of Serbian spruce (a protected species and classified as endangered) , which was discovered by botanist Josif Pančić in 1875. Besides spruce, the park is also characterized by primeval forests of beech and fir. The […]

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