Zadar Region Tourist Board posted a link
Thanks to its flourishing culinary scene and bustling nightlife, the seaside city of Zadar is fast becoming known as Croatia's ‘capital of cool’. With a Unesco-protected Old Town, Roman ruins, Adriatic sunsets and the unique sea organ, this rising city can no longer be kept a secret. And if you want to venture further afield, the northern Dalmatian hinterland has an abundance of attractions to explore. @LonelyPlanet ☀️ Author @AdrianaKupresak #BestinTravel #SayYESToEverything #SayYEStoZaDAr
Matador Network posted a link
The best beer experiences happen in smaller cities around the continent where you’re free of the crowds of St. James Gate or Oktoberfest and can actually chat it up with locals who are just as passionate about their brews.
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Croatia has something for all interests, with historic old towns, sparkling sea for swimming and kayaking, and beautiful hiking trails. See a bit of them all on this 8-day itinerary that takes in some of Croatia's gems: the lovely cities of Split, Dubrovnik, and nearby national parks and islands for wilderness adventures.
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We're not kidding you — these travel destinations actually exist and aren't a figment of your imagination. Be prepared to have your mind blown as you browse through these amazing photos, and, perhaps, even visit yourself.
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