my friends and I are going to visit Jadar in July for the weekend only (Thursday-Monday morning).
I'm actually interested in hiking the Vela Straza in Dugi Otok for the view, but I kind of doubt it is possible because of the ferry departing schedule and the time needed for the hike.
Any idea for a possible daily trip to the nature (hiking or trekking for instance), something which is non-water related but rather view-point related (either to the nearby islands or around Zadar mainland…
This summer I'm going to Eastern Europe with my girlfriend, traveling by car, sleeping in a tent. We are looking for nature: the "rough" spots & the "secret" places. Not the touristic stuff!
Who knows spots like that? Hidden beaches, remote campings, motorcross, cliff jumping, kayak, bareboat; any tip is welcome!
I'm planning vacations across Europe this summer (in fact in the very high season - 23 July-6 August - but there's no other way) and during one week we will stay in Croacia. Our plan is as follows:
30 - Arriving in Zagreb (by train, from Budapest)
31 - Zagreb- Plitvička Jezera and in the end of the day we will continue to Dubrovnik probably by car (or by bus?)
Then we will stay in a good place in Hvar to rest before the return trip to Portugal :)
I would like to do a day trip from Dubrovnik to Krka. What is the best way to do it - can I book an organized day trip through one of the local tour companies? Or will I need to rent a car? Or hire a boat?
I apologize for my english.
Me and my better half, both later twenties, are traveling to Croatia in July this summer.
We have heard a lot of good stuff about Split, Brac and Baska Voda and now we would like tips on which order we should visit them (possibly Dubrovnik too).
What is the easiest/cheapest order to visit these places?
Which Must's are on the way?
If you were to choose between Kotor Bay and Mostar for a day trip from Dubrovnik, which would you pick? I'm looking for a place that will offer something slightly different from Croatia, though open as to whether this is town or countryside.
My initial thought was to go to Mostar, given how popular it seems to be. However having looked at it, apart from the bridge there doesn't seem to be much difference between there and many of the other historic cities I'll be visiting, unless I…
I did some searching and it seems like the answers do not agree on this, so I will ask for more up to date information.
We will be traveling to Croatia this weekend (arrive June 19-depart Dubrovnik July 1). We are two adults, on foot with minimal bags (e.g. no cars/bikes/etc). We plan to take a combination of Krilo, Jadrolinija and the G&V fast ferry (the G&V would be just for Mljet to Dubrovnik) - the itinerary is as follows: Split - Hvar - Korcula - Mljet - Dubrovnik. I saw on the Krilo…
I am travelling to Croatia this summer and I want to hire a car for the begining of my trip. I arrive at Zagreb and I will be heading South. I would like to drop the car off in Hvar, but I am having trouble finding a company that allows this drop off. Do any of you know if this is possible?
If you had 48 hours in Zagreb or Dubrovnik (in summer) - what would you do? I'm a foodie and a Game of Thrones fan, but really, I am open to all kinds of suggestions.
Hit me with your favourite places and activities! :-)
Thanks a lot!
Zagorje is a hilly region an hour drive north west of Zagreb. The nature there is beautiful for sure, but the region bursts with history too.
Possible to visit some attractions on a day trip from Zagreb, but definitely worth staying a few days; plenty of hiking opportunities.
I took the only morning bus from Zagreb's main bus station at 6.45 and arrived in Kumrovec at 8 which was an hour too early for the Staro Selo museum. I hiked along the road to Zagorska Sela, up to Zagorska…