Dubrovnik

From Split we took a 4.5 hour bus ride to Dubrovnik, yet again an UNESCO city. (Recognizing a common theme?) The drive was spectacular. To cross from Split to Dubrovnik, one has to cross the Bosnia and Herzegovina border which means a quick stop where everyone gets off to buy cheap cigarettes. Dubrovnik claim to fame is its […]

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Split and Trogir

After experiencing cold, wet and rainy Zagreb we decided to take the first train out to Split. When we left Zagreb it was snowing… The train ride we took was super pretty and we experienced all 4 seasons in the 7 hour ride! 2 hours into the ride we were near Plitvice National Park and […]

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Jelsa

From Split we took a ferry ride to the town of Jelsa on Hvar island. I had booked a little studio apartment on Airbnb for some rest and relaxation, it was only $30/night and steps from the sea. When we arrived the sun was setting and it was beautiful! I couldn’t stop taking photos. Town […]

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Zagreb

We arrived in Zagreb for the Easter holiday. It rained the entire time and everything was closed. The hostel we stayed at (***Malik***) had only one good thing; we managed to get our laundry done for free due to the kindness of a hostel staff. Other than that we had a bad impression of the hostel: […]

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Plitvice Lakes National Parks

We arrived in Croatia at the start of the Easter long-weekend. We checked the weather forecast for Plitvice Lakes National Park for the long weekend and it was going to be…rain on Saturday and snow on Sunday. So rain it was. The Zagreb bus terminal turned out to be very confusing and bureaucratic. One could […]

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