Town Umag

Umag is a port city with a picturesque Mediterranean style located on the northwest coast of the beautiful Istrian peninsula. A warm climate with an abundance of sunshine during most months of the year and high quality accommodation make Umag a popular holiday destination.Colourful houses emblazon the town, moulded together by narrow, cobbled streets leading […]


Opatija “pearl Mediterranean”

Opatija sits on the Kvarner Gulf, has a Mediterranean climate and views of Paradise islands. Known as the pearl of the Adriatic Sea, with its rich history, elegance and unrivalled beauty, Opatija has become one the most popular holiday seaside towns in Croatia. Because of its mild Mediterranean climate, and today it is a place […]



Best time to visit Zagreb Best time of year to visit Zagreb is the spring when city parks are full of greenery, but each time it has its charms. Zagreb is magical both in autumn and in winter. In the time of Advent. Visit the free attractions in zagreb Daily ritual of firing The Lotrščak […]



Rovinj was originally an island that was only landed in the second half of the 18th century by embankment. On the sea side, the town is protected by a high rocky coastline and the walls of houses built on the cliffs, and towards the mainland by solid walls. He grew up on his rich fishing […]



Omiš –  a town between the Mosor Mountain located at the foot of the Cetina river. Omiš is located between the Cetina River and the Adriatic Sea. A small historic town is located 25 kilometers south of Split on the Croatian Dalmatian coast. While on the one hand it is bordered by steep Dinara, on […]



Getting to and from Split Airport Transferring between the airport and the city by airport bus, local bus and taxi. Split Card If you’ll be staying in Split for three days or more, be sure to pick up a free Split Card , which gives you free entry to certain museums and galleries, and reduced […]

Cities Highlights


Dubrovnik, called also ‘The Pearl of the Mediterranean’ Dubrovnik is situated in the far south of Croatia, the city was originally called Ragusa and was formed in the 7th century. Over the next five centuries Ragusa expanded and by the 15th century was one of the most important cities in the Mediterranean. The walls that […]