My vacation in Croatia was rather atypical for me. Apart from exploring some cities and national parks, I mainly spent my time relaxing on the beach. Pure indulgence!
The last destination of my stay in Croatia was also the least touristy: the island of Vis. This island used to be a military base (up to 1989). Therefore, it is not yet that developed for toursists. However, that was just what I wanted. So, I simply spent my time lazying around and enjoying the island life on Vis and the neighbouring island of Biševo. Continue reading Green Hills and Blue Caves
Hvar is known to be a party island. However, it is also suitable for relaxing and doing nothing – being a Croatian island, it also has sun and beach to offer. Continue reading Relaxing on the Party Island
Split is also overrun with tourists – even now, after the end of high season. So, I tried to explore the city at rather uncommon times, and visit rather uncommon places. This way, I got spend some nice time in the city. Continue reading Split away from the tourist hordes
For the last one-and-a-half days, I explored the oldtown of Trogir – at a very relaxed pace. Continue reading Trogir for the Relaxed
The last two days I spent in Šibenik, exploring both the city as well as the nearby Krka waterfalls. Continue reading Empty Streets and Crowded Paths
In the past two days, I took advantage of the location of Zadar at the sea: I spent one day lazying around at the beach, and one day on a boat trip to the islands along the coast. Continue reading The Balkans are at the sea!
Today, I did the tourist thing: On my way from Zagreb to the coast, I visited Plitvice Lakes National Park. Continue reading Cyrstal Clear and Torquise
The Balkans start at Vienna, it is said. Today, I found out that Vienna is located in the middle of the Balkans – it is called Zagreb, though. Continue reading Vienna is in the Balkans!