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Zagreb is the capital city of the Republic of Croatia. It is the largest city in Croatia in terms of population, it has around 800,000 citizens. Zagreb is 'made' of 2 hills, Gradec and Kaptol, and now they are a historical part of the city.
The climate in Zagreb is favorable, during summer the temperature goes up to 30 degrees, and winter is mainly cold with snow and rain. Zagreb is a busy town, there are many events and places to go and things to do. It is special for full cafes even throughout working days. Saturday is a special day for Zagreb citizens. They get dressed nicely and go to the market in the city center, after that they meet their friends and family at cafe bars near flower square. On Sundays, people like to go walking or hiking to parks or hills around Zagreb.
During your stay in Zagreb, you will be able to feel the special energy of the city. Zagreb has many cultural and music events, many galleries, many restaurants, bars, and clubs. Last few years it has been on the top of Europe's most beautiful Christmas markets. If you are visiting Zagreb during winter, you will feel special energy, it’s all about the Christmas spirit. But it is not going to be a miss if you visit it during summer, because of many festivals and events too.

Romantic  Croatia – Top 8 ideas for perfect Valentine's Day in Croatia

Valentine's Day is about to arrive. You may be thinking about spending Valentine's Day with your loved one, but you both know that holidays are not even close yet. Valentine's Day falls on a tricky date – right in the middle of February – so the weather can be very tricky. Spring may arrive early, but winter may return, so we don't know what to expect. February ought to be unpredictable. Christmas and New Year's holidays have recently passed but Easter is not even close yet so I can assume that you spent your free days and some extra budget during the past holiday's so it can turn up to be a problem if you want to have some extra vacation for Valentine's Day. In this post, I will suggest you some interesting destinations in Croatia where you can spend your Valentine's Day cheap and for which you will not need more than a day – so one weekend will be enough. These vacation ideas that I will propose are perfect for short trips, walking tours, sightseeing or hiking. Choose your best option for short Valentine's getaway. These are top 8 ideas for perfect Valentine's Day in Croatia.

You've probably heard about Croatia before so we can assume that you are bored by the claim that Croatia is statistically one of the top European destinations for summer vacation? Croatia is a really good choice if you want to spend your summer holidays here, this is not an empty phrase but we won't repeat facts that you already know ...   Besides, Croatia is a very safe country, we are free to walk through our streets here at almost any time of day (and night) without fear of unpleasant incidents. Families with children say that Croatia provides them with almost everything needed for an ideal family vacation. Truth. Croatian people are very child-friendly. If you, by a case, walk in a bar or a restaurant with your children other guests and stuff will probably rejoice when they see them. Maybe they'll play with them or give them some sweets. But it's not the topic right now. Summer is one of the craziest time of the year here in Croatia. It is full of guests from all over the world, it is festival season and full of content.

Croatian coast is full of beautiful beaches and unpolluted nature. Problem is that the most beautiful beaches are relatively unknown and hard to reach. Some locations are not marked on google maps, so guests (locals and foreigners) do not know how to find a most beautiful, hidden beaches. That's why we decided to ask locals and beautiful sea location hunters to share their recommendations with us. Take a look at our list of the most beautiful hidden beaches in Croatia according to local recommendations.

Main photo by Milan Tomicic, Rab

Pula is the largest city in Istria County of Croatia located at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula. There are numerous things which attract experienced and amateur tourists in this city. However, in this article, I will explore the reasons why you should avoid visiting Pula. Let's go! 

Brijuni National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Istria region. Every year, especially during the summer season, thousands of people from all over the world come to explore its natural beauty. I myself had lately a chance to visit them.

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