Hello everybody! You want to spend vacation on a beautiful island of Pag, but you don’t know how to get there. Firstly you get scared how dead does the island look like and now you can’t imagine where is a dock you can board to the boat. Then, when you finally find a port and […]Read More How to get to the island of PAG?
Hello everybody! You can spend a calm vacation in weekend localities Cesarica and Ribarica where you find amounts of private apartments and coves with crystal clear sea. There are some small shops and restaurants, too and you have your own private sea if you vacate in houses next to the sea. Localities are situated 5-6km […]Read More Cesarica & Ribarica
Hello everybody! If you don’t like crowded croatian resorts, I recommend visiting history breathing Karlobag. Town, that was known from the Roman ages was years ago defensive and administrative center thanks to good accessibility through mountain range Velebit by Oštarije Saddle / Stara vrata. Narrow streets between old houses offer you a chance of romantical […]Read More Karlobag
Hello everybody! Solina is a lake powered by many stream flowing down the surrounding hills. Lake lays in south Poland, near border with Slovakia and Ukraine. You can get there from many roads (from south, north, east & west). Biggest town around is Polanczyk which is also one of the biggest destinations there. It’s full […]Read More Lake Solina
Hello everybody! Cestarina – Pay toll – Autobahngebuhr – Pagamento pedaggio. Hell opined in 4 languages. Why hell? Who haven’t traveled to (from) Croatia will never know. Croatian highways are paid, but they don’t have the system that you buy eurovignette on gas station and continue onwards. Always when you entry the highway you get […]Read More Croatian pay tolls
Hello everybody! If you vacate every summer in Croatia, you have to know about long queues on the border of Hungary and Croatia. But can you pass queues without crossing fields /what happened to me once 😀 )? You can, and very simply. You’ll go right through an old border station. You can get there […]Read More The old border of HU/HR
Hello everybody! Do you recognize titles like fritule, šipak or baklava? If no, that’s a huge pity for you, because croatian sweet cuisine is amazing and everyone should try all those things at least once in their lifetime. Palačinke Palačinke – pancakes are made in street pancake markets on large heated plates. You can put on Nutella, nuts, […]Read More Desserts you HAVE to try in Croatia