Boat trips are a must when you’re in Croatia. There are so many islands to explore so it’s hard to choose! During my stay in Split I did a boat trip to the Blue Caves at Bisevo and Hvar. Here’s everything you need to know about my trip!
A road trip is the best way to explore Croatia, one of the most diverse countries I’ve ever been to. It has fantastic cities, cute little towns, amazing national parks with incredible nature, paradise islands and a dreamy coastline. So it would be a shame to visit just one or two places during your stay. Don’t have a driving license or don’t feel like driving yourself? Don’t panic! Croatia has a very practical and cheap bus network …
Knightfall is a new TV series that was recorded during my stay in Dubrovnik. I got the chance to play paparazzi, but I had no
I visited the island Mljet during my trip through Croatia. Luckily there were no other people on the tour so I had a private guide!
When in Dubrovnik you must take the cable car! The view is amazing and the cocktails delicious! Find all episodes of the Croatia vlogs
“How did you plan your trip through Croatia?” is a question I received multiple times. I traveled through Croatia for 16 days on a budget and it was an amazing experience visiting several cities and national parks. And guess what? It wasn’t even that hard to create the perfect itinerary! First tip; book early! Having “said” that, let’s continue!
Enjoy my first day of exploring Dubrovnik! I walked the city walls and wandered through the little streets. Find all episodes of the Croatia
I arrived exhausted and hungry in Dubrovnik after a 5 hour bus ride, but the view of Dubrovnik from the apartment’s terrace made it all OK! Apartment Lucic at Peline Street probably has the best view of the whole town! (I’m not joking or exagerating, it’s the absolute truth!)