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!
Boat trips are always exciting! The speed, the wind, the sea splashing in your face and the taste of salt during the complete day!
Here’s another Croatia vlog showing my boat trip to Bisevo – Vis – Pakleni islands – Hvar.
If you think Rome is the only place where you can admire some splendid Roman architecture, you’re wrong! Split’s old city center; mainly consisting of Diocletian’s Palace, has some amazing Roman architecture to offer as well!
Diocletian’s Palace forms an important part of Split’s old city center. It’s not just a building that is a palace. It’s rather a town within a town. The palace consists of Diocletian’s living quarters, temples to worship the gods, a cathedral, cellars, the peristyle and many narrow alleyways. Everything is surrounded by the old city walls containing 4 gates.
Bepa! is a fantastic and unique restaurant situated within the old city walls of Split in Croatia. I was super excited finding it at the beautiful town square Narodni trg. Bepa! distinguishes itself by the different look of its terrace, its menu and the way the food is prepared and served.
Split is one of those cities that is becoming more popular by the day. It is the second largest Croatian city after Zagreb. Only recently discovered by city trippers, who fly to this gorgeous city for just a short visit to enjoy the cultural heritage, the food, the shops and the beach…