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Croatian Towns Private Tour: Salona and Trogir from Split
"You can freely change the itinerary as to bets suit you (you can negotiate the duration of the walking tours we can make an extra stop if you wish to and so) just contact us before hand so we can make all the necessary arrangements. ITINERARY: The driver will pick you up at 9 am at the appointed place. The drive towards Salona is only 15 minutes long so we will be there a bit after 9 am and start the walking tour right away.SALONA WALKING TOURTo appreciate Salona you must go there in the proper spirit knowing something at least of the story of the destruction of Roman Salons and of its palmy days in the preceding centuries. You must remember that the sea which has since receded
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Croatian Towns Private Tour: Salona and Trogir from Split
"You can freely change the itinerary as to bets suit you (you can negotiate the duration of the walking tours we can make an extra stop if you wish to and so) just contact us before hand so we can make all the necessary arrangements. ITINERARY: The driver will pick you up at 9 am at the appointed place. The drive towards Salona is only 15 minutes long so we will be there a bit after 9 am and start the walking tour right away.SALONA WALKING TOURTo appreciate Salona you must go there in the proper spirit knowing something at least of the story of the destruction of Roman Salons and of its palmy days in the preceding centuries. You must remember that the sea which has since receded
From EUR104.00
 
Croatian Towns Private Tour: Salona and Trogir from Split
"You can freely change the itinerary as to bets suit you (you can negotiate the duration of the walking tours we can make an extra stop if you wish to and so) just contact us before hand so we can make all the necessary arrangements. ITINERARY: The driver will pick you up at 9 am at the appointed place. The drive towards Salona is only 15 minutes long so we will be there a bit after 9 am and start the walking tour right away.SALONA WALKING TOURTo appreciate Salona you must go there in the proper spirit knowing something at least of the story of the destruction of Roman Salons and of its palmy days in the preceding centuries. You must remember that the sea which has since receded
From EUR104.00

More Local Customs in Croatia

Glagoljica

Many people outside the Slavic-speaking countries do not distinguish between the "Glagoljica" (Glagolitic) and "Ćirilica" (Cyrilic), but they are two completely different alphabets.Historians have...
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Jan 16, 2016

OŽUJSKO beer - domestic beer

One of the most popular local beer in Croatia. Beer is a popular beverage in Croatia. In 2010 Croatia was the 14th country in the world by beer consumption per capita. Approximately one half of the...
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canaglic
Jan 05, 2016

Mjesano meso

One of the most characteristic dishes from Croatia is called "mjesano meso", the mixed grilled meat. It is content of: sausages (kobasice), thin slices of meat roasted on a skewer (raznjici), spiced...
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croisbeauty
Jun 12, 2014

CHEAP ACCOMMODATION IN CROATIA

What we noticed when travelling in Croatia, was the large amount of private homes with accommodation.What you look for is a sign that says 'ZIMMER FREI,' this means there is a room to rent.We stayed...
balhannah
Feb 25, 2012

Opanak

Opanak is handmade and very light leather shoe, inevitable part of the national garb. There are special and very skilful craftsmen who produced this shoes. This kind of the shoe is characteristic for...
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croisbeauty
Oct 19, 2011

National garb of Croatia

Not every region but every place in Croatia have its own garb, very different in style and decorations. All garbs are made excusevilly from the nature fabrics only; wool, coton, hemp and flax....
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Oct 19, 2011
 
 
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Glaglolitsa - the "forgotten" Slavonic alphabet

The "difficulties" of the Cyrillic alphabet are well-known. In quite a few countries with predominantly Slavonic population the official alphabet differs from Roman. It is called as many know...
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GyuriFT
Sep 11, 2011

Coffee Croat-style

Just like their meals, Croats like to draw out a drink of coffee as though they hadn't anything better to do. A typical day can involve three or more coffees in the morning, noon and night. Cafe is...
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croisbeauty
Aug 19, 2011

Cheese from the island Pag.

The island Pag has some of the best cheese in the world.It´s main sheep cheese and it has it´s own unique taste because the island is very barren and a lot of sea salt gets blown on to the island so...
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cachaseiro
Jun 01, 2011

Croatian wine

All of the local wines that I tried (all reds) were good. I was told the best is the Dingac, but I also enjoyed the Viski plavac from the island of Vis and the house red pictured here was pretty...
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acemj
Apr 04, 2011

The Language (habits)

I assure you - its better not to understand every word we say. Especially for your mental health :-)Croatian language is part of slavic languages spoken in mid and eastern Europe. We do - actually -...
my.nr1
Apr 23, 2010

NEW YEAR!!!

I spent New Year in Dubrovnik which was absolutely fantastic. Although it was cold everyone gathered on the main street in the old town where there was a stage, music and LOTS OF FREE CHAMPAGNE!!!! In...
blint
Jan 27, 2008

Language Help

I realised numbers were a very important thing to know. For even if you could ask how much something cost ( Koliko kosta -pronounced koshta) it was useless if you couldn't understand the...
blint
Jan 13, 2008

Worshipping of War Crime Criminals

Although travelling through Croatia is a nice thing to do, the Croatians seem to have a strange habit on worshiping people. For many Croatians the generals of the Croatian army who have committed war...
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Emine_Yilmaz
Sep 21, 2007

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Mihanoviceva 1, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Vlaha Bukovca 6, (currently under reconstruction - reopening 2008), Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia
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Oca Ante Gabrica 43, 21218
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Put Trstenika 19, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Top Things to Do in Croatia

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Ban Jelacic Square -Trg Bana Jelacica

Mandusevac Fountain is very small but nice addition to narrow and long square. There is interesting story behind this simple fountain. This natural springis connected with the founding of the city....
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City walls

The medieval walls of Dubrovnik have protected the city from hostile invasion for centuries. Today, they are a big tourist attraction and provide great views of the Old Town of Dubrovnik. It's a...
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Diocletian's Palace

Diocletian was a late Roman emperor, the only one who voluntarily abdicated his throne. After stepping down, he came to what is now Split to build the palace for his retirement. The city of Split...
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Beautiful Beaches and Coastline

When I visited Vrboska, I noticed people walking on another path, not straight to the beach near. So, I followed them to discover a more interesting place to see and swim, for those who don't mind...
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Beaches

The sea in Cavtat is clean and clear to swim in. There are many places to swim. You can swim from a concrete slab beach where you can hire a lounger and umbrella or just off the rocky edge. The water...
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Roman Amphitheater

Downatirs, in the chambers below the arena, there is a museum showing ancient equipment used in the processing of olive oil. It also has many panels with maps and text explaining the procedure of...
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"Idyllic Croatia"
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"Hrvatska for Europe!"
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"A road trip through Croatia"
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