Favorite fan photos

We have proof. Our Facebook fans have an eye for beauty and a talent for capturing it. Take a look...

What is “typically Croatian” food? Istrian cuisine, part 2/3

In part two of this three-part post, prominent food blogger Lada Radin serves us some info on what to expect...

Sea-salt chocolate, Judas, and one big toe

Often referred to as Croatia’s Bethlehem, Nin is Croatia’s oldest royal city and cradle of the Croatian state. Located 14...

Wine of the week: Vrbnicka zlahtina 2011, PZ Vrbnik

After Party This wine fulfills all the criteria for those important moments after the main event, when the night is...

Big Picture: Sablicevo Beach

Rijeka is often bypassed for other coastal destinations, but it has gorgeous beaches, too. Check out this photo of sunny...

Have you tried Croatia’s first national cocktail?

What do the Mojito, Cuba Libre and Caipirinha have in common? They are all created using foods and beverages specific...

An introduction to Croatian wine – Embracing Heritage (3)

In the last two installments of this three-part post, leading wine expert Sasa Spiranec provided insight into wine culture in...

What is “typically Croatian” food? Istrian cuisine, part 1/3

In this three-part post, prominent food blogger Lada Radin tackles this common question, providing a savory summary of what to...

Favorite fan photos

We are nothing less than thrilled with the interaction our fans (42,500 and counting!) are engaging us in on Facebook...

Big Picture: Jelsa

Situated in the central part of Hvar, considered the king among the Dalmatian islands, Jelsa was founded as a port...

An introduction to Croatian wine – Embracing Heritage (2)

Last week in part 1 of this three-part series leading expert Sasa Spiranec provided a background to wine culture in...

Big Picture: View from Hvar

Taken from Hotel Hvar on the mega-fashionable island of the same name, this photo can provide a hint as to...

Big Picture: Breezing by Hvar, Brac and Vis

This photo was taken from the island of Vis, the most well preserved and least explored of Croatia’s islands.

Zadar 2.0 – Urban Installations

Story has it that in 1964 Alfred Hitchcock, stunned by the amazing colors of the sunset he witnessed from his...

Was King Arthur Dalmatian?

Did you know that Lucius Artorius Castus, a general of the Roman army who lived and died in Podstrana, outside...

Photo gallery: Garden sets Tisno in motion

No less than 15 to 20 thousand visitors are expected at this year’s Garden Festival in Tisno on the island...

Big Picture: Pula Arena

The only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers and all three Roman architectural orders preserved entirely, the arena...

Big Picture: Sailing

Sailing takes you places…With over 1000 islands to choose from, there’s plenty to explore by boat along the alluring, azure...

Blue Cave

Blue cave (Modra spilja) is one of one of the most beautiful of the Adriatic’s natural attractions. It is located...

Big Picture: Breathtaking view on the island of Vis

Of all the inhabited Croatian islands, Vis is the farthest from the coast. The island’s vegetation is lush, and much...

56 new reasons to visit Zagreb’s Maksimir

If the sheer romance of the gentle, rolling hills; winding, tree-lined alleys; magnificent, manmade lakes; lush, thick woods; and charming,...

Five things to love about Zagreb

Conventional wisdom has it that Zagreb lies dormant in the summer months while life goes on elsewhere – namely, along...

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Welcome to Like Croatia, your definitive source of information on what to do, where to go, where to eat, and how...