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There is no doubt that Croatia is a beautiful destination, packed with an interesting history and culture waiting to be explored. Luckily, it’s not too difficult to pack light for a trip to Croatia. I managed to pack for a month of backpacking through Croatia in my trusty 48L REI carry-on backpack. I made a lot of stops during the journey through Croatia but a...

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You may have heard of the popular Plitvice Lakes National Park in central Croatia, but if you are visiting the Dalmatia region along the coast it can be quite the lengthy day trip to get there. The alternative? Visit Krka National Park, Croatia’s lesser known but no less beautiful gem of a park. It’s an easy day trip from Split, only about an hour drive away...

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Along the coast in the Dalmatia region of Croatia sits a town called Šibenik (pronounced shi-beh-nick). With 42,000 inhabitants, it’s about the same size as Dubrovnik but much less popular. Being the big city that it is and the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, you would think it would be more well-known. It was even the first city in Croatia to have electricity! We stopped...

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Sometimes a city takes your breath away and you stare in awe at the life, culture, and colors surrounding you. The small towns and villages are usually the ones that get me… but Split was different. As the second largest city in Croatia right behind Zagreb, the city is a popular transport hub if you are traveling around Croatia. If you are passing through, it’s...

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During my trip around Croatia, I had a tough call to make. I needed to decide if I would head north to Istria or south to Dubrovnik for my last week. In the end, I decided on Dubrovnik because I know I want to spend longer than a single week traveling around Istria. I think I made the right decision in heading south, but I made the wrong...

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Known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is the most popular tourist destination in all of Croatia, and the city is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Even visiting during peak season, it was still an affordable city. It’s also easy to get around, whether by walking or public transportation. The most popular area is Dubrovnik’s Old Town, Stari Grad, defined by its city...

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Just off the coast of Dubrovnik, Croatia lies a small island named Lokrum, measuring less than one mile wide. The beautiful Island of Lokrum is a serene place to spend the day with plenty to see across the island, including peacocks, nude beaches, and a chance to sit on the Iron Throne for those Game of Throne fans, and it even has a well-known legend that...

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There was no way I was visiting Croatia’s Dalmatian coast without visiting at least a few of their islands. So while I was in Dubrovnik, I took advantage of a few of Croatia’s 1100+ islands and went on the Dubrovnik Island-Hopping Cruise in the Elaphites. The Elaphiti Islands are an archipelago made up of a small collection of islands, but only three of them are inhabited – Koločep,...

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