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Biograd na Moru, Croatia
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Sunset over the Adriatic sea in Croatia... Biograd Na Moru  Croatia
The Memorable Adriatic Sea Cruise Biograd Na Moru  Croatia
Sunset over the Adriatic sea in Croatia... Biograd Na Moru  Croatia
The Memorable Adriatic Sea Cruise Biograd Na Moru  Croatia

Sunset over the Adriatic sea in Croatia...

Although more and more tourists are getting to discover the beauties of this picturesque country, it succeeded to avoid mass tourism so far.
Croatia was a popular holiday spot for the tourists of the former East European socialist block's countries (with that little difference that back in those decades
it was part of Yugoslavia), but its reputation in tourism is much older than that. It reaches back to the Austro-Hungarian Empire's golden days, that lasted until World War 1, and had a renaissance in the 1920's-1930's, and continued even while World War 2 was already devastating the continent. Like many others, my grandparents also spent their honeymoon there.

No matter what season it is, my boyfriend and I drive down to Croatia 4-5 times a year,
mostly to spend short weekends in one of their beautiful towns, and sometimes to rent a house on a tiny island for a week, and just to get away from the 21st century...

Fascinating landscapes, medieval villages, elegant towns of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, remnants of the Roman Empire, great seafood, countless lovely restaurants, lots of vineyards and good wine...

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over 3 years ago

The Memorable Adriatic Sea Cruise

There is nothing that can match the thrill of cruising over the magnificent Adriatic sea. I had always heard about the art, architecture, history, amazing landscape and coastline of Croatia but i got to experience in only last year when i decided to take a cruise over the Adriatic sea along Croatia.

It was quite easy to book a cruise, for there are many options available. The cruise began from Split. During the one week long cruise, I got the chance to visit many islands, villages and small cities in Croatia including Brac, Makarska, Jelsa, Hvar, Vis town and Sesula. During the week, we usually sailed through the day time to arrive at our destination during late afternoons and left early in the morning, with occasional stops for swim spots. There was enough time to experience the food and the beautiful evenings of each place. The crew and the fellow passengers were very nice and kind.

I usually had breakfast and lunch at the ship and dinner in the town that we were visiting. I would go around the town to experience the culture of the place in the limited time that i had in hand.