Collected by Kat Liljegren
Dubrovnik has plenty of traditional handmade goods to purchase. Many of the local artisans can be found set up with their items on the street, while the official shops generally have items from Croatia at large. However, there are many local...
Ćirilometodska ul. 2, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Zagreb's Museum of Broken Relationships has a way of sneaking up on you. When I visited the Croatian capital in Summer 2012, I figured looking at a bunch of objects that were symbols of various heart broken people's failed relationships would be a...
Poljička cesta, Croatia
Simple elegance best explains the Croatian countryside. The light falling through the window created a beautiful setting for lunch with a Croatian family in Polijicka. Leave the city for a few hours to experience Croatian life in the hillside...
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