Dubrovnik, known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, is located at the southern most part of Croatia and we believe it is one of the most breathtaking cities in Europe. With it’s crystal blue water contrasting with the white limestone and red terra cotta roofs of the old city, it is a place that you will be instantly charmed by.
Hvar, a charming island in Croatia off the Dalmatian coast in the Adriatic Sea has quickly moved it’s way up to my favorite place in the world. Yes, you heard that right. This is my favorite place I have EVER been for countless reasons, and because of that, I am very excited to tell you about this incredible island that now means so much to us.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is a city rich of history with friendly locals and delicious food. It is often overlooked by tourists who come to Croatia to travel the popular Dalmatian Coast, but provides a great addition to any Croatia trip to see a different side of Croatia. While Zagreb is an easy city to visit and enjoy, you don’t need more than a couple days here to see the highlights and gain appreciation for this city.
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If you are looking for a charming, affordable, easy to visit city in the heart of Europe, Prague is your answer.
From all the places we’ve gone, we’ve never loved a place as quickly as we did Prague. Every cobblestone street we turned on seemed more magical than the last. The views were incredible anywhere we were, the food was delicious, the people were extremely welcoming and the things to see and do were endless. We could have spent a month there without getting bored.
Because there is an overwhelming amount of things to do (and eat) in Prague, here is a short guide to help you plan your trip.