Money Week Features Hvar in 4 Great Holidays for Wine Lovers; Paul Bradbury; Total Croatia News

Hvar wine tourism is booming, and that message is going international. Money Week features Croatia’s sunshine island in its top wine holiday ideas.

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7 places being ruined by cruise ships; Talia Lakritz; Business Insider

Here are seven places that have been negatively impacted by cruise ships, and how they’re working to recover.

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Welcome to Dubrovnik: The Pearl of the Adriatic; Rebecca Underwood; Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

Dubrovnik, in the southern region of Croatia and the Dalmatian province, borders the Federation of Bosnia Herzegovina and the Republic of Montenegro and is encircled…

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Mountains, rivers and cycle trails: Why THIS destination is the best for active holidays; Metro

Source: Mountains, rivers and cycle trails: Why THIS destination is the best for active holidays

Sailing in Croatia – Beaches & Beauty Spots in the Adriatic Sea; Molly; Piccavey

Sailing in Croatia along the Adriatic coast. Discover over 1200 islands in this stunning balkan country. Yacht charters in Croatia are probably the best…

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Four Coastal Cities in Croatia Perfect for Part-Time European Living; Tricia A Mitchell; International Living

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Cheap hotels in Dubrovnik and budget-friendly apartments to bookmark; Julie Delahaye; Mirror

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Rastoke & Plitvice Lakes National Park Tour from Zagreb; Get Your Guide

Discover the beauty of Croatia’s oldest and most visited national park, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. On a small-group guided tour, you’ll experience nature at its finest and enjoy breathtaking views of lakes and waterfalls in Plitvice Park.

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CLIA works with City of Dubrovnik to Protect Cultural Heritage; Maritime Executive

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Croatia Deepens Ties With US Beyond ‘Game of Thrones’; Natalie Liu; VoA

Croatia is known to most Americans for its picturesque walled city of Dubrovnik, the setting for many of the scenes in the immensely popular television series Game of Thrones. That is a source of satisfaction for Croatia’s ambassador in Washington, Pjer Šimunović. But he also wants Americans to recognize his country as a security partner contributing to the U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan and elsewhere, as well as an increasingly notable economic and trade partner, including as a major importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), a rising field in American business.

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These International Hiking Trails Will Test Your Limits; Kaitlyn McInnis; Askmen

The world’s best hiking trails.

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The 18 most beautiful places to visit in Croatia; Gabriel S; TravelTipy

About to discover Croatia? Don’t know where to start? Here are the 18 most beautiful places to visit in Croatia., from big cities to the Croatian wilderness…

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Top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe; KC Dermody; Trips To Discover

If you’re not sure where you want to go next, you might want to consider planning a trip around a…

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From Zagreb: Plitvice Lakes and Rastoke Day trip with Ticket; Get Your Guide

Spend a day exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Plitvice Lakes National Park. Drive through the picturesque hinterland and explore the Upper and Lower Lakes by foot, boat and tram.

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Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik; Filipa Marusic; Total Croatia News

A look at yet another valuable piece of UNESCO heritage – the Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik. The cathedral was constructed between 1431 to 1535, works that lasted for almost 105 years.

Source: UNESCO World Heritage Site – Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik

Croatia’s Startlingly Beautiful National Parks, Ranked; Leandro Beabout; Fodor’s

Croatia’s pebbled beaches have long been a siren song to northern and central European vacationers, but the country’s tourism industry soared when the medieval city of Dubrovnik became a key filming location for HBO’s staggeringly popular Game of Thrones series. But Croatia is so much more than a walled fortress on the Dalmatian coast. It’s too easy to miss out on the small country’s shocking variety of landscapes: the Dinaric Alps, the low mountains and cliffs hugging the coast, the dozens of islands, and the lush forests in the interior of the country.

Source: Croatia’s Startlingly Beautiful National Parks, Ranked

Nature lovers will enjoy stunning lakes, waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park; Norman Llamas; Stars And Stripes

Since Norman Llamas and his family arrived in Italy and heard about Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, they have been planning to visit there.

Source: Nature lovers will enjoy stunning lakes, waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park

8 Cities In Europe You Have To Visit; Alex Arsenych-De Castro Society19

Are you looking to plan a European backpacking trip, but don’t know where to go? Alex Arsenych De Castro has a list of 8 cities that you have to travel to…

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Dubrovnik Residents Win Battle Against ATM’s in Historic Old City; Lauren Simmonds; Total Croatia News

According to the proposed modifications for the openings of buildings located in the historic core of the City of Dubrovnik, it is forbidden to set up ATM machines as well as other devices, as well as advertising cabinets.

Source: Dubrovnik Residents Win Battle Against ATM’s in Historic Old City

Iconic Sibenik attraction open to the public after two-year renovation; HINA

St. Nicholas’ Fortress, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, formally opened its doors to visitors after a two-year-long renovation. In the last three years, about five million kuna (EUR 675,000) was spent on the revamping this fortress, and 4 million was set aside by the Sibenik-Knin County…

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