The expensive yachts are clanging against the palm-tree-dotted marina and groups are gathering in seafront bars, just as they did six years ago, when Harriet Sime visited Croatia with a friend.
New video showcases some of the 22 species of wild birds in Krka National Park, twinned with UNESCO World Heritage Site in Šibenik for summer 2020…
Top destinations we’ve set our sights on, to visit after Covid-19. Read on to continue dreaming of travel plans once restrictions are lifted.
For culture enthusiasts planning a luxury yacht charter, Croatia is brimming with wonderful and fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are easy to visit from the comfort of your own yacht.
The striking retirement palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian, museums and churches — Split is bursting with history at every corner…
Are you looking for a tour guide in Split? Then Ivica is your man. He is Split’s most popular guide Show. Let him show you around his hometown.
Tourism is on hold, but most of us have plenty of time. So let’s look at the virtual resources available to explore Croatia virtually. Total Croatia News continues its new Virtual Croatia series with the tools to discover Trogir.
After her extensive coverage elsewhere in Croatia, TCN UNESCO correspondent Filipa Marusic returns home for her latest installment – the Historical Complex of Split with Palace of Diocletian.
The Lazarettos of Dubrovnik are a reminder of the city’s foresight in combating infectious diseases centuries ago.
Continuing her look at the UNESCO treasures of Croatia, Filipa Marusic enjoys some blissful self-isolation at Plitvice Lakes National Park.
From castles, churches and theatres to food, wine and music, Camille Bello has put together a list of nine places you should visit to get your dose of Croatian culture.
Daniela, another not-to-be-missed attraction when visiting Croatia is by far the Plitvice National Park. After spending the day visiting Zagreb, Dora Paventi made the 2-hour road trip to Plitvička Jezera, a municipality in central Croatia.
Founded some 17 centuries ago by the Roman Emperor Diocletian, the city of Split was originally a wondrous fortified domain whose walls were lapped by the gentle, crystal-clear waves of the Adriatic Sea.
The Walls of Dubrovnik in Croatia are an example of the old world’s need for, and fascination with, stone fortifications…
TCN is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Trogir Tourist Board to increase the visibility of one of Dalmatia’s true gems, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trogir and surrounding areas.
With ‘overtourism’ affecting so many of our best-loved holiday destinations, it’s time to think laterally. Kate Johnson reveals some of the lesser-known spots around the world to head to that are just as inviting.