• Croatia
    • Istria
    • Continental Croatia
    • Kvarner bay
    • Northern Dalmatia
    • Middle Dalmatia
    • Southern Dalmatia
  • Slovenia
  • Bosnia & Herzegowina
  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Serbia
  • Austria
  • Slovakia


Pakoštane is a harmonious Dalmatian place with rich biodiversity nestled between the sea and the lake. Blue and green, salty and sweet are the most picturesque epithets of this place. Half a century of tradition in tourism is the greatest witness to the wealth of its offer. The irresistible charm of this typical Dalmatian place […] Read More


Pula’s foremost claim to fame is its Arena, a Roman amphitheatre constructed during the first century CE. One of the best-preserved amphitheatres in the world, once the stage for cruel gladiatorial fights, is today the site of the Pula Film Festival. Its summer sky roof and massive stone remains have also served as a backdrop […] Read More


Makarska is one of the oldest towns of the eastern Croatian Adriatic. The most important place in Makarska is without doubt Biokovo Mountain. To climb the mountain and watch the sunset across the Makarska Riviera and the island of Brač is a tradition. On the Peninsula of St. Peter, the peninsula of love, you can […] Read More

Island Lošinj

The Island of Lošinj, known as an ‘’aromatic island and an island of vitality “, is part of the Cres-Lošinj island group, which constitutes the western segment of the Kvarner islands inside the Kvarner Bay.  The biggest towns are Mali and Veli Lošinj. The island of Lošinj has a mild climate, pleasant environment, rich vegetation […] Read More

Rogaška Slatina

The area of Rogaška Slatina was already know by Celts and Romans, which is proven by the excavations and the Roman road, which led past Lemberg and Rogatec from Celeia to Petovium. Rogaška Slatina is a town in eastern Slovenia, known as place of glass production and the unique mineral water Donat Mg. Rogaška Slatina […] Read More

Novo Mesto

An archaeological gem in the heart of Europe, embraced by the River Krka and the Dolenjska landscape with its gentle hills. Has an archaeological heritage of world importance. The town is surrounded by  wine-growing hills, where the typical Cviček wine is produced, and the mysterious Gorjanci Hills. The rich archaeological sites in Novo mesto have […] Read More

Sveti Martin na Muri

Sveti Martin na Muri is the new national European Destination of Excellence (EDEN) in the field of wellness and well-being tourism. Sveti Martin na Muri offers an entire world of healthy pleasures. Unspoiled nature, charming accommodation, excellent culinary offer based on healthy and locally produced groceries, over a 100-year old tradition of thermal baths and a […] Read More

Dugi otok

The islands have long been known as an oasis of peace for travellers giving them an overwhelming experience of relaxation and spiritual and physical rest. To have a magical holiday one doesn’t need a magic formula. All you have to do is spread a map and look for Croatia, the ancient Zadar and Dugi otok. […] Read More

Island Rab

The island of Rab, located in the Kvarner Bay in the northern Adriatic, is a true paradise for nature lovers and authentic island atmosphere. His beauty was recognised by ancient Romans, called it Felix Arba or “The Happy Island of Rab”. The marvelous nature of the island is adorned with twenty-two sandy beaches on Lopar […] Read More

Island Pag

Pag “Stone Island” or “Moon Island” offers preserved cultural monuments, gourmet specialties and different, magical stone landscapes, bordered by a sky-blue sea, almost nestled under Mount Velebit’s imposing presence. One of the sunniest Adriatic islands, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year. Among the Adriatic’s over 1,000 islands, Pag stands out, for its stony […] Read More
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