Expert Travel Advice to Croatia
- A European vacation can be fraught with tourist traps, leading to a less authentic experience. Yes, you want to see the Eiffel Tower in Paris, but once you've done the "must-see" places, explore these ten spots, our favorite hidden gems of Europe. Away Top Ten
- The warlike character of Europe's castles and other fortified buildings has mellowed with time, making them a perfect destination for driving tours. Away Top Ten
- Explore the facets of this important sea, from its easternmost shore through historic ports and villages to the cliffs and coves of its islands. Away Top Ten
- Although not many of the famously straight Roman roads still exist, there are many ancient monuments waiting to be explored by car. Away Top Ten
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- Dalmatian Coast, Croatia (instead of Amalfi Coast, Italy). Away Top Ten
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- Ten places worldwide, the exotic and the down-home, where Hallmark Cards' honeyed tendrils are yet to exploit. And for that, we can be thankful. Away Top Ten
- Cruise the Dalmatian Coast. Gorp Travel
Top Answers To Croatia Travel Questions
Answer this1 AnswerI would recommend reserving before you go just in case you end up not finding stuff as you go.
Try Cafe Buza, on the rocks overlooking the Adriatic, or the seafood offerings at atmospheric Tovjerna Sesame.
Answer this1 AnswerAlistair answered:Oriovac (population: 6,559, according to the Croatian Bureau of Statistics' 2001 census) is part of the the County of Slavonski Brod-Posavina in southern Croatia, along the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The county's biggest municipality is Slavonski Brod, which has a population of around 65,000. Slavonski Brod is 15 miles from Oriovac. Northwest of Oriovac, Zagreb is about 100 miles up the main highway. Obviously, Zagreb will offer more by way of international and domestic transportation options if you need to get down to Oriovac. Safe travels!