Rovinj Croatia – Walking Istria Oasis Old World Top Things

Rovinj Croatia – Walking Istria Oasis Old World Top Things

Join us as we visit Rovinj - a charming Croatian town on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula! Rovinj is a quaint fishing town with a photogenic harbor, cobbled car-free streets and some of the best seafood restaurants in Croatia. Originally named as Rovigno which was then later...

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Pula, Croatia: The Historical Attraction and A Magical City with Unspoiled Nature

Pula, Croatia: The Historical Attraction and A Magical City with Unspoiled Nature

Join us as we visit Pula - the largest city in Istria County, Croatia with a gorgeous harbor, beach-lined coast, and Roman ruins. Pula is situated at the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula. Historical attractions aside, it is a busy commercial city on the sea that has managed...

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Belgrade, Serbia: The city of contrasts and culture

Belgrade, Serbia: The city of contrasts and culture

Join us as we visit Belgrade - the capital and largest city of Serbia. Also known as The White City, Belgrade is not only an intriguing capital, but one of Europe's most happening cities. It was also the capital of Yugoslavia from its inception as a kingdom in 1918,...

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Ohrid: The Jewel In North Macedonia’s Crown

Ohrid: The Jewel In North Macedonia’s Crown

Join us as we visit Ohrid, North Macedonia - one of Europe's best kept secrets! Lake Ohrid is the Pearl of the Balkans, a region often overlooked by tourists and travelers. The town of Ohrid sits on the edge of the stunning and serene Lake Ohrid, with an atmospheric...

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Exploring Skopje: Europe’s Most Unusual City

Exploring Skopje: Europe’s Most Unusual City

Join us as we visit Skopje - the capital and largest city of North Macedonia Lying on the banks of the Vardar River, you will find Skopje — one of the most eclectic cities in Europe. From 80ft—tall monumental fountains and dramatic facades to Ottoman cobbled streets, they all...

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Zagreb : The Central European City With Medieval Towers, Palaces, Open-air Markets, And Ancient Cathedrals

Zagreb Croatia

Zagreb : The Central European City With Medieval Towers, Palaces, Open-air Markets, And Ancient Cathedrals

Join us as we visit Zagreb - the capital of Croatia on the slopes of Medvednica Hill! Zagreb is the political, commercial and cultural heart of Romania with over 900 years of rich history. One of the oldest cities in Central Europe, Zagreb is nestled between the mountain of...

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