• The Best of Split, Croatia

    A city of marble along the sunny Dalmatian Coast, Split is widely-known for it’s beauty and rich history. Filled with adventure, shopping, gorgeous views and delectable cuisine, Split should be high on every traveler’s bucket list. Although it’s true that there’s more to see in Split in the summer months, many of the city’s best attractions can be enjoyed in the off-season as well, and for a much cheaper price. As someone who’s been lucky enough to visit Split in multiple seasons, please enjoy my suggestions of what to do, see and eat in Split, Croatia. For a guide to some basic Croatian, see my post How to See Dubrovnik in…

  • A Guide to Restuarants in Dubrovnik

    One of my favorite parts of traveling to new cities is sampling the best of the local cuisine! The Dalmatian Coast is famous for its fresh and abundant seafood, so naturally I had to to try it out for myself. Tourism in Dubrovnik has exploded over the last couple years and, as a result, it can be easy to get stuck paying big $$$ for subpar food. After five days of testing out Dubrovnik’s food scene, these were our favorite restaurants in the city! For some non-food related activities in Dubrovnik, and a guide to some basic Croatian, make sure to check out my post How to See Dubrovnik in a…

  • How to See Dubrovnik in a Week

    Dubrovnik was the first stop in our 10-day Croatian vacay and it was everything I had hoped for and more! With an abundance of fresh seafood, local wine, quaint shops, welcoming locals and Game of Thrones filming locations, the Dalmatian Coast was more extraordinary than I had ever imagined. Dubrovnik has a rich and interesting history, including the Croatian War of Independence, or the war that separated Croatia from Yugoslavia in 1991. Dubrovnik was impacted deeply by the war and many of the locals experienced it first-hand. Although the city is pretty small at only a little over 40,000 people, there is no shortage of things to see and do…