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How To Make The Most Of A Trip To The Incredible Plitvice Lakes

The boardwalk weaves through dense forest, crisscrossing gnarly tree roots, and hovering over thundering waterfalls and glistening lakes. I take care to navigate the haphazard wooden slats which intertwine to create 18km of trails that snake around and through the main lakes of Plitvice. All around, our eyes drink in …

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Zadar town

Six Amazing Reasons To Indulge In A Awesome Driving Tour Of Croatia

Although it is tempting to book a package holiday to Croatia, I would encourage anyone contemplating a visit to Croatia to consider a DIY trip. That way, you can follow in our footsteps and visit six incredible places on an awesome driving tour of Croatia. This Balkan country provides a …

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Amsterdam street scenes

REVEALED: 5 Awesome Cheap City Breaks From The UK

One of the best things about living in Europe is that you are surrounded by so many diverse and beautiful countries. If you drive for just one day you can cross three or four borders. The travel possibilities in Europe are endless and because many countries are so close together …

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Zadar old town

How To Make The Most Of A Zadar Weekend Break

A long weekend in Zadar Zadar is a much smaller version of Dubrovnik. It does not have the drama of the bustling walled city further south but also doesn’t have the crowds or massively overinflated prices. It’s a great destination for a weekend if you fancy a little culture, sun, …

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St Marks Church Zagreb

How To Make The Most Of 24 Hours In Zagreb

I’m not sure Zagreb has really appeared on the radar of many Brits travelling to Croatia. There’s few flights from the UK and it doesn’t have the notoriety of Prague or Budapest. However this city, like Bratislava, really should be on your bucket list. Its compact old town is pretty …

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Zadar kayak adventure

Get Wet On An Incredible Kayak Adventure With Adrenaline Hunter

We manoeuvre our kayaks from the choppy waters of the island’s rocky coastline into a dark hole hewn from the cliff face. The channel narrows and there is barely enough space to paddle. We pull ourselves along the rocks and through a tiny gap, marginally wider than our kayaks. It …

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