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Coronavirus cases in Croatia

Coronavirus Cases in Croatia – Spring 2021 Update

Now that we are in spring 2021, we thought we would start a new post on the rate of coronavirus cases in Croatia, as well as the new restrictions in the country – or rather (fingers crossed!), the lifting of them and any other relevant news. To see our previous posts on this subject, take […]

Ed Thomas at his bar, the Amedea

The half-Croatian bar an hour from London

We were recently contacted by a very friendly chap called Ed who, we are very happy to hear, runs a half-Croatian bar called Amedea in Whitstable, Kent – only about an hour from London. Intrigued, we had to learn more about the bar (named after his grandmother!), how Ed came to set it up, and […]

Croatia in Summer 2021

Visiting Croatia in Summer 2021

There appears to be light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic. As well as vaccination programmes taking place at a swift pace in many countries around the world, now that we are approaching spring, countries are also planning for the end of lockdowns and the lifting of restrictions. […]

Digital Nomad Visa in Croatia

The new digital nomad visa in Croatia

2021 will hopefully bring some uplifting news with regards to the coronavirus pandemic, vaccinations and restrictions being slowly lifted in Croatia, Europe and further afield. But this year has also brought another interesting development that will surely interest visitors to Croatia – especially those wanting to stay in the country longer term. It is the […]

Into Hell's Fire

Interview with Rijeka-based author Douglas Cavanaugh on life in Croatia

We’ve been in touch with Rijeka-based writer Douglas Cavanaugh for a number of years now, thanks to his book “Into Hell’s Fire“. Published in 2012, the must-read book is set during the 1992 siege of Sarajevo and takes places in several locations in Bosnia and Croatia. In 2020, Douglas published his second book, “The Long […]