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Museum of Illusions in Zagreb

Museum of Illusions in Zagreb – Visit Croatia Review

One November morning, Visit Croatia popped along to the Museum of Illusions in Zagreb to enjoy the illusions and tricks on the eye in this relatively new museum. See what we thought! Visiting the Museum of Illusions in Zagreb A rainy, grey Saturday morning in Zagreb is an ideal time to visit a museum – […]

The Yacht Week Luxury Cabins

The Yacht Week’s luxury cabins bookable for the first time

Hot on the heels of the news that The Yacht Week 2021 is open for bookings, news reaches us that – for the first time ever – Yacht Week guests will be able to book cabin rooms onboard their luxury 38ft+ catamarans! This means that all solo travellers, pairs or small groups can now also […]

Dubrovnik wedding planner Yes I Du

Meet Dubrovnik wedding planner Yes I Du and see the amazing weddings their team has helped plan

Visit Croatia recently sat down – virtually, of course! – for a talk with Dubrovnik wedding planner Yes I Du (what an excellent name!). Lovely Tea from Yes I Du told us about the all-female team behind the company, as well as some of the amazing weddings they’ve helped organise – and what they think […]

Coronavirus Situation in Croatia

Coronavirus Situation in Croatia – Autumn Update

Here we are, already in November 2020, and it seems that the coronavirus pandemic that many hoped would be over or more manageable by summer has certainly reached its second wave – and how. Many countries in Europe and beyond are experiencing huge leaps in daily case numbers and are undergoing new measures, be that […]

The Yacht Week 2021

The Yacht Week 2021 open for bookings

All young, adventurous travellers looking ahead to next summer and planning their holidays will be delighted to hear that Yacht Week 2021 has announced bookings are open. It’s the ideal opportunity to not only book the trip of a lifetime, but also to book something to look forward to in the current doom and gloom. […]