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Croatia — Croatia’s tourism board touts its stunning coast and 1,000+ islands as “the Mediterranean as it once was” and, save some overdeveloped areas, it really is. Paired with little-explored inland regions and an affordable, non-euro-based economy, this delightful Eastern European country is Europe’s hottest destination.

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For beautiful beaches, thousand-year-old cities, sailing expeditions, and medieval architecture at affordable prices.

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Live Your Game of Thrones Fantasies With This Travel Deal

June 20, 2017 by Mollie Pendexter

Does the new season of Game of Thrones have you yearning for a trip to Westeros? In honor of the new season, Friendly Planet Travel is offering savings of ... Read More »


10 Perfectly Romantic Small Towns in Europe

February 02, 2017 by Laura Motta

When it comes to European-style romance, Venice and Paris often hog the spotlight. And while no one disagrees that those cities are made for love and lovers, ... Read More »


5 Reasons to Visit Croatia’s Overlooked Region of Slavonia

October 18, 2016 by Meredith Bethune

Most visitors to Croatia head straight to the Adriatic coast, but the inland region of Slavonia -- bordering Bosnia, Hungary, and Serbia -- is also worth a ... Read More »


5 Things You Should Not Miss in Dubrovnik

May 16, 2016 by Wibke Carter

Twenty-five years after the Balkan troubles, Dubrovnik has become Croatia’s most upmarket destination, reasserting itself as the Pearl of the Adriatic. Its main ... Read More »


Hvar, Croatia: An Affordable Overnight Trip from Split

December 01, 2015 by Nilina Mason-Campbell

The sun-drenchedcities of Zagreb, Dubrovnik, and Split usually get all the glory during trips to Croatia. But we have lots of love for the country’s Dalmatian ... Read More »

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