Travel Blogs from Biograd na Moru
This morning we left Croatia, said a brief hello to Bosnia before saying hello again to a favourite country of ours Croatia (Dubrovnik is isolated from the rest of Croatia by a finger of Bosnian land to prevent them from being land locked) We stopped for lunch in the biggest city on the Adriatic coastline, Split. I had never heard of it but it's nice enough. We had a lovely lunch but the ...
... huge and I'm sure it was absolutely breathtaking back in its day. The couple was conspicuous and took great pride in their yard; they had a cave built and also a huge pond for fish. The villa was quite large, even by today's standards. As the years have caused wear and tear on the villa and garden, things look somewhat unkempt. It is unfortunate the yard is not better taken care of. It would be good to turn this place into a tourist attraction by fixing it up ...
... the most stunning scenery around us which deserved exploring. By the evening we needed some food, so scrounged together an awfully daggy outfit from our only dry options. We had put our washing on earlier, where it came out dryer than when it went in.
Literally, just as we opened the door to walk to town, it absolutely poured. We paced the house feeling our fury and bitterness bubbling up aimed at the universe. Our options were plain pasta with ...
... whales and is beautiful. While we are there we see Santa and are quite surprised as we didn't realise that he holidays in Croatia. Zadar in Italian is Zara and has 71,200 people. Zadar is located on a peninsula on the Dalmation Coast to the island of Uglijan about 130 km northwest of Split. The city is best known as a tourist resort but there is also a port with a fleet, engineering, textile and food industries. Zadar has several historic buildings ...
... joins the EU).
This particular commercial paradise was tossed around pre-Roman Illyria, the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, the Republic of Venice, Napoleon's Italian territory, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, both former Yugoslavias and a couple brief-lived Croat states. Until, of course, the Croatian war of independence severed it from (in Croat opinion) the Serb-dominated Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
During the ...
Other places to stay in Biograd na Moru
Tina Ujevica 7, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Tina Ujevica 5 - 7, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $108
Tina Ujevica 7, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Augusta Senoe 42 , Biograd na Moru | 3 star hotelfrom $107
Setaliste Kneza Branimira 32, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $127
Ivana Mesrovica 1, Biograd na Moru | Hotelfrom $108
Augusta Å enoe 25, Biograd na Moru | Hotelfrom $76
23000 Biograd,Croatia, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $76
Vlahe Bukovca 3, Biograd na Moru | Hotelfrom $76