Tuesday, 16 July 2019

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The 6th of January is a public holiday throughout Croatia. The Epiphany is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses…
If you are planning on visiting Dubrovnik in 2019 and what to avoid the crowds, then a new application will help you make the most of your trip. Dubrovnik, especially…
It’s the day after Christmas, a public holiday, St. Stephen’s Day. The 26th of December is St. Stephen’s Day a national holiday not only in Croatia but across most of…
This is a real Croatian favourite over the Christmas period, well it’s traditionally prepared on Christmas Eve, Bakalar or white dried cod. In fact, the cod used isn’t even from…
One of the Christmas traditions in Croatia is the growing of wheat on the run-up to the big day. Known as Božićna pšenica, or Christmas Wheat, the wheat is normally…
Christmas in Croatia is a time to bring out the traditional recipe books and respect the past generations. Angel Wings, or Kroštule in Croatian, are a typical sweet delight served…
As the festive season fast approaches its time to get the table ready for the big Christmas season and nothing says Christmas in Croatia quite as much as mulled wine…

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