Ironically, language has never been my forte. Growing up in deepest, darkest Norfolk I spent years grappling with English, let alone the French and German they optimistically hurled at us in high school. However, often finding myself in foreign climes … Read more →
Winner of the Luxury Hotels award for Croatia’s leading boutique hotel for numerous years, The Vestibul Palace is set in Split Old Town (which is listed as a UNESCO World Culture Heritage Site) in the heart of the … Read more →
Winner of the illustrious 2013 World Travel Award for ‘Croatia’s leading hotel’, the Valamar Lacroma is set on the Badin Kuk peninsula, surrounded by forests of pine trees.
The expansive hotel has a resort feel and offers 385 … Read more →
Taking in the immaculate medieval fortress-like city walls and the bustling old town within, it’s hard to believe that just two decades ago Dubrovnik was in ruins. After a period of political struggle and shelling, this beautiful UNESCO … Read more →
Croatia is a land of many influences, on previous visits I’ve been overwhelmed by its similarities to Greece and Spain but the Istrian region, due to history and location has a strong Italian feel. Inland is reminiscent of … Read more →