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Korcula Town Makes Conde Nast Traveler’s Most Romantic List

Korcula Town Makes Conde Nast Traveler's Most Romantic List cntraveler.com Recognition for the southern Dalmatian island as Korcula Town finds itself on Conde Nast Traveler's list of the most romantic small towns in Europe.
Popular travel website Conde Nast Traveler has placed Korcula Town at number 7 in their list of the top 10 romantic small towns in Europe, a varied list which includes stunning destinations across the continent, such as Benasque in Spain and Colmar in France.
Korcula Town, one of the largest settlements on the picturesque island of Korcula finds itself positioned between the equally impressive towns of Soglio (Switzerland) and Bamberg (Germany). Conde Nast Traveler describes Korcula Town as Croatia's best kept secret.
''Known as ''little Dubrovnik'' among locals, the seaside town of Korcula (located on the island of Korcula) is Croatia's best-kept secret. Like Dubrovnik, it's filled with medieval squares,..

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Escape from the City: Meet Lokrum

Escape from the City: Meet Lokrum Image by meetdubrovnik.com Hvar may be Croatia's premier island, but Lokrum is definitely Dubrovnik's.
Dubrovnik is busier than an ants nest in summer, and with new projects being born, its popularity even outside of the summer season is continually growing. With the abundance of people and lack of space, it can be a test to find somewhere to take a breather and jump in the sea for a relaxing swim, why not take a boat from the Old Harbour 600m across the sea to the island of Lokrum? Lokrum is an idyllic green nature reserve, but there is much more to this little emerald island's story than meets the eye with the first recorded mention of it dating way back to 1023 with the Benedictine abbey and monastery (which still stand today!) were founded. Lokrum's name comes from the Latin ''acrumen'', which translates as ''sour fruit'' and it is said that the name derives from the old tradition of ..

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All You Need to Know about Zagreb Airport

All You Need to Know about Zagreb Airport As Zagreb tourism continues its rapid expansion, so too is its airport getting busier. A look at what you need to know if flying through Airport Franjo Tuđman in Zagreb.
Airport Franjo Tuđman in Zagreb (known also as Airport Pleso) is the biggest airport in Croatia and it is located in Velika Gorica, some 10 km from the centre of Zagreb. Even though it is the busiest airport in Croatia, it is a relatively small airport by European standards, with around 2.5 million passengers a year. Seeing that this is also the maximum capacity of the airport, in addition to the existing main terminal, a second terminal building is under construction, set to open in March 2017 with a passenger capacity of 5.5 million.
The current terminal building is very small, and finding a chair in the waiting area can be very tricky. There is a resting area where you can lounge around that very few people know of – you can reach it if you climb the stairs on the right..

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