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Artwork for sale by Zagreb artists in a park in the Croatian capital.

Zagreb Photos

Photos from Zagreb, Croatia, including Tkalciceva Street, the Zagreb City Museum and St Mark’s Church.

Plitvice Lakes National Park Croatia | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Plitvice, Croatia – Two Nights in the Madhouse

Thankfully there is no not-so-slyly masturbating man on this coach so I am much more relaxed. Instead there is a lovely Croatian woman and her son behind me who start chatting to me. Her husband is from Paisley in Scotland so she almost speaks better English than I do (a shameful and repetitive embarrassment on this trip considering my lack of a second language).

Plitvice Lakes National Park Croatia | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Plitvice Lakes Overview

The Plitvice Lakes National Park is gorgeous. Even in the rain the lakes have an allure that is equal parts mesmerizing and refreshing.

Stari Grad Hvar Near Split Croatia | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Hvar Stari Grad Photos

Travel Photos from Stari Grad on Hvar Island near Split, Croatia including Stari Grad harbour, Banj beach and sunset over Hvar.

Dalmatian Coast Outside Split Croatia |Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Split, Croatia – Two Days in Dalmatia

In Transit – Dubrovnik to Split The journey from Dubrovnik to Split starts ominously with us missing the bus and struggling to …

Republic Square Split Dalmatia Croatia | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Split Overview

Split has something for everybody. Whether you are a history buff, a clubbing nut, a top sailor or just really enjoy a nice glass of wine in the sunshine then Split is a decent place to start.

Dubrovnik Old Town Croatia | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Dubrovnik Overview

Dubrovnik is exactly what I expected. This is not a compliment. It is expensive, dull and the kind of place that would be much better if nobody else was there.

James Joyce Statue Grand Canal Trieste Italy | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Trieste in 20 Minutes, a Walk for Those With no Time

If you’re like me and have laughably atrocious time management skills then 20 minutes might seem like a perfectly reasonable amount of …