Zagreb boasts a number of museums with quirky names, but the one that grabbed Barry Barford's attention was the Museum of Broken Relationships.
Korcula has a long and interesting history with the first known inhabitants being Illyrian tribes who occupied a large area of Dalmatia.
The bustling heart of this Croatian island, the main port town of Hvar, contains 13th-century walls, a hilltop fortress and a main square.
Amid the hustle and bustle of the Croatian islands, Judy Barford discovers a peaceful getaway.
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia after the capital, Zagreb, and it shows.
Judy Barford revisits Dubrovnik and takes a trip down memory lane.
As Croatia joins Schengen, Bulgaria and Romania are told to wait
The Eurozone will soon have twenty members, as Croatia switches over in January.
Goerge G goes on a spur-of-the-moment trip to the beautiful Croatian island of Rab.
Ana shares some of her favorite dishes from Croatia -- as though you needed another reason to travel to her nation.
Barry shares some of the highlights of his travels to beautiful Croatia, especially visits to Mount Dinara.
Another first-of-its-kind museum, this one devoted to agonizing mornings after
Groups from Venice and other heavily-visited destinations meet to talk and plan for their future.
Wilbur's train journeys around Eastern Europe continue, this week with stops in Zagreb, Split, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Sofia, and Veliko Tărnovo
Alisa Mura shares her favorite National Parks to be found in her homeland of Croatia. For a small country, these parks offer amazing beauty and diversity of sights and experiences.