I have very much enjoyed Dubrovnik. It is a very busy tourist city, at least in the first week of … Continue reading Dubrovnik: busy tourist paradise with quiet green island nearby
The labyrinthine, bustling old town of Split is contained within the shell of the Emperor Diocletian’s magnificent palace, built in … Continue reading Split and Salona: Emperor Diocletian’s palace and more!
Zadar, a ferry ride south from Pula, is a fantastic place to visit. I stayed in a hostel overlooking one … Continue reading Zadar: lovely town with impressive Roman sights and others
The Brijuni Islands, just off the small town of Fažana, which is a few kilometres north of Pula, and accessible … Continue reading Brijuni: Roman villa in impressive condition on Tito’s playground
The Amphitheatre at Pula, Croatia, is a fantastic sight, and is a real draw to the city. It is a … Continue reading Pula: not just the Arena
My first stop-off in Croatia was Poreč, half-way down the peninsula of Istria. It was busy with tourists, some of … Continue reading Poreč: lovely seaside town with a Roman past
The second of my three 3-week Classical trips has come to an end, and next Monday, 19 June, I will … Continue reading Coming soon: Germania and Dalmatia!