Croatia is not all about the sea, islands and beaches. In addition to eight national parks, 12 nature parks can be found across the country's hinterland. These protected natural landscapes are reservoirs of a surprising biodiversity of flora and fauna.
Tucked in the eastern part of Croatia, Slavonia is one of the country’s least explored regions. This land bordered by three great rivers, the Sava, the Drava and the Danube, surprises with its fascinating mélange of cultural and culinary influences.
Take a boat from Venice across the Adriatic Sea and you'll reach Istria. The Romans called it Terra Magica, a name that aptly describes this heart-shaped peninsula and its magical landscape of rolling hills covered in vineyards and olive groves.
Zadar has always been a crossroads for many different peoples and civilizations who have all left their mark on the city. Roman ruins, Venetian fortifications, Romanesque cathedrals, Byzantine churches, and a lingering Italian influence are the relics of its vibrant cultural past.
Now Croatia is making it easier for people who want to stay longer -- tweaking its immigration laws to grant one-year residency permits to remote digital workers from outside the European Union, provided they don't require tourist visas to enter.
On January 1st, Croatia became one of a small handful of European countries welcoming digital nomads through the introduction of a long-stay visa.
It was while volunteering at Slovenia’s Koki animal sanctuary that Croatian vegan Anita Petrović met Stella, a rescue pig, and the idea to create a plant-based sausage was sparked.
Going vegan is not only a compassionate gesture towards our furry friends and a huge step towards reducing your environmental ‘footprint’. There are also many health benefits you’ll likely notice after you make the switch to a vegan diet.
Fast-paced Mumbai is an influential hub for art, fashion and design and draws visitors with its fascinating mix of architectural styles, cutting-edge restaurant scene, and plethora of chic boutiques.