From lush cascades to craggy peaks to tiny islands, Croatia is more than a Game of Thrones backdrop.
This Croatian National Park is a collection of islands where dinos and Romans once roamed.
Hiding in a forest lies an abandoned villa built for Yugoslavian President Josip Tito, and very few people know it’s there.
All travelers, even professional ones (ahem, Fodor’s Editors) experience the woes of plans gone awry. In our new column, Travel Fails, we’re highlighting stories where everything went wrong.
Visit King’s Landing for cheaper than ever.
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Set sail on the shimmering Adriatic Sea to experience the charming harbor towns, pebbly beaches, and rich history of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast.
This fall, behold the parade of colors that eases the transition into winter.
With a vibrant food scene, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and lots of beaches, Dubrovnik, Croatia, is one of Europe’s hottest destinations.