UNESCO Heritage Sites on Hvar Island

UNESCO Heritage Sites on Hvar Island

Besides its natural beauty, Hvar Island is also well-known for its rich cultural heritage. If you are a history buff, there are plenty of things to explore. The island prides itself not with one, but three UNESCO heritage sites.

My favourite cafés in Split

My favourite cafés in Split

Like any other city on the Mediterranean, Split also has a very easy-going lifestyle with a great number of cafés on almost every corner. Thanks to the amazing weather and about 2,700 hours of sunshine a year, it is possible to sit outside and sip your café latte during each season.

Moonlight Tour

Moonlight Tour

Here I am at Vidilica, the first viewpoint of Marjan Park Hill enjoying my coffee and admiring an amazing view of Split and its harbour. The steep walk that I took from the city centre in this heat is definitely paying off.

Featured in a NY tour guide’s blog

Featured in a NY tour guide’s blog

In his latest blog, Ziggy – NY based tour guide – writes about Split and gives 10 tips when you visit my town. Moreover, he listed my services as a tip #1 for Split.

The Belfry of St. Domnius in Split

The Belfry of St. Domnius in Split

Since Diocletian was a persecutor of Christians, soon in the 7th century when Christians refugees fled from the nearby Salona, his mausoleum was turned into the cathedral. And what does a cathedral need? A belfry, for sure!

Marjan Park Hill, The First Viewpoint (Vidilica)

Marjan Park Hill, The First Viewpoint (Vidilica)

Here I am at Vidilica, the first viewpoint of Marjan Park Hill enjoying my coffee and admiring an amazing view of Split and its harbour. The steep walk that I took from the city centre in this heat is definitely paying off.