Speed limits: 50 km/h – within settled areas 90 km/h – outside settled areas 110 km/h – on major roadways designed exclusively for motor vehicles, and on highways 130 km/h – on motorways 80 km/h – for motor vehicles with a caravan trailer 80 km/h – for buses and buses with a light trailer; on motorways, buses are allowed to drive up to 100 km/h, except for those buses carrying children Please reduce and adjust your speed in wet road conditions.
Feast of St Blaise, Dubrovnik
On 3 February, the citizens of Dubrovnik commemorate the life and work of their patron saint and protector. The celebrations begin at 10am, with a mass held outside the cathedral. At 11:30am, reliquaries of St Blaise are carried in a procession around the city. Continue reading “Festivals & Events in Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian” »
As an intraregional transport hub, a Split holiday allows travellers convenient access to explore Croatia’s historical significance, remarkable architecture, and the glorious archipelago of the Adriatic Sea. Visitors flock to this UNESCO World Heritage Site to walk down the cobblestone streets of the city centre to explore the remarkably well preserved ruins of Diocletian’s Palace, The Grgur Ninski Statue, and numerous others. Exploring the city’s rich culture by day while enjoying the vibrant club scene by night, is feasible for budget travellers due to the accessibility of public transportation Continue reading “Split Hostels” »
Located only 5 min. from the Old City in the cool shade of the mesmerizing 10 th. century walls, our apartments promise you unforgettable holidays. It possesses charm unlike any others, charm of ancient and modern of the both world. Nearby you will find numerous restaurants, caffee – bars, a casino, disco and night clubs, museums, galleries beaches (200 meters), excursions, shops and other possibilities. Continue reading “Adriana Apartments Dubrovnik” »