Articles tagged 'Istria'

  • Umag – a travel guide
  • Rovinj – a travel guide
  • Pula – a travel guide
  • Porec – a travel guide
  • Brijuni National Park, Brijuni Islands
  • Lufthansa introduces direct flights from Frankfurt to Pula
  • Umag – a travel guide

    Umag - a travel guide

    The clay of Umag To many people outside the sports milieu, the mentioning of the city of Umag will not ring a bell. Nevertheless, Umag is certainly going to stay in pretty memories to Guillermo Coria, Carlos Moya and Stan Wawrinka. What do these tennis legends have in common? Well, all three of them won the renowned tennis tournament held

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    Rovinj – a travel guide

    Rovinj - a travel guide

    Rovinj,  a town in the western part of Istrian Peninsula, one of the most attractive regions of the country. Along with Porec, it is the most appealing visitors site not just in Istria, but in the whole Adriatic Sea in general. It is characterised by the Mediterranean climate, with many sunny days throughout the year and exceptionally warm summers. The wider area

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    Pula – a travel guide

    Pula - a travel guide

    Located in the south of Istrian Peninsula, Pula presents the leading city of the county. With the population over 50 000 citizens, it takes the eight place in the entire country. Pula lies in a very safe port and is protected by seven hills, a fact of importance for various conquerors who made their journey throughout the Balkans. In the

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    Porec – a travel guide

    Porec - a travel guide

    On the first glance, what seems remarkable about the city of barely 17 000 residents on the very western part of Croatia?  Nothing in particular, many would say. However, if one knows that this little city was first introduced by no other than a member of Austro-Hungarian aristocracy and that it has so many hotels which provide over 90 000

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    Brijuni National Park, Brijuni Islands

    Brijuni National Park, Brijuni Islands

    Brijuni, also known as Brioni, is a small and picturesque archipelago, laying just off the coast of Istria, that got National Park status in 1983. It consists of 12 smaller (Sveti Marko, Gaz, Obljak, Supin, Supinic, Galija, Grunj, Vanga, Krasnica, Pusti, Sveti Jerolim, Kotez) and two larger islands – Veli and Mali Brijun. The archipelago was a fashionable seaside resort from 1900s while after the WW2 it

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    Lufthansa introduces direct flights from Frankfurt to Pula

    Lufthansa introduces direct flights from Frankfurt to Pula

    Pula in Croatia to become new Lufthansa European summer destination from Frankfurt: News for holidaymakers in Croatia: Lufthansa is including Pula in its flight timetable for next summer, with two flights a week (Monday, Friday) from Frankfurt. The airline is thereby adding another destination to its summer programme for leisure travellers. Lufthansa flies its holiday passengers to the “best weeks

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