Croatia: the best things to do in Zagreb, Split and Hvar Island
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Croatia: Zagreb, Split, Hvar Island

Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia and has a way different atmosphere than the east of Croatia. The streets and squares bear witness to the coming together of the many cultures that have shaped the identity of this laid-back capital. That’s why we couldn’t really define what made this city typical. We really enjoyed Zagreb, but two days were more than enough to explore the city. Here’s our top 5 things to do!
Zagreb
1. Zagreb Funicular: take the shortest cable car in the world
cable
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2. Museum of Broken Relationships: people all around the world left there Broken Relationship story in this tiny museum
museum of broken
Museum of Broken
3. Lunch at Zrno Bistro: a cozy spot with 100% organic food
zrno bistro
zrno bistro
4. Grič Tunnel: walk through the mystery-laden tunnel, built in 1943 for use as a WWII air-raid shelter
grictunnel
5. Dolac Market: the most visited and the best known farmer’s market in Zagreb
dolac market
Dolac
dolac

Split

Split
6. Maka Maka Healthy Food: Açai bowls and super smoothies, this is definitely the best place for Breakfast in Split
Maka Maka
7. BEPA!: saladbowls and avo on toast; this is a great spot for lunch
Bepa

Hvar Island

hvar island
8. Jelsa: stay at the most idyllic and peaceful place of the island. We loved our stay at CozyStudio1 via Airbnb.
Jelsa
9: Artichoke: they serve the most fresh and well prepared squid.
artichoke
10. Rent mountainbikes: the most fun way to explore the island (we ended up tasting wine in a local winery!).
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winery
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