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Sitting at the cross-roads of Europe, Croatia offers an unrivalled mix of culture and nature. It continues to seduce visitors with its beautifully preserved historic towns and cities, magnificent cultural sights, gorgeous coastline, outstanding national parks, and delicious food-not to mention some of the clearest waters you are likely to find anywhere in the Mediterranean. In this updated edition, all the basics are covered with details of transport, the increasing number of boutique hotels and ecotourism home-stays, and local wines, food and olive oil. An expanded culture section includes information on all the new museums opened in recent years, traditions added to the UNESCO List of Intangible Heritage, and the Garden Festival at Zadar on the Dalmatian coast.
Rudolf Abraham is an award-winning travel writer and photographer specializing in Croatia and Eastern Europe. He first visited Croatia in the late 1990s, lived in Zagreb for two years, and continues to make several trips a year to his favorite country in Europe. A fluent Croatian speaker, Rudolf is the author of several books and a raft of articles on Croatia.