Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor, Montenegro: Destination #10 Our driving to Kotor, Montenegro was rainy, foggy, steep and AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL! We had a quick passport stamping at the smallest mountainside border crossing between Bosnia and Montenegro and within 90 minutes the roads were winding and offered views like these: Fun fact: Some call the Bay of Kotor the southern-mostContinue reading “Kotor, Montenegro”

Mostar, Bosnia

Mostar, Bosnia: Destination #9 Mostar is located on the Neretva River and is named after the bridge keepers who guarded the Stari Most Bridge (Old Bridge) in the medieval times. We made a day trip to Mostar after leaving Split and on the way to Kotor, Montenegro! Traveling distance from other nearby cities: Split, CroatiaContinue reading “Mostar, Bosnia”

Split, Croatia

Split, Croatia: Destination #8 Home of Diocletian’s Palace, Spilt is one of Croatia’s most famous destinations. Located along the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea less than 30 minutes from Trogir, Split is the largest city in the region of Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia (behind #1 Zagreb). After getting settled inContinue reading “Split, Croatia”

Zadar, Croatia

Zadar, Croatia: Destination #6 As the oldest continuously-inhabited Croatian City, Zadar is located on the Adriatic Sea along the northern Dalmatian Coast. Zadar is known for its Venetian city walls, Roman ruins, art installations, fresh seafood and dreamy sunsets galore. Even Alfred Hitchcock who visited in 1964 said “Zadar has the most beautiful sunset inContinue reading “Zadar, Croatia”

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice Lakes National Park: Destination #5 Plitvice Lakes left me absolutely speechless. With the 16 terraced lakes and seemingly endless waterfalls, hiking in this park on the elevated wooden platforms above the water was one of those bucketlist moments that exceeded ALL of my expectations! This UNESCO World Heritage site is quite possibly one ofContinue reading “Plitvice Lakes National Park”