Category Archives: Croatia

Zagreb, Croatia

The last place where we shot in Croatia was its capital, Zagreb. Its wealth of Austro-Hungarian architecture and its cafe culture that sprawls in summer on all pedestrian areas makes Zagreb quite an interesting city.

National Theater, Zagreb, Croatia

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Posted by on October 2, 2012 in Blog, Croatia


Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik is the pearl of the Adriatic, a charming city unfortunately completely swamped during the day by tourists. It can be quaint only if you wake up very early in the morning but those hours are a real treat. Here are shooting frames from this great city of Croatia.

Placa Stradun, Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Posted by on September 30, 2012 in Blog, Croatia


Hvar, Croatia

Shots from the glitzy island of Hvar in Croatia.

Hvar Town Harbor

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Posted by on September 27, 2012 in Blog, Croatia


Central Dalmatia, Croatia

Shots in Croatia from gorgeous coastal city of Sibenick, the UNESCO world famous Diocletian palace-city of Split, and the pirate towns of Omis and Slano.

Split harbor, Croatia

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Posted by on September 25, 2012 in Blog, Croatia


Northern Dalmatia, Croatia

Shots from Opatija and Zadar in Croatia

Opatija, Croatia

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Posted by on September 22, 2012 in Blog, Croatia


Istria Peninsula, Croatia

Images from Novigrad, Porec, and Pula located in the Istria Peninsula in Croatia.

Pula, Croatia

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Posted by on September 20, 2012 in Blog, Croatia


Zagreb, Croatia

Pedestrian area in Zagreb

We drove all the way from Republika Srpska to Zagreb. Again we did not have a reservation and we arrived very late. Till we were able to find a hotel it was so late that we skipped dinner. It was nothing open.
In the morning we left for walk in the city. Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is a large city but for sure not a charming one. Large Austro Hungarian buildings abound, quote uniform and not too pretty. The pedestrian center is full of cafe and restaurants, that sustain the so call “cafe culture” of the city. The nicer part of the city is the upper town. The cathedral, remodeled in 1995 has a beautiful portal looking new and spiffy and an impressive interior. On the crypt is the casket of the Archbishop of Zagreb, Stepinac. From the cathedral you followed through the market and further you enter through one of the old gate, the only one preserved. In its walls is the old pharmacy, still in operation but offering now Prozac and Botox. The road brings you to the Parliament square in its middle being St Marc church that sports a roof with the coats of arms of Zagreb and Croatia. Very colorful. Close by is the new Museum of Broken relationships, quite an interesting site if you have some time. To visit the old town it takes you about 1 hour. The downtown is less interesting and way larger but if you don’t have time you can give it a miss and enjoy a coffee in the town center. We left around 2pm to drive all the way to Vienna.

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Posted by on July 13, 2012 in Blog, Croatia