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How to resist the charm of the Mediterranean? So many different countries to visit, so many different histories and cultures to learn about, so many stories they tell, so many delicious yet mostly healthy food to taste and even better drinks to down Yes, many are things to see and do on the Mediterranean. So, strip off your clothes, put your red and white checkered sunglasses on and have a look at what makes Croatia better than Who cares if the background is loaded with concrete, or concretely, with accommodation facilities that have mushroomed over the past few decades and changed the scenery completely.
Apart from a few excellent sandy beaches such as the Sakarun beach on Dugi Otok island which correlates to Spanish beaches, the beaches are mostly rocky or pebbly, and not sandy as much. No sand? Yes, no sand and that means no sand in your eyes, no sand in your ears, no sand in your a.. Croatian beaches are also surrounded by the cool shade of the refreshingly scented pine trees and the lulling sound of the crickets chirping.
Charming and irresistible. Speaking of naptime, the Spanish know very well how to take a peaceful afternoon rest, or siesta as it is called. On the other hand, people are party-ready non-stop. A country with one of the most visited cities in the world, Paris - is it even possible to top that? Hell, yeah! The French capital is known as the most romantic city in the world, a place where you can swear eternal love and lock the deal on the Pont des Arts bridge. The response to such a well-meant display of appreciation ranges from ignoring, cross looks and disgruntled mumbling of bonjour or is it maybe a misinterpreted tongue-twisting swear word?
Quite the opposite are Croatians who are thrilled when their guests can handle a few useful Croatian expressions. In fact, they can be a definite ice-breaker and door opener to hanging out with locals.
Rome, oh the eternal Rome! In the midst of the capital of the world, as it used to be called in the Antiquity, proudly stands the Colosseum as a symbol of wealth and power. But why wait and queue for hours to see it, when its counterpart Arena in Pula is simply better.