Is It Safe To Drink Tap Water In Croatia?

Generally speaking, tap water in Croatia is tasty and perfectly safe to drink
In some areas of Croatia tap water may become unsafe after heavy rains. You will then be advised to boil the water or buy bottled water.
Unless you want to try some of Croatia’s prised mineral waters, always specify that you want tap water.

Are There Herbs That May Kill Viruses?

I love herbal medicine. At the onset of 2020 health crisis I wondered: “Do I know of herbs growing in Croatia that may be able to cure viral infections?” I did some research and, among many, I came up with these two herbs:
Rockrose (bušin in Croatian, or Cistus spp.)
Olive Leaf (list masline in Croatian, or Olea Europea leaf)

Look For Capers!

I love capers. Did you know that capers grow in Croatia? Where can you find them? What should you do with capers? What are the superpowers of capers? Capers grow along the Croatian coastline Capers prefer sunny locations, preferably old walls Capers can be stored in salt or pickled Capers may prevent cancer Could capers…

Which Is The Best Month To Visit Croatia?

As a tour guide I often get asked which month is the best to visit Croatia. If you wish to visit Dubrovnik, Split or the Plitvice Lakes National Park, consider visiting Croatia in… Of course, Croatia is stunning all year around. And there certainly is a reason why so many people visit Croatia in Summer….

Are There Dangerous Animals, Like Bears, In Croatia?

As a tour guide, I often tell jokes about bears. Are there really bears in Croatia? Are they dangerous? BTW, this could be a perfect souvenir to take home from Croatia. In most Croatian shops it’s sold for 7,50 kunas. In money exchange offices in Croatia it can cost as much as 10 Euros. Well,…