Paul Bradbury

Paul Bradbury

A Brit who swapped the rain of his native Manchester for the sun of his adopted Hvar via Somalia, I have been living full-time in Croatia since 2003. 

After various failed get-rich-quick ideas, I embarked on an online writing career, which although lots of fun, has yet to generate the mega-bucks his patient Croatian wife and two daughters are hoping for. 

Author of Lebanese Nuns Don't Ski and Lavender, Dormice and a Donkey Named Mercedes, as well as two guide books, Hvar: An Insider's Guide and Split: An Insider's Guide (the latter co-authored with Mila Hvilshoj), My latest book, Croatia, a Survival Kit for Foreigners is now available on Amazon Kindle and paperback (co-written with Lauren Simmonds). If you or your business is looking for a book that explains this fabulous country with all its nuances to foreigners, this is the book for you.


Having been an expat in Croatia for 20 years now, I market myself as local knowledge with a foreign eye. If you are looking to achieve things in Croatia, why not save yourself time, frustration and money by taking advantage of the things I learned over 2 decades? Business consultancy, copywriting, and reliable introductions are all available. You can follow me on LinkedIn where I offer free, original niche content regarding the Croatian space on a daily basis.


Marko Polo FIJET Award for best international promotion of Croatia at Croatian Society of Journalists in 2014. 

Marko Polo FIJET Award for Advent in Zagreb feature in 2017. 

Best Online Feature at Medical Travel Media Awards in Kuala Lumpur in 2019. 

International Medical Travel Journalist of the Year at Medical Travel Media Awards in Kuala Lumpur in 2020.

Paul has also written for The Daily Telegraph and Qatar Airways and is an occasional columnist for  

In January 2020, Paul Bradbury was a guest on the Romano Bolkovic 1 na 1 show, which you can see below. The answers are (mostly) in English, with Croatian subtitles. 

In October 2020, he presented Injecting Positivity into the Default Negative Croatian Mindset at LEAP Summit in Zagreb.

You can contact Paul on [email protected] 

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