We continue meeting the people of Split today with Filipa Marušić - a young, vibrant, busy, and important part of the Split community. We think you'll enjoy this one. Here is Filipa's story.
Dubrovnik is gearing up for the annual celebration of its patron saint, St. Blaise on February 3, 2017, an event TCN will be covering in depth, as we take a closer look at the considerable attractions of the Pearl of the Adriatic out of season. Our main coverage will start next week, but we begin by taking a closer look at one of the great symbols of the festivals - the muskateers of Dubrovnik - the Trombunjeri.
The stone that resembles the look of lace on the island of Baljenac could soon be registered under UNESCO Cultural Heritage.
Miki Bratanić, author, poet, and volunteer cultural ambassador, took his story about the humble Dalmatian konoba from the small village of Vrbanj on Hvar, all the way to the Napa and Silicon Valleys of California.
In honor of Stari Grad’s 2400 years of foundation, we thought we’d bring you the top 5 “must-see” things in this beautiful old town, as chosen by the Tourist Board of Stari Grad.
After a six-year procedure, 30 necropoles of “stećci” tombstones from Croatia and neighbouring countries have been included on the World Heritage List.