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Inspired by all of the gorgeous pomegranates I encountered in my Balkan travels, Spiced Pomegranate Sorbet is as delicious as it is beautiful. This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer (thank you!).
When the weather outside gets frightful, warm up with a cup of Kuhano Vino (Croatian mulled wine). Perfectly spiced, not too heavy, and a cinch to make, this festive wintry treat is sure to make it into your holiday (or, you know, February) rotation. This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer (thank you!).
Starting 1 January 2023, Croatia will adopt the Euro currency and join the Schengen Zone. The latter in particular has important implications for long-term travel for those living outside the Schengen Zone. Helpful information to help you plan for your Croatia travel after 1 January 2023. This is meant as a PSA and not as a replacement for trusted government sources.
Tis the season for Zagreb’s Christmas Market, Advent Zagreb. If you love European Christmas markets, add Advent Zagreb to your Nice list. With practically the whole city involved, you’ll not only get into the Christmas spirit, but you’ll also get a lovely tour of graceful Zagreb. As this event takes place all over Zagreb, you’ll need a good map, and this post has an annotated map to help you get the most out of Advent Zagreb!