One of Europe’s most breathtaking new museums is on the Croatian island of Lošinj
Croatia 2016: Five destinations, five trends
The Adriatic is increasingly perceived as a place of contemporaneity and innovation rather than just fish picnics and folklore.
Although rarely celebrated, it’s Zadar’s rich stock of Sixties-era architecture that gives the city so much character.
Parts of the mural-covered wall running along Zagreb’s Branimirova ulica were demolished at the end of May 2015. The news was greeted by a wave of public indifference, despite the fact that the wall is one of the city’s defining visual landmarks.