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Fifty years of folk dancing

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Every June, the Croatian town of Slavonski Brod hosts a colourful, camaraderie-filled folk dancing festival that gathers musicians and performers from across the region.


Five curious facts about Croatia

Nestled near Italy on the Adriatic Sea, the tiny country has been an unsung source of innovation, libation and historical intrigue for centuries.
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Leaping into Croatia’s frog leg tradition

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Long associated with French gastronomy, the amphibian – whether served wrapped in bacon, smothered in a mild gorgonzola sauce or deep fried – is gaining popularity with visitors.
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Mini guide to Croatia’s islands

Croatia’s coast is speckled with a multitude of islands. Sit with locals in quaint harbourside restaurants, explore uninhabited national parks or join an all-night beach party.
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Europe’s cheapest cities, 2013

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From Bucharest to Budapest, the third annual European Backpacker index found that travelling to the previously pricey continent is actually less expensive than you would think.


Croatia’s Dalmatian coast

The country’s stunning coastline is sprinkled with 1,244 islands, 48 lighthouses and a few millennia of nautical history.


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