Chase the ghosts - or your shadow - through the basement halls of Diocletian's Palace in Spilt.
Eyeball an elephant amid the subtropical greenery at Tito's hideaway on the Brijuni Islands.
Sniff out a truffle in the Istrian hills and cook them local-style with eggs or pasta.
Get your kit off and swim with the naturist locals on the Pakleni Islands.
Find out if all those spotted dogs really come from Dalmatia.
In This Guide:
The original English-language guide to Croatia.
A decade of in-country experience.
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Review: Croatia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)User Review - Catherine Woodman - Goodreads
I think the Rough Guide book is better than this--usually the Lonely Planet has very good maps, but not in this case. Read full review
Review: Croatia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)User Review - Miranda - Goodreads
Although I only went to Split, Croatia, I purchased the LP book on a whim. The history, food, and visitor section helped me get around. The restaurant reviews were spot on! I took a friend, who has lived in Split, to a restaurant recommended and we were both impressed. Read full review