ZadarRight after Plitvice National Park, we headed down to Zadar, where we spent the night and the following morning. The old town, which is located on a peninsula, is quite small and can therefore easily be discovered by foot. My friend and I wandered the tiny alleys, visited the local market, bought coffee and pastries at one of the many cafés and eventually enjoyed the rest of the morning by the famous sea organ (which absolutely blew our minds!). Zadar’s nightlife is supposed to be pretty awesome, so keep that in mind when you’re in town. Unfortunately we were too tired to hit one of the numerous bars and went straight to bed instead. ;)
Dubrovnik … truly is one of the most picturesque places I’ve ever been! Its medieval buildings and churches on the main street “Stradun” are absolutely intriguing, but also the surrounding alleys (with really steep stairs here and there!) are not to be sniffed at as there’re not that many tourists buzzing around. Also make sure to visit the city walls, which offer a fantastic view over the city and the sea. Oh, and don’t forget to go on a short hike to Srd Hill at sundown - simply stunning, right?