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In just a few days we will be half way through 2014. With the longest day of summer already gone, now seems a good time to check out what have been Naked Eye Travel’s most popular posts of the year so far.
Plitvice Lakes is the oldest national park in south east Europe and the largest in its home country.
If Plitvice Lakes is one thing, it is photogenic. Michelle and I took hundreds of pictures during our two day visit to the Croatian national park.
It was pretty enough. In fact, it was beautiful. A picture book waterfall viewed from on high, the magnificent green of the valley and the gleaming blue of the lake entrancing the eye.
If it is natural wonders you are after you could do a lot worse than spend some times visiting Plitvice Lakes.
It may lack some of the medieval beauty of Debrovnik’s old town, but Zagreb is not without its own charm.
It has overcome earthquake and war to remain the Pearl of the Adriatic, and there are few more beautiful places than Dubrovnik. Situated on the Dalmatian Coast, this Croatian city was once a powerhouse of the Mediterranean.
Did you get it right? Yes, this week’s Where in the World? came from Dubrovnik in Croatia. The Adriatic beauty is famed for its old town and even includes a pharmacy dating back to 1317.