A short history of the Balkan Wars, 1991-1999. Read a quick summary of the Balkan Wars, an essential guide for visitors to Europe’s most complicated region.
Visiting the site of an abandoned torpedo launch station in Rijeka, Croatia. A former factory which was the birthplace of the self-propelled torpedo.
Street art in abandoned buildings. Often urban exploration and street art go together. A photo essay featuring graffiti and street art in abandoned places.
We hadn’t planned to go street art hunting in Sisak, Croatia, but an unexpected bonus of our stay was seeing some fantastic street art.
Driving north along Croatia’s Adriatic Coast, it’s hard to miss the panoramic view of Primošten, but you may not spot the abandoned Hotel Marina Lučica.
Abandoned Croatia – Situated on the outskirts of Zagreb, Brestovac Sanatorium is a dilapidated and atmospheric set of ruined buildings with a haunting past.
Of all the derelict places we find, abandoned swimming pools are some of the most alluring. Urban exploration at some of the world’s forsaken swimming pools
Exploring the Bay of Abandoned Hotel in Kupari on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. It’s one of the Balkans most accssible urbex locations, but for how long?
The abandoned Political School Josip Broz Tito in Kumrovec, Croatia, was one of the most prestigious schools of political learning in the former Yugoslavia.
Our suggestions of where to visit on the Split to Dubrovnik drive in Croatia. With advice on travel options and the best towns to stay on the coast.
Spomenik photographs: Epic Tito-era World War II-related monuments and memorials, known as spomeniks, constructed in the former Yugoslavia.
The cheapest way to get from Zagreb city centre to the airport: A budget-friendly and potentially more convenient alternative to the airport bus.