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Swimming in KRKA National Park

Krka National Park had us at hello. I’ve heard of it through reading articles and saw photos which, right away drew me in. I knew I had to go! I booked our bus ride from Split with Splitlicious Excursions for 190,00 kn per person + 150,00 kn entrance fee to the park or 90,00 kn w/ student i.d. The trip also included a stopover in Sibenik town and other mini sites on the way back to Split. We had a fantastic time all around. The best part was swimming in the lake and cooling off. There are walking paths around the lakes which, you can go 2 ways. The shorter route is the most popular as it takes you through the bridge that overlooks the river. You’ll want to stop here and take photos.

We spent about 30 minutes wondering around Sibenik. It was fairly a small and quiet town and not much going on. It was still nice to wonder around and sightsee.

2 responses to “Swimming in KRKA National Park”

  1. What a beautiful blog! I am planning a trip to Croatia in late October and you have really inspired me. We live in Napa Valley and one of our most famous winemakers is Miljenko Grgich, who is from Croatia and also has a winery there which we will visit. Check out our California wine country blog and follow us if you like what you see:


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