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Croatia Traveller's Dalmatia: Split to Dubrovnik is a fun and comprehensive guide to
Croatia's most celebrated region. Marvel at the
grandeur of Diocletian's palace in Split and
follow a walking tour along Dubrovnik's ancient
stone walls that protect the "pearl of the
Adriatic". Party the night away in glamorous Hvar
town or discover the fascinating Jewish heritage
of Split and Dubrovnik. Watch a "sword dance" in
Korcula, visit wineries on Vis island or the
Peljesac peninsula or soak up sun on one of
Croatia's best beaches. With personal
recommendations and up-to-date details on sights,
transportation, accommodation and restaurants,
this guide insures you will experience the very best of Dalmatia.


52 full-color images
professionally-written prose

temperature and precipitation information and charts
festivals and events
top highlights and suggested day trips

13 full-color maps
walking tours of Dubrovnik and Split with maps

getting to and from Split and Dubrovnik airport
bus routes, durations and companies
ferry routes, durations and companies
driving times and parking information

opening hours and prices of all major sights
cultural, architectural, historic and artistic background on all sights

Croatian language section with 20 helpful
phrases, pronunciation guide, numbers, days and months
all about mobile phones, useful numbers and getting online

advice on which neighborhoods are the best to stay in
description, location, pricing and contact
information for 20 hotels in Split, 43 hotels in
Dubrovnik and dozens of the best throughout the region

the best bars, clubs and discos in the region
where to take the kids

the best restaurants for local specialties
where the locals eat
the best shopping deals
how to avoid the crowds

About Jeanne Oliver
Jeanne is a professional guidebook writer who has
been visiting and reporting about Croatia
regularly since 1996 and now publishes
www.croatiatraveller.com, a 1600-page online
travel guide. She wrote the first guidebook in
English to Croatia for Lonely Planet in 1999,
followed by three subsequent editions. Her travel
articles have appeared in the Miami Herald, San
Francisco Chronicle, St Petersburg Times, the
Denver Post, National Geographic Traveler and the New York Post.

Transferring her knowledge and expertise on
matters Croatian to the web has allowed her to
expand upon her advice to travelers and keep
Croatia travel information fresh and up-to-date.
Going "indie" as a travel publisher has also
allowed her to tell the unvarnished truth about
the best--and worst--Croatia has to offer on
everything from accommodation to dining to
transport to sights. Jeanne travels to Croatia
annually to update the content on her website.

Travel & Adventure
February 27
Jeanne Oliver
Smashwords, Inc.

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