Bosnia and Hercegovina – although wildly pretty, this country still stays undervalued as a holiday destination. Not for long! With its deep, unassuming human warmth, its untouched nature and dynamic culture, it is a place that will leave a lifelong mark on anybody who cares to know about it.
This year again, we wanted to finish 2018 in style – and since sharing is caring – we decided to launch another Christmas giveaway. We wish you warm and cozy Christmas holidays in loving atmosphere and positive vibes. Damn, we are lucky! Thank you Santa for bringing us always together.
Last May we were visited by Maatje and Frans, sweet young couple from Netherlands who spent 22 days cruising around the Balkans. They had quite a ride and thankfully, left us with good vibes and a lot of tips for our yet to come lowriders. Big thanks to Maatje and Frans for sending us these lovely photos and such a
Since we are getting a lot of questions about where to sleep while road-tripping, we decided to post a short clarification about camping outside campsites. While wild camping in most countries isn’t allowed, it is widely practiced and tolerated. Bear in mind that wild camping calls for spontaneity and that most of the time you will not be able to open
Last year we decided to form a new Lowriders tradition – a Christmas giveaway which we will be repeating every year at the same time – when the temperature reaches 0 Celsius and there is nothing we would like more but to pack our bags and head to some warmer corner of the world.
It may not have the samba-fuelled antics of Rio de Janeiro or the giddy opulence of Venice, but Rijeka wins at carnivals when it comes to sheer stamina: with the Croatian port town staging an entire month of festivities through February. A recent revival of a medieval tradition, the highlight of the carnival is the 10,000-strong parade, with locals marching
2018 is approaching at the fast pace and we decided to treat you with a unique present. We are rolling our first Christmas giveaway! Get your fully equipped camper van and discover wonders of Croatia before it gets crazily crowded. Merry Christmas!
Just as we were crossing off last available days in September on our calendar, an email hit our inbox. Pretty confident introduction, statistically presented information and thorough itinerary for a trip led to a collaboration with Sandro and Boris, two brothers originally from Rijeka, Croatia – more known as Brotherside, a name under which these two fellows are branding their
The arts have long been burgeoning in Croatia, as evidenced by a number of Croatia’s festivals, many of which have been among the country’s cultural highlights for decades. From one of contemporary music’s biggest festivals, to a traditional folklore fest and even a cutting-edge electronica festival, discover Croatia’s most interesting festivals. MUSIC BIENNALE ZAGREB Zagreb, in April Since 1961,
The Peljesac Chanel between the Peljesac Peninsula and Korcula Island is a well-known windsurfing area due to the deep water between the two and friendly Mistral breeze – bliss for sunbathers but equally handy for kite and windsurfers alike. Mistral is a “benevolent”, a friendly wind looked forward by sailors and all those who enjoy the summer season under