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Sibenik and Lake Krka National Park

More beautiful lakes.

sunny 26 °C

Apparently they aren't allowed to put the numbers of the buildings on the street walls - makes life particularly difficult in finding one's accommodation! Wandering around Sibenik in the evening gave me the opportunity to appreciate why this particular town is a UNESCO world heritage old town whilst watching a beautiful sunset.

The morning excursion to Skradin and then a short cruise to Krka National Park to appreciate the second incredible waterfall site in Croatia. Whilst not being quite as stunning as Plitvice Lakes, there was the distinct advantage of being able to swim in the Krka river and bottom lake and appreciate the lakes from within.

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The venue proved to be quite popular with local having picnics, sunbathing nude and generally having an altogether lovely time.

The evening consisted of a bus ride to Split and an evening checking into the hostel and eating crepes by the waterfront - yum!

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Posted by ellenjd 06:01 Archived in Croatia Tagged split sibenik krka_national_park

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Krka also looks amazing....
Do you know why they're not allowed to put numbers up? That's rather odd... But thanks for the tip! Simply because it's a UNESCO site... Okay.

Did you say crepes by the waterfront? Awesome... I'm looking forward to that... :) Thanks for posting the photos - really, really lovely.

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