The Adriatic Sea /ˌeɪdriˈætɨk/ (Italian: mare Adriatico; Serbo-Croatian: Jadransko more; Albanian: Deti Adriatik; Slovene: Jadransko morje; Istro-Romanian: marea Adriatică) is a body of water separating the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan peninsula and the Apennine Mountains from the Dinaric Alps and adjacent ranges.
Croatian stuffed peppers, or punjene paprike, as they are called in these here parts, are total comfort food, and so easy to veganise. The sweetness of the peppers, combined with the savoury, slightly spicy filling, and the thick, rich tomato gravy, makes this almost a satisfying meal by itself… but couple them with fluffy mashed potatoes, and I tell you, it’s Heaven on a plate. | yumsome.com
To make the most of your trip to Croatia, you’ll want to speak a bit of Croatian. All of the former-Yugoslavian countries share the same Serbo-Croatian language, so once you learn these 10 phrases they will also come in handy as you travel from Croatia to Montenegro and Serbia. Of course some words and dialects differ between the countries, but the general gist is the same. | Expedia Viewfinder Travel Blog