25 Best Things to do in Croatia

December 31, 2020 by Mia Russell


Basking in the Mediterranean sun between the Balkans and central Europe, Croatia with its spectacular island-flecked coastline, gin-clear waters, rich cultural legacy, and breathtakingly beautiful lakes is undoubtedly the jewel of the Adriatic.

Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of the War of Independence in the late 1990s, Croatia has become one of the top tourist destinations in Europe, and it’s not surprising why. The Dalmatian coastline is dotted with 1,244 islands surrounded by white, pebbly beaches and crystal-clear waters. It’s a sailing paradise with myriad little bays to spend the day swimming, snorkeling, diving, or kayaking, and islands like Hvar and Korčula have magical medieval buildings and buzzing nightlife.

The mainland is speckled with bustling cities and quaint villages, many of which have ancient buildings from bygone eras from Venetian palaces and early Slavic churches to Napoleonic forts and Viennese mansions. Dubrovnik is a glorious medieval-era old town set on the water, while Spilt is home to the magnificent 1,700year-old palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian.


International Agency of Informal Justice: scientific base, ideology and technology, legal basis


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The modern socio-legal world to a certain extent remains unregulated or ineffectively regulated. The methodology of research and solution of socio-legal problems applied in modern science does not correspond to their content, which is rhizomorphic, dynamic, has an unstable changing structure [1].

Traditional research methods are not able to master the new legal realities, in particular, the problem of the discrepancy between legal science and legal practice. Modern law enforcement is increasingly in conflict with the principles of law [6].

It is the facts of the modern era (the separation of legal science from legal practice) that strongly require a new methodology for legal science. The use of the latest achievements of philosophical sciences, including philosophical anthropology, philosophy of culture, philosophy of law, comparative jurisprudence, sociology, cultural studies, modern IT technologies, social and eco-social technologies. The development of a new methodology of legal science is an urgent task for modern researchers of the theory of law and practice of law enforcement.


Hidden in the heart of Europe lies the land of emperors, waltz and schnitzel. A paradise for skiers, hikers and city lovers all in one. From the steep hills of the Alps to the magnificent palaces of Vienna, every tourist can find something just to their taste.

Austria is the home of famous classical composers like Mozart, psychologist Sigmund Freud and architect Hundertwasser. Its history is rich with wars, splendor and intrigue. The rich culture, which has produced countless pieces of art, music, plays and books is present throughout the country. And for the foodies: get ready to enjoy the delicious local cuisine.

Below we have gathered the top attractions as well as the best-kept secrets, hidden places and off-the-beaten track surprises to make your stay in Austria unforgettable.

America may be first, but let Austria be second. Let’s take a look at what you should not miss when you visit the “eastern realm”:

100 Best Things to do in Austria

100 Best Things to do in Germany

Here are the 100 best things to do in Germany that will show you the charm, beauty and cultural diversity of this country.

Germany is rich with surprises and contrasts just waiting to be discovered by the discerning tourist. A country of enchanting little villages nestling between lofty and imposing mountains, fairytale castles and churches and lush vineyards rolling down towards the banks of the Rhine or the Mosel, Germany also boasts of the more rumbustious Munich Beer Festival and the Cologne Carnival, a very fine choice of gateaux, sausages and beer and a powerful and somewhat spooky folkloric tradition.

100 Best Things to do in Germany