BBC says: After 2013 buy houses in Croatia

BBC says: After 2013 buy houses in Croatia
The front page news of the British BBC, one of the most relevant international media, was published an article in which tourists and potential investors are invited after the year 2013 to invest in the purchase of real estate on the coast of our beautiful country, which will, they say from the Island, from the year of Croatian accession to the EU be "ripe for the picking."
- In two years, Croatia will, after Slovenia, become the second country from former Yugoslavia to join the European Union as the 28th member.
But, Croatia is now turned to face the future. Since the war in the 1990's, Croatia has become a leading tourist destination for Western tourists. Miles of beautiful Adriatic coast and forests and lakes in the interior have attracted travelers and purchasers of a  'second home' from all around the globe - BBC praised Croatia and its coastline, which is reminiscent, 1778 kilometers long, has more than a thousand islands and over 300 sunny days a year.

- Zagreb has a rich culture and rich night life, but the major tourist attractions and events center are on the coast. Visitors literally flock to sandy beaches of the Istrian Peninsula, the beautiful islands of the blue-green sea, the elegant entertainment on the island of Hvar, Split and Dubrovnik in order to learn of their history, culture and beauty - said the prime text of a BBC news-portal, where they did not forget to mention the gastronomic cuisine and the beauty of the architecture.

'World's smallest apartment' on sale in Rome

'World's smallest apartment' on sale in Rome
A former porter's closet measuring five square metres (55 sq ft) has gone on the market in Rome at £43,000.
The property, which is being described as the world's smallest apartment, lies in the heart of the Italian capital, which has become one of the world's most expensive cities for property, but is barely large enough to contain a single bed.
The owner of the bijou property says he has been inundated with queries since putting it on the market a few days ago.
Presented as a "compact bedsit", it is located on Piazza di Sant' Ignazio, a picturesque square overlooked by an enormous Renaissance church.
One report described it as "little bigger than a wigwam" while Il Giornale, a daily newspaper, commented: "In Rome, people now live like rats".
The flat consists of a ground floor bathroom with a shower, sink and lavatory and a ladder leading to a sleeping platform just big enough for a single bed. There is a single window, but to open it you have to climb over the bed.

Istria, top summer food destinations

Istria, Croatia

In Istria, Croatia's northern peninsula, the land is bursting with all things green. Vineyards flank winding roads. Trees, heavy with figs and peaches, hang over garden gates.

Croatia's 1,390-square-mile northern peninsula is known for its freshly caught seafood, terraced olive groves, hilltop vineyards and truffles. Head to 120-year-old Kabola, Istria's first green-certified winery, to taste wines that have been partly aged in amphoras, or clay vessels.

The family vintners are especially passionate about regional Malvazija grapes; if you like red, don't miss the peppery 2009 Teran.

Afterward, drive 15 minutes south to dine on cuttlefish in its own ink topped with silky puréed potatoes and a generous portion of black truffle shavings at San Rocco Hotel's restaurant.

Beyond Croatia, summer's food groups are as distinctive as countries themselves.

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Istria, Croatia In Istria, Croatia's northern peninsula, the land is bursting with all things...