August 17, 2019 – Continuing our look at the Adriatic coast as it once was, a journey back in time over 50 years ago to gorgeous Sibenik 1968.
It is one of my favourite cities in Croatia, and one of its most underrated.
Nestled between more fashionable Split and Zadar, each with their own airports, Sibenik is probably the less discovered gem of the bigger settlements on the Adriatic coast.
That is slowly changing, however, as the City of Stone Fortresses asserts its cultural heritage. For here you will find not one, but two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Cathedral of St James and St Nicholas Fortress, the only place in Croatia with more than one world heritage site.
How much has the city changed over the years? Judge for yourself by comparing Sibenik 2019 and this lovely snapshot of Sibenik 1968 in the video below.
To learn more about this amazing city, check out the Total Croatia Sibenik in a Page guide.