Croatia is like the poetry of Shakespeare! You can feel the emotions, perceive the depth of its beauty as soon as you connect to its soulful environs. Words are not enough to unfold the extravagance of Croatia. It is a dreamland! The European country is truly blessed with the best of mother nature. Every frame of Croatia looks like the painted landscape on the blank canvas with the adequate use of varied vibrant colors. The Croatian castle lands are the age-old storytellers of its treasured gems. The joyous snow-capped mounts overlook the tranquil crystal-clear waters as they caress the glimmering white sands. The country has more to serve than what it seems to have. Experience Croatia like the climax of a suspense novel that remains unexplored until you reach its last page and every chapter has an exceptional beauty to express. Explore Croatia tourism with us.
USEFUL INFO. ABOUT CROATIA
OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Croatia
FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Constitutional republic
CAPITAL & LARGEST CITY: Zagreb
POPULATION: 4,076,246 (2019 est.)
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE(S): Croatian
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: Serbian, Czech, Italian, Hungarian, Slovak, and Romani.
ETHNICITY: Croats (90%), Serbs (4.40 %), and others (5.22%)
CURRENCY: Kuna (kn) (HRK)
Total: 56,594 km2 (Water: 1.09)
Lowest Point: Adriatic Sea (sea level)
Highest Point: Dinara 1,831 m (6,007 ft)
MAP REFERRED: Europe (Balkan region)
REGION: Central Europe
COASTLINE: 5,835.1 km (3,625.8 mi)
NEIGHBORING PLACES: Montenegro (358 km) | Hungary (531.2 km) | Serbia (320 km) | Slovenia (199 km) | Bosnia and Herzegovina (147 km)
NATIONAL SYMBOL: Coat of Arms
National COLOURS: Red-White-Blue Tricolor (as in Croatian Flag)
FAMOUS FOR: Plitvice Lakes National Park| Hvar| Korcula| Krka National Park| Diocletian's Palace| Brac| Mljet| Vis| Walls of Dubrovnik and many more
TIME ZONE: Hr. (UTC+1), Summer (DST) UTC+2
DRIVING SIDE: Right
LITERACY RATE: 99.13 %
AIRPORTS IN AZERBAIJAN:
Zagreb IATA: ZAG
Dubrovnik IATA: DBV
Split IATA: SPU
Zadar IATA: ZAD
Rijeka IATA: RJK
Pula IATA: PUY
AVG. COST PER DAY: 77 USD
NETWORK / CONNECTIVITY
In Croatia, about 1.9 million people use telephones and approximately 6 million mobile-cellular networks. The main mobile operator is Hrvatski Telekom. The signal connection of the network is good and has improved more over the period. Since 17th November 1992, Croatia has access to the internet and that was the time that changed Croatia into a next-gen land.
The Internet gave a new face to Croatia and played a major role in its growth and development. The first international connection linking Zagreb and Vienna became operational. Most of the Croatian population (estimated 74.2 %) including people from home, work, and school are using the Internet.
Even the general public use the internet on their mobile phone for personal usage. More than 3.17 million people are internet users that makes rank high in the list of heavy internet users worldwide. Today you can find many internet cafes at the corner of the streets and free Wi-Fi spots.
You can buy local sim cards for better connectivity, but it is recommended to use the free Wi-Fi zones. In this digital age, staying connected is very important, hence, the local operators provide good speed and connection. You can make ample use of social media (Instagram, Facebook, Skype, and many other online applications) to communicate with your friends and family.
Country Calling Code: +385
Phone number of the Ministry of tourism Croatia: +385 1 6169 300
General Emergency Numbers: 112 Police : Police 192/ GEN Fire :Police 193/ GEN Ambulance : 194/ GEN
Iran country code: 98
** Drop the 0 when dialing an area code from outside the country.
Kuna is the Croatian currency, since 1994. The Kuna is issued by the Croatian National Bank. The Croatian coins are created by the Croatian Monetary Institute. Lipa is the subunit of Croatia's currency.
1 kn = 100 lipa
1 Croatian Kuna HRK = 0.52 United Arab Emirates Dirham (as on 3 April 2020)
Kuna notes can be found in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500
Lipa coins can be found in denominations of 10 lp, 20 lp, 50 lp, 1 kn, 2 kn, and 5 kn
**Please note that Travelers Cheques are NOT accepted at most places.
Croatia first appeared in the 7th century. The Dutch of Croatia (medieval Croatian Duchy) and the Duchy of Pannonian Croatia (medieval Slavic Duchy) united and then elevated into the Kingdom of Croatia. The Croatian kingdom lasted from 925 until 1918.
Later in the 12th century, the kingdom became a part of the Personal Union with the Kingdom of Hungary. Then, from the period of the 15th to the 17th century, the country faced its own struggles and bitter times with the state of Caliphate (Ottoman Empire).
Croatia regained its independence in 1991 after being incorporated in Yugoslavia for most of the 20th century. The area of Croatia was inhabited throughout the prehistoric period. Remnants of several Neolithic and Chalcolithic cultures were unearthed in several regions of Croatia.
The first ruler of Croatia was Tomislav. The king ruled over the Kingdom of Croatia and defeated Hungarian and Bulgarian invasions, spreading the influence of Croatian kings. The medieval Croatian Kingdom reached a peak at the time of the 11th century and then was in control of several dynasties in numerous reigns.
Croatia has evolved a lot since its discovery and the varied history and played a major role in its growth and development. There were major political, cultural, and regional changes that played a vital role to gain its individual identity. In fact, On 22 April and 7 May 1990, the first free multi-party elections were held in Croatia and the election system has been in the system since then.
Croatia is well placed in South-Eastern Europe in the Balkan region. The geographical diversity of Croatia is par excellence. The crescent-shaped country houses many natural gems like low mountains and the highlands are located near the exotic coastlines. There are more than 400 natural protected areas in Croatia. The flat plains hug the Hungarian border and a multitude of islands.
Croatia's geography covers 56,594 km2 (21,851 sq mi), which makes it the 127th largest country in the world. Croatia borders with many other prominent European countries like Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia in the east. Slovenia touches the western areas; Hungary caresses northern Croatia while Montenegro and the Adriatic Sea kiss the southern parts.
Most of the lowlands are in the Northern regions of Croatia. The plains are interspersed with horst and graben structures. The length of Croatia's Adriatic Sea mainland coast is 1,777.3 kilometers (1,104.4 mi) long. Also, Croatia's 1,246 islands and islets encompass a further 4,058 kilometers (2,522 mi) of coastline (the most indented coastline in the Mediterranean).
62% of Croatia's territory is encompassed by the Black Sea drainage basin. Croatia comprises 99% of land and 1% of water. The European country is especially prominent in the Dinaric Alps, as well as throughout the coastal areas and the islands. The Dinaric Alps contain the highest mountain in Croatia- 1,831-metre. Hence, the amalgamation of all these natural wonders adds up to the beauty of this amazing land.
Croatia has a diverse culture. Varied rulers brought many cultural choices that played a major role in its changing customs and beliefs. A mix of past traditions seasoned with remnants of the earlier Greek, Roman, and Bronze Age civilizations are the summing variables of Croatian culture. The visual elements are also influenced by the Venetian Renaissance Period.
In Croatia, you can witness a blend of many cultural spheres. The Illyrian movement helped in the development of Croatian culture. The early modern period was revived by the group of several young Croatian intellectuals. The country has always been on the crossroads of the influence of western and eastern cultures. It also saw unprecedented developments in all fields of art and culture over the period.
The Dramatic Literature
Writing has always been a huge part of the Croatian culture since ages. From appointing its first ruler to creating the poetry of life and nature, Croatia has used its magic wand in producing amazing literature. It gave birth to many mesmerizing write-ups that are simply life-changing and mind-boggling.
The Eccentric Art
Sculpture artists, painters or sketch artists, Croatia has many eye-soothing and astounding creations to serve with its talent like no other. The art centers, exhibitions halls, and the markets have a lot more to cater too. Sight and admire the magic created by the hands of the old masters.
Centre Of Recreation
Croatia is a recreation land. The drama theaters are the main spots to witness the dance shows, music performances, and many other plays for entertainment. Even the nightlife of the gleaming town is thrilling and exciting.
FOOD & DRINK
Croatian cuisine is a mixture of varied traditions and has been influenced for ages by Turkish, Central European, and Italian cuisines. The lip-smacking variety present in the dishes is astounding. Vegetables and meat are served as a part of heavy lunch.
The typical dishes of Croatia are the green cabbage leaves filled with chopped meat (cevapcici (rolls of seasoned grilled meat)), dumplings, and pickles. Croatian cuisine is heterogeneous. The cuisines differ as per the regions. Fruits, vegetables, and meat are vital parts of the food.
The coastal side of Croatia is famous for the amazing seafood, fish is served with blitva (a dish of Swiss culture mixed with potatoes and crushed garlic in olive oil). The main use of ingredients in Croatian food is olive oil, herbs, and spices such as rosemary, sage, bay leaf, oregano. The flavors hit right on the throat and tastes.
The traditional breakfast includes cheese cornbread and strong coffee by the side. The delicacies available in every house of Croatia are cheese from the local islands and authentic wines made in the old-age vineyards, particularly in Dalmatia. These are the secret taste of the authentic taste of Croatia.
Beverages in Croatia are mostly alcohol-based, Rakija is the most popular spirit in Croatia. Lime drinks and fruit juices are also available for the fans of non-alcohol drinks. In fact, the National drink of Croatia and every other country of the Balkan area is Rakia (juice of distilled fermented fruit). Rakia is made from any and every fruit and taste differs from fruit to fruit.
Must-Try Delicacies: Pork, Mijesano Meso Or Raznjici (Skewers), Zagrebacki Odrezak (Veal Steaks Stuffed with Ham and Cheese, Breaded and Fried), snicle (Schnitzel) and Meso Z Tiblice.
Must-Try Drinks: Vinjak (Cognac), Maraschino (A Cherry Liqueur Made in Zadar), Prosek (Sweet Dessert Wine), Croatian Pivo (Beer), and Pelinkovac (Herbal Liqueur).
WHY SHOULD YOU VISIT CROATIA?
To explore the rich history of Croatia that is centuries old and can be seen in its narrow alleys and antique towns.
To witness natural magnificence which is the highlight of this appealing European country.
To explore the Dalmatian region, a narrow belt of the east shore of the Adriatic Sea holding grand structures in its coastal stretch.
To be a part of the amazing music festivals held all over the country to celebrate the soothing melody.
To taste the authentic delicacies like the spicy seafood and taste the juicy meat as Croatia is a meat paradise.
Explore the sites where certain shots of Game of Thrones were filmed, the world-renowned series which created a buzz in the International entertainment media.
Explore vintage extravagance expressed in its sky kissing towers, massive castles and the art houses that preserve the evidence of its varied art culture.
Buy amazing Croatian home decors that are majorly influenced by the Bohemian styles and colorful art-effects.
Witness sunny weather complement the beauty of the Croatian nature with its colorful contrasts several times of the day.
To admire the authenticity of the medieval Roman ruins that holds ancient feel and appears mesmerizing.
To visit the beaches that have amazing presence of lush green spaces and aquamarine waters kissing the glimmering white sands.
To be a part of the thrilling and exciting hiking trails that reach up to the amazing heights of the mountains.
To explore the World's quirkiest museums that hold many atypical and insignificant objects.
To taste the heavenly coffee made from the freshest beans grown in the fields. The coffee houses have a trend of decorating the interiors that are unique and creative.
Traverse the party towns and explore the fantastic nightlife with upbeat music and amazing variety of liquor.
Croatia is a center of the most wonderful and colorful cities with specific culture and traditions as per the region.
Participate in happening water activities like snorkeling, deep diving, swimming, fishing or greet the adorable dolphins in its water areas.
Cherish the beauty of the mind-blowing island; Croatia is also known as the "islands nation"!
Visit Croatia to witness the world's most beautiful and enchanting palindromic places.
BEST TIME TO VISIT CROATIA
CROATIA CLIMATE | CROATIA WEATHER
Croatia's mountainous regions experience heavy snowfall and long winters. Summer is usually mild and short. Most of Croatia has a moderately warm and rainy continental climate. The country is consequently among the most biodiverse in Europe. Croatia's weather is favorable all year round, but some months are the projectors of its peak beauty.
Croatia's temperature ranges between -3℃ (27℉) and 18℃ (64℉) on an average count over the period year approximately (depends on the environmental conditions). The climate and geomorphology of Croatia have given birth to numerous ecoregions.
The best time to visit Croatia (in terms of months) is:
Initial Months Croatia Weather in February (4.0℃ to 11.0℃)
February is the end of winters officially when the snow starts melting.
Croatia Weather in March (8.4℃ to 14.4℃)
During March, days are slightly cozy, and evenings are perfect for walks.
Croatia's weather in April (11℃ to 16.9℃)
April is the welcoming month of summer and the weather is pleasant.
Mid Months Croatia Weather in May (15.3℃ to 21.5℃)
May is the month that experiences warm days and cool nights which feels a bliss.
Croatia Weather in June (18℃ to 25℃)
The weather is hot and perfect for sunbathing.
Croatia Weather in July (19℃ to 30℃)
July is the peak month of summers and the perfect time to sight the amazing monuments and the structures of Croatia.
Croatia Weather in August (16℃ to 28℃)
August is the perfect time to witness the fall season and capture the utmost beauty of the country.
Croatia Weather in September (17℃ to 22℃)
The month of September experiences best nature views with all the trees shedding their leaves and brightening up the towns.
End Months Croatia Weather in November (12℃ to 20℃)
November is practically the initial winter month when you can witness the first snowfall.
Croatia Weather in December (7.8℃ to 13.4℃)
December is the peak winter month and is the perfect weather for snow games. The town looks serene covered in a white blanket. TOP THINGS TO DO IN CROATIA
Visit Croatia Family
Admire creativity at the Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb
Indulge in history at the Klis Fortress
Visit the Tower Kamerlengo Trogir
Visit Croatia as a Couple
Explore Zrce Festival Beach
Spend time at the Krka National Park
Visit the Visovac Monastery
Visit Croatia with Friends
Have fun at the Aquapark Istralandia
Explore the Sljeme, one of the highest and most breathtaking peaks of Croatia
Windsurf and boat at the Golden Horn
Visit Croatia with Kids
Stroll in the Plitvice Lakes National Park
Enjoy at the Brijuni islands
Sight past in present at Walls of Dubrovnik
What to Buy?
Lavender Products (soap, perfumes and more)
Traditional Croatian Folk Instruments
Maraschino Cherries & Liqueur
Traditional Croatian Lace
BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN CROATIA
In the list of Croatia's tourist spots, Hvar ranks on top. It is practically one of the best places to see in Croatia. There are numerous fun things to do in Hvar as it is an amazing resort island with a historic port. Hvar's weather is pleasant, typically at the time of summers when the cool breeze keeps you fresh in the hot season. Timing: 09:00 am - 03:00 pm every day Entry Prices: 2.83 USD approximately (Hvar Fortress)
It is an amazing Island in the Adriatic Sea. The panoramic island houses vineyards, marina bays, and beaches that are scenic. It is an amazing place to visit in Croatia. The turquoise blue contrasts of water surround the place and add up extravagance to its serene environs. Timing: 24 hours Entry Prices: *Not mentioned
It is one of the largest islands in the Dalmatia region of Croatia. The National Park is practically a spread of forested mountains with aquamarine-colored water touching the foothills and lush green spaces all around. The ferry takes you for a ride around the island closer to the astounding views. Timing: 08:00 am to 08:00 pm Entry Prices: 17.71 USD (adult), 9.92 USD (child (7-18 yrs), student, retirees)
Walls of Dubrovnik
The historical defensive stone wall with age-old significance looks amazing. It is one of the best places to visit in Croatia. The structure has faced numerous additions and modifications over the period. One look is enough to feel the magic of this place. The site is a part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Timing: 08:00 am to 03:00 pm every day Entry Prices: 28.33 USD (adult), 7.08 USD (child and student),
Free Entry for Children under the age of 7 accompanied by an adult
Other Popular Places to Visit
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Krka National Park
Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb
Saint Domnius Cathedral
Museum of Contemporary Art
Temple of Augustus, Pula
Archaeological Museum of Istria
Zrce Festival Beach
Most Popular Regions & Cities to Visit In Croatia
It is the Croatian capital and one of the prominent cities. Zagreb weather is favorable all around. There are many things to do in Zagreb. Visit the churches, museums, and cathedrals. August is the peak season when Zagreb's temperature is moderate and perfect to stroll around. Famous Visiting Places: Cathedral of Zagreb, Upper town, St. Marks Church and many more places.
The city is filled with the distinctive old town and encircled with massive stone walls. There are many things to do in Dubrovnik like witnessing the well-preserved buildings that range from palaces to churches and numerous fantastic creations. Dubrovnik's weather is favorable all year round which makes it perfect for exploring the amazement of this place. The history saved in its museums is varied and amazing. Famous Visiting Places: Walls of Dubrovnik, Lokrum, Stradun, Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik and much more
It is a lively and the second-largest city in Croatia. The place offers an urban lifestyle and a much happening nightlife. There are ample of things to do in Split as the town is a party destination and the happening environment makes it all worth exploring. The scenic appearance with varied contrast is simply marvelous. Split's weather is slightly warm, and the peak season lies in the month of August. Famous Visiting Places: Diocletian's Palace, Saint Domnius Cathedral, Mestrovic Gallery, Bacvice Beach, and many astounding places.
It is a Croatian city located in the Dalmatian region. There are several Venetian gates in the city walls. The place is surrounded by the Roman-era structures, medieval times art and architecture and the age-old Orthodox churches. Zadar's weather is really pleasing and is perfectly suitable to roam around the place. Famous Visiting Places: Church of St Donatus, Cathedral of St. Anastasia, Sea Organ, Museum of Ancient Glass and many amazing places
If you can make time...
More Places to Explore in Croatia
Slavonski Brod, Croatia
Major Festivals and Events in Croatia
The festival has been one of the most happening annual gatherings in Croatia since 2005. The upbeat environment with people and music in the air is ecstatic. It is an electronic music festival that calls for various enthusiastic group of performers from all over the world. From all the other music events, it is one of the top festivals Location: Top hotels all over Croatia Date: June or July
International Folklore Festival
This festival solemnly celebrates the traditional dance and music of the European nations of the past 50 years. Get ready to witness the astounding performances from the dozens if folklore groups all over the world. Sight the typical and rich variety of European dances such as promenades, contra dances, quadrilles, cotillions, mazurkas, and many more. Location: Zagreb Date: July
Dance Week festival
The contemporary dance forms have their own fan-audience in Croatia. One of the top things to do in Croatia is to be at this Dance Week Festival. It is held annually and features great works by the members of the Croatian Choreographic Platform and artists from around the globe. The performances portray feelings, emotions, and sensitive stories that project the utmost creativity. Location: Theatres in Zagreb Date: 4 June to 12 June
The Eurokaz Festival has been delighting theatrical arts fans since 1987. The festival celebrates the art of storytelling through acts, theater, and films. One of Eastern Europe's prominent festival focuses on films and video screenings. Witness an array of international performances, Croatian art scene, and tremendous performances from national theaters and artists. Location: Zagreb Date: September
In order to travel to Croatia (HRV), you require a passport with a minimum validity of 3 months from the applied visa expiry date. If you transit through a Schengen country to Croatia, your passport should have at least six months of validity.
There are some countries that are exempt from the list of visa requirements to travel to Croatia. The name of the countries include:
15 Days Visa-Free Travel: SÃ£o Tome and PrÃncipe
Up to 1-Month Visa-Free Travel: Uzbekistan, Philippines, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Cape Verde, Belarus
Up to 3 Months or 90-days Visa-Free Travel: Albania, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Bolivia, Bosnia, and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei, Cape Verde, Costa Rica, Dominica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Gambia, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Israel, Japan, Kiribati, South Korea, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Micronesia, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Nicaragua, North Macedonia, Palau, Paraguay, Peru, QaSaint Kitts and Navistar, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Tuvalu, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela
Single Entry Visas can be availed for a term of 3 days to 3 months
Transit Visas: A visa is not required to transit through Croatia.
Get more information on 'How to get a visa to Croatia' through the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
**Please note that the information is subject to change. For the latest information and updates, please contact your embassy.
GETTING AROUND THE PLACE
The brand-new highway network connection of Croatia is smooth and offers a comfortable ride. All the cities can be reached via local buses. The fares are quite reasonable and are frequently available all over the towns and cities. The tickets are cheap too, so, it is good for the backpackers for budget traveling.
Car renting is one of those options that help in saving time and serve you with the most convenient rides. You will be picked up from the stop and left just in front of your destination without any hassle. The cost is reasonable and ideal for you if you are traveling with kids and senior citizens. The price depends on the car you rent and the journey route.
Croatia's train networks serve mainly the northern parts of the country and some of the main coastal areas. Direct connection from one city to the other is available which makes it one of the most convenient means of transportation all over Croatia. Fares are reasonable and the availability is good too.
Ferry rides are one of the most prominent means of transportation in Croatia. The cities are connected via the main coastal islands from where ferries take you to Croatia's top tourist spots. Fares depend on the route of your journey.
HOW TO GET THERE?
Via Air Route
Croatia Airlines serves 8 domestic destinations and 30 international destinations in 23 countries. The connectivity of the country with the world is a major reason for its convenient tourism. The flights offer good facilities and have reasonable price structures.
Via Rail Route
The trains are well connected with the neighboring countries due to its amazing geographical assemblage. Croatia is also a part of the Eurail network. Hop on the fast-speed trains and reach the desired destination conveniently.
Via Road Route
Pass through the local roads and cross the borders to reach the neighboring country like Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and many more nearby areas. It is a perfect getaway for the other Europeans gems. Just book a rented car and you are all set to head for a fun-filled tour.
Via Water Route
You can reach Croatia by waterways without any hassle. There are ferries and boats available to connect the country to other nations through the water routes. The shortest route by water is from Venice to Rovinj, it takes about 2 hours. Further, overnight boat sails from Ancona to Split which takes just over 9 hours. The journey time between Bari to Dubrovnik takes up to 10 hours.
Explore the top sites of Croatia.
Click Instagram worthy pictures.
Make sure to taste the traditional cuisines of Croatia.
Buy the handmade home decors.
Be a part of the ecstatic festivals.
Always carry local currency.
Do make a note of the traffic rules and regulations of Croatia before self-driving.
International Driver's License is mandatory if you are driving on your own.
Tipping is common at restaurants.
Signing for travel insurance is highly recommended.
Do not indulge in any sort of photography in the prohibited areas.
It is recommended to hook onto the Wi-Fi as much as possible for better connectivity.
It is highly recommended to use public transport for an amazing travel experience.
Keep your luggage and bags safe to avoid any mishappening.
Be aware of the bar scams.
DO install the translation app for Croatian language translation.
Be cautious in the mountains while hiking.
DO NOT reveal your address or room number to any stranger.
Always keep printed proof of all the pre-bookings or online bookings you make.
DO keep your visa and passport in your bag before heading out.
Obtain a valid tourist driving license before renting a car.
DO NOT click pictures of the restricted areas.
Always keep the emergency numbers of Croatia (112) on speed dial.
Never violate any rules and regulations in Croatia.
Give respect to others and do not speak ill of anyone.
Park vehicles in the legit parking places only.
Avoid getting scammed in bars, drink accordingly.
Must carry a first aid.
Do take mosquito repellents to avoid mosquito-borne diseases.
Get medical insurance before traveling to Croatia.
Obtain an eye-cooling drop to protect the eyes from outside heat and dirt.
It is recommended to keep face masks to avoid tiny dust particles.
Always keep hand sanitizers, wet tissues, and germ-kill sprays.
Carry your medications for a considerable period.
Do keep valid prescriptions in case of emergencies.
There is no such dress code for tourists in Croatia.
Make sure to dress comfortably.
Be comfortable in what you wear, that is all that matters.
Keep a hat or scarf to save yourself from the heat.
Keep a jacket with you for the evening as it might get cool.
Croatia experiences slightly warm weather, so dress accordingly.
PLACES TO VISIT NEAR CROATIA Serbia (320 km)
It is a landlocked country in the Balkan region of Europe. The country features some of the oldest monasteries, old towns, and antique fortresses. Serbia's enchanting landscapes are a true feast for the eyes and soul.
Slovenia (199 km)
It is a Central European country in the Balkan region. The mountainous regions, ski resorts, and the tranquil lakes hold the beauty of this place. The old towns are dotted with orthodox churches and amazing architecture of the 20th century.
Bosnia and Herzegovina (147 km)
It is a country in the Southeastern Europe region. The countryside area houses medieval villages, rivers, and lakes, in addition to the craggy Dinaric Alps. It not only showcases the old-age charms but also treats you with the outlandish view of nature and its serene environs.
Montenegro (358 km)
The Balkan country is wrapped with rugged mountains, medieval villages, and a narrow strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline. The appealing Bay resembles terrific fjords and the view is completely picture-perfect and Instagram worthy.
Hungary (531.2 km)
It is a European landlocked country, located in the Central Europe region. The cityscape is studded with architectural landmarks, grand neoclassical buildings, and settlements of the old times. Castle hills narrate the rich history of this place and appear staggering.
Distance Between Places of Importance In And Around Croatia
Zagreb to Dubrovnik: 599.9 km
Zagreb to Split: 408.7 km
Zagreb to Zadar: 285.2 km
Zagreb to Rijeka: 160.4 km
Croatia to Austria: 277.2 km
Croatia to Italy: 906.2 km
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT CROATIA
Croatia is the home of Dalmatians, one of the popular dog breeds in the world.
Croatia has a varied history.
Croatia's culture is a mixture of various influences.
Croatia's script is one of the oldest scripts in the world.
Croatia is a basket full of islands.
Game of Thrones, the top American series is shot in Croatia.
Croatia houses a varied amount of flora and fauna.
Croatia is home of the world's smallest town called "Hum"
Croatia is one of the best places for sunbathing all over the world.
Croatia was loved by the old Egyptians too.
You can witness some of the best sunsets in Croatia.
Croatia is home to numerous World Heritage sites.
Giant truffles are of Croatian origin.
The beaches in Croatia are renowned for their unique structures.
Roman Gladiators used to fight here.
Amphitheatre in Croatia is one of only 3 preserved in the world.
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Croatia can be rightfully defined as 'nature's symphony'.