Idyllic sunny beaches, fascinating ancient ruins, breathtaking scenery and some serious old-world charm are just some of the highlights that await you in this historically rich Eastern European nation. With thousands of miles of seafront and more than a thousand islands blanketed in lush vegetation, Croatia's coastline is Eastern Europe's Riviera. Even during the busy season, there are still enough off-the-beaten-track islands, secluded coves and stone fishing villages to make nature lovers feel as if they’re visiting Europe at its most unspoiled. Those seeking sophisticated luxury will be equally well catered for by the wide range of upmarket hotels, yacht-filled harbours, glitzy cocktail bars and world-class restaurants serving mouth-watering cuisine. With its gorgeous historic walled cities full of fairytale castles and its rural areas blessed with impressive national parks, it is no surprise that Croatia is emerging as one of Europe’s premier seaside destinations.

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In Croatia, the standard voltage is 220 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type C/F. Some hotels do have 110-volt…

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CurrencyKuna (HRK; symbol Kn) = 100 Lipa. Notes are in denominations of Kn1,000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20 and 10. Coins are in denominations of Kn25, 5, 2…

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Food is almost universally safe, and tap water is fine to drink.The Adriatic coast is renowned for its variety of seafood dishes, and Italian influences…

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Croatia has a varied climate, with continental climate conditions inland and Mediterranean influence on the Adriatic coast. Peak season is July – August,…

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Zagreb (ZAG),Rijeka (RJK), Split (SPU), Pula (PUY) and Dubrovnik (DBV) international airportsall receive domestic flights Domestic services also run to…

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Lightweights and beachwear (including sun protection) are recommended for summer. Medium weights for winter with heavy, warm clothing for inland areas….

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Please consult your health-care provider 4-6 weeks prior to travel to ensure you are receiving all required vaccinations and that the medication has…

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Croatia is safe in general. We recommend normal precautions be taken as you would for any city in the world. Be aware of your surroundings and stay in…

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U.S. citizens do not require a visa. Non U.S. citizens should consult with your local embassy.

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Language:The official language is Croatian (Hrvatski). Ethnic minorities living in Croatia also speak Serbian, Slovenian, Hungarian and Italian. People…

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Dubrovnik is a well-preserved historical city in southern Croatia, known for its distinctive 16th century Old Town, encircled with massive stone walls. After a disastrous earthquake…

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Situated in the Adriatic Sea just off the coast of Croatia, the sun-drenched island of Hvar is a popular summer destination known for its spectacular landscape…

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Conveniently located only 12 kilometres from the bustling city of Zadar, Petrcane is a quaint historical village on Croatia’s spectacularly scenic Dalmatian Coast. What was once…

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Idyllically set on the coast of the Istrian Peninsula in western Croatia, Porec is an ancient Roman town and a popular summer resort. This chic, bustling…

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Dalmatia's capital for more than 1,000 years, Zadar is frequently overlooked by travelers heading for Split or Dubrovnik. They are missing out on an intriguing city…

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At the foot of Mount Medvednica, on a plain overlooking the Sava River, lies Zagreb, Croatia’s vibrant capital city. The city boasts a charming medieval old…

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