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Croatia

Visit Croatia to marvel at the rich tapestry of history and the unblemished beauty of nature. The vibrant capital, Zagreb, is home to numerous galleries, museums, restaurants, and shopping centers. Meander through the quaint and ancient harbor towns and admire the colonial buildings of the Venetian era. Luxuriate the glorious Mediterranean sunshine while yachting across the blissful islands on the Adriatic and enjoy windsurfing, water skiing, and scuba diving too at the picturesque pebble beaches of Croatia.

Must Do Adventure

  • The Game of Thrones Walking Tour at the Old City Walls of Dubrovnik covers three parts, which include the Old Town and Fort Lovrijenac, Lokrum Island, and The City Walls. Marvel at the colossal outer walls, and walk through the narrow streets, and visit venues of The Red Keep, The Purple Wedding, The Riot, and The Walk Of Shame.

    Game Of Thrones Walking Tour at the Old City Walls
  • Explore the nooks and corners of Upper Town (Gornji Grad) by starting from the central square and walking to Kaptol. Have fun at the vibrant pedestrian streets, Tkalciceva and Gradec, and drop in at the quaint bohemian cafes. Visit Mestrovic Studio and stop to admire St. Mark’s Church.

    Upper Town Gornji Grad
  • The magnificent octagonal Cathedral of St. Domnius at Split is an embodiment of classic and ancient Roman architecture. Admire the doors of the cathedral, which depict the scenes of Christ, and then go up to the first floor of the cathedral to examine the various relics of St. Duje.

    Cathedral of St. Domnius

Bucket List Experience

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park on the Croatia Tour to explore the magnificently forested hillsides that surround sixteen brilliant emerald-blue lakes and a series of thunderous cascades. A network of wooden bridges and footpaths run criss-cross along the Park. Take an idyllic boating tour across the sapphire blue lakes and admire the lush green beauty of nature. The pristine Park is a blissful haven of a variety of wildlife. Watch out for timid bears and wolves, and enjoy the view of beautiful birds too.

Brac

Take a ferry ride from Split to reach the picturesque island, Brac. Go sunbathing at the beaches of Brac, especially at Zlatni Rat beach. Skip the crowd of tourists and chill out at the beaches around the village Murvica, to the west of Bol. Jump onto a catamaran to visit Hvar, the neighboring island of Brac. Don’t forget to sample the delicious platter of lamb meat and sheep cheese at Brac Island. Visit the famous wineries at Brac to savor the delicious white wine and red wine and take a tour of Skrip too.

Vis

The rocky and remote island Vis of Croatia had once been an isolated land but is now thronged by yachters and Hollywood stars. Have fun with blissful golden beaches, succulent lobsters, and sunlit caves at Vis. Visit the fascinating, jagged, and rocky Tito’s Cave and marvel at the sapphire gleam of the Blue Grotto. Hit the Skor Bar for a few drinks and go sailing in a gajeta fishing boats at the beautiful bays and coves. Check out the bronze Artemis head at Vis Archaeological Museum too.

Diocletian’s Palace

The colossal Diocletian’s Palace overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is home to the city of Split, the most exciting tourist destination of Croatia. Check out the four ornate and monumental gates of the palace, which seems more like a fortress. Marvel at the magnificently arcaded courtyard, the Peristyle, and stop to admire the beautiful bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Domnius. Visit the palace ruins at night when everything is illuminated or at the day to attend concerts held within the walls of the palace.

Krka Waterfalls

The seven Krka Waterfalls is in the picturesque Krka National Park, which is the home of more than 850 species of flora, over 222 species of birds, and more than 18 species of fishes. Relax or go for a delightful swimming session at Skradinski Buk Waterfalls and go for a walk along the trail of the wooden bridge above the lakes. Marvel at the beauty of the Roski Slap, the cascades or Rogovo, and visit the ruins of Rog Hillfort as well.

Elafiti Islands Cruise

Embark on a splendid cruise across the Elafiti Islands from the coastline of Dubrovnik. Enjoy the excursion to the picturesque Elaphite Islands onboard the majestic cruise ship. Go snorkeling and swimming at the sprawling sandy beaches and savor a delicious buffet luncheon of Dalmatian specialties on board the vessel. Explore the islands and relish the luxurious Mediterranean sunshine. Spend a few hours at the famous laguna beach, Sunj, explore the quaint island villages on foot, visit the secluded islands, Sipan, Lopud, and Kolocep, and have a grand time.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Croatia Tour between May and June and September and October, when the weather is sunny and comfortable, and ideal for sunbathing and making day trips.

Travel Guide

Location

Croatia is in the southeast and central Europe, at the coast of the Adriatic Sea, bordering Hungary at the northeast, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the southeast, Serbia in the east, and Slovenia in the northwest.

Capital City

The capital of Croatia is Zagreb.

Main Airport

Zagreb Airport in Zagreb is the most crucial airport in Croatia.

Language Spoken

Croatian is the official spoken language of Croatia. A significant part of the population speaks in English too.

Currency

The currency of Croatia is Croatian Kuna.

Visas

The citizens of the US do not require a visa for entering and staying in Croatia for tourism or business. Citizens of other countries can secure a visa from the Croatia Embassy.

Electricity

The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz AC, and the sockets are adapted for types C and F plugs.

Vaccinations

The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, cholera, Japanese encephalitis, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Croatia tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 192 for emergency police during the Croatia Tour.

FAQs about Croatia

What is internet access like in Croatia?

Free wi-fi service is available but is not so widespread in Croatia.

Can I use my mobile phone in Croatia?

It would be best if you use a GSM mobile phone of 900/1800 frequency or 3g technology on the Croatia Tour to make phone calls. You can also purchase a local sim card of T-Mobile, Tele2, or VIPnet.

How are the toilets like in Croatia?

There are very few public toilets in Croatia and hardly any self-cleaning toilets.

Can I drink tap water in Croatia?

You can safely drink tap water directly in Croatia.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Croatia?

The large cities of Croatia accept major credit cards, but it is better if you carry cash. You can even get discounts in Croatia for paying in cash in some establishments.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Croatia?

There is an extensive network of ATM centers all over Croatia, especially in the metropolitan parts. Use an ATM locator tool to locate ATMs near you.

What to wear in Croatia?

Pack in you’re a simple dress, a few maxi dresses, long skirts, shirts, tops, and a swimsuit for the Croatia Tour.

Is Croatia safe for women to travel solo?

Croatia is quite safe at all for women to travel solo.

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