Immerse yourself in the cozy atmosphere of Croatian medieval towns.See Details
Croatia has a long coastline on the Adriatic Sea. It is blessed with many UNESCO sites, including Plitvice Lakes National Park, Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian, Old City of Dubrovnik, Historic City of Trogir, and Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik. Apart from its strong medieval European culture, what attracts visitors most is the slow Mediterranean lifestyle. It is also a country full of youthful vigor created by its unique Golden Horn beach, exciting night life in Hvar, verdant mountains and karst landforms on the Dalmatian peninsula. Take our private Croatia tours and slow down a little bit in the nice ambience of this beautiful "European Garden".
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How to Plan Your Croatia Tour?
Best Time to Visit: June - September
Major Cities for International Flights: Zagreb (capital), Dubrovnik
Visa: Passport holders of many countries including the United States, Canada, Brazil, etc. enjoy visa-free access to enter Croatia, ranging from 30 days to 90 days. For citizens of EU member states, no limitation on length of stay in Croatia and ID card is enough for entry.
Money Tips: Kuna is Croatian official currency. Cash is more preferred than credit card. Use ATM machines located near the bank office to get a lower transaction fee.
Visit the gorgeous Zagreb Cathedral and a noble garden in British style, Trakoscan Castle. After, enjoy the breathtaking natural scenery of Rastoke and Plitvice Lakes National Park, and explore Istrian resorts, like Motovun, Rovinj, Opatija.
Discover the Dalmatian coastal towns of Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik and get spectacular sunset views on medieval walls, castles and towers along the Adriatic Sea.
Experience adventures in the Blue Cave, and explore the best Croatian islands of Hvar, Brac, and Korcula. Enjoy yourself and do whatever you like on sunny beaches or turquoise lagoons.
Trip Planning FAQs
How can I get access to internet in Croatia?
Free WIFI is widely available in many towns. For some EU mobile operators, they agree that customers from all over the world can enjoy free roaming service for data use in all EU countries. But some telecom companies only apply this policy for EU citizens. Thus, please ask whether non-EU citizens can make phone calls, text and use mobile network without roaming charge in advance.
What to pack for Croatia vacation packages?
In summer, besides the light clothes of T-shirts, shorts and dresses, it is wise to pack your jacket and long trousers in case of rainy days. To fully enjoy your time on the amazing beach, prepare swimsuits, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Is tap water drinkable in Croatia?
Yes, in general it is safe to drink. However, the bottled or boiled water is the best to drink to avoid diarrhea, especially after the rain.
What kind of plugs are used in Croatia?
Standard European type C and F power outlets can be used, which work on the electrical voltage of 230V at a frequency of 50Hz.