With over a thousand islands to its claim, Croatia welcomes lots of foreign tourists to its shores yearly, and it’s steadily rising to become one of the world’s foremost tourist spots. Its coast and islands are just a marvel to view. The country proudly claims the longest coastline in all of Eastern Europe, drawing more attention to its islands with dazzling views. Croatia isn’t all about the islands, the country also has fantastic inland attractions waiting to wow all who behold them. The country’s capital Zagreb is a good location to start up your adventure with impressive views, memorials, and ancient architecture scattered beautifully across every inch of the city and indeed the entire country. The country always comes alive in July and August with colourful and exciting festivals that pull in most of its tourists inland. So why not plan to visit the lands of Croatia next holidays for an unforgettable experience.

Best Cities To Visit In Croatia

Main Things You Need To Know

A Poetry Country

Dubrovnik, one of Croatia's most important cities, was named "The Pearl Of The Adriatic" by the English poet Lord Byron.

Too Many Islands In Croatia

Croatia has 1246 Islands, Isles & Inlets for you to sail through.

Nature Wonder

Almost 10% of Croatia is made up of 11 Natural Parks.

Croatia is Animal Friendly

The last speciemen of the Mediterranean Seal, lives in the Croatian Aquatorium.

Best Things To Do In Croatia

Main Things You Need To Know About Croatia

Croatians use the Croatian Kuna which is unique to the country only. One US dollar is equivalent to 6.39 Croatian Kuna. 
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The official language of the Croatians is Croatian. However, most Croatians are multilingual, understanding and speaking English fluently. A vast population of Croatians also speak English, so language barrier wouldn’t be an issue for English speaking tourists.
Visa Information
Croatia allows nationals of the US, the EU, Canada, and New Zealand who intend to stay in Croatia for less than 90 days without the need for a visa. Application of a Croatian visa starts online but has to be printed out after filling, and equally taken to the nearest Croatia embassy. The following documents are required to accompany your application:
1. A dully completed and signed visa application.
2. A passport that will still remain valid 3 months after your expected length of stay.
3. One recent passport-sized photograph.
4. Travel health insurance.
5. Driver’s license or any other document that can act as a proof of residence.
6. Evidence showing that you have sufficient funds to cater for all expenses that will be incurred during your visit.
7. Visa fee is US92 dollars.
Getting There
The best means to enter Croatia is by air. Seven international airports feed the superb tourist destination with foreign tourists and other passengers. These 7 airports include Franjo Tudman Airport, Split Airport, Zadar Airport, Dubrovnik Airport, Rijeka Airport, Pleso Airport, and Pula Airport. You can fly into Croatia and land at any of the airports, but the largest of them which seems to be most preferred is the Franjo Tudman Airport in Zagreb.  
Another quite convenient way of entering Croatia is by road through Serbia, Slovenia, Hungary, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are over 56 crossing points into Croatia through these countries, and Bosnia and Herzegovina claims 29 of the crossing points while Montenegro has just one at Debeli Brijeg. Slovenia has 12; Serbia has 6, while Hungary has 8 legal crossing points.

Catch a ferry into Croatia from any of the available ports nearest to you. There are ferry ports at Cres, Pag, Rab, Brac, Cres Island, Hvar, Split, and Zadar.
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Peak Travel Periods
July and August are the best months to visit the country, and Croatia welcomes its highest number of tourists and fun seekers in these months. Winter’s cold from October to May freezes up things a bit in Croatia, but it still remains the best time to visit the country if you want to avoid the inconvenience of the crowd of enthusiastic tourists pressing to get the best views and experience from their delightful visit. 
Tourist visa is first valid for 90 days but can be extended by another 90 days. This extension usually attracts a charge.

Travelling In Croatia

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