Location: Northwestern Balkans

Capital: Zagreb

Population: 4 154 200

Language: Croatian

Religion: Roman Catholics 86%

Currency: Kuna HRK – 100 HRK =13.37 Euro 100 HRK =100 HRK =15.80 USD

Climate: Warm and rainy continental climate

Croatia is perhaps the most famous Balkan country. The only Catholic country in the Balkans, Croatia, is heavily influenced by Western culture and is significantly different from the typical Balkan countries. However, the Croats are Slavs, as most in the region, and their close language and traditions make them part of the common Slavic community.

Politically and economically stable, Croatia has long been a full member of the European Community. The standard of living and the cost of property are much higher than in the neighboring countries. The Croats have a strong independent spirit and proud of their unique culture.

Private Tours Croatia With a Guide

The most visited places in Croatia are the coastline and countless islands. The water is magical blue and perfect for yachts, swimming and diving. No matter how much time you spend on exploring these amazing places, it will not be enough. Sun, blue water and fresh breeze – what else we need?

If you decide that you have the strength to spend a moment off of the coast, we recommend you to visit the capital of Zagreb. The city is rich in history and interesting places, enchanting every visitor. Another place is the Plitvice Lakes, which are delightful at any time of the year and attract thousands of tourists from all over the world.

Undoubtedly the most famous place is Dubrovnik. A scene of countless historical changes from ancient times to the present day. Dubrovnik is a major destination and is crowded at any time of the year. Winter is not very pleasant on the Adriatic coast, but even then, the city is interesting for many. Not far from Dubrovnik is Split, an interesting mix of different layers of history, also worth being visited.

For a full tour of Croatia whole summer is not enough. However, 10 days would be good. As part of a Balkan tour are included Dubrovnik, Split, Zagreb and Plitvice Lakes for 2-4 days. Contact here!

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