Travel to Croatia
Croatia is an attractive country which you need to go to.
Not only is Zagreb the capital city, but it is also one of the most famous tourist destinations by far.
There are other major cities like Split, Rijeka, Osijek and many others where you can travel during your trip to Croatia.
During your journey around Croatia, you can taste black risotto, Boškarin, Brodetto, Buzara, Fuži and pljukanci and many other local specialities.
There are more than 2 main airports in Croatia. You can find cheap flights through the following airports: Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), Split Airport (SPU), Zagreb Airport (ZAG), Pula Airport (PUY), Zadar Airport (ZAD), Rijeka Airport (RJK), Bol Airport (BWK).
If you arrive at Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) in Zagreb, which is also the biggest airport in the country, and you’re traveling further, no worries. It takes a few hours to get to any city within the country.
Croatia doesn’t accept Euro or US dollar, so don’t forget to exchange your money for Croatian kuna (HRK). Although credit and debit cards are also universally accepted throughout the country, carrying cash is still recommended.
Nowadays, almost 3.89 million residents live in Croatia.
The only official language in Croatia is Croatian. However, travelers will also usually hear Ukrainian as they are the languages of the largest international communities within Croatia.
Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, the Adriatic Sea are neighbors to Croatia.
Croatia has temperated mediterranean climate which is similar to other countries in that part of Europe. If you travel to Croatia during the summer, then you don’t need to bring warm clothes with you as the weather is usually nice and balmy. Although if you plan to come at the end of the summer you might want to bring a light jacket with you as it can get a bit cold in the evenings. Nevertheless, when you’re going to Croatia it’s better to check the weather forecast before your trip so you can pack appropriate clothes.