Information on Croatian Journey

One of the essential parts of planning your journey to Croatia is booking a hotel. There are many different options in Croatia for travelers, whether you want to stay in a youth hostel or a four-star hotel. It is noteworthy that if you are traveling some time in summer, you will have to book a hotel well ahead of time. Your journey towards this country will be more enjoyable if you learn a few Croatian words and phrases.

Plenty of Croatian locals speak a bit German or English. It is still always a good choice to learn a few Croatian or Hrvatski words. For example, “Hvala” means Thank You, “Molim” is Please, and “Dobar dan” means Good Afternoon.

Croatia is one of the countries that can allow tourists to visit the country without a visa for a limited time only. Tourists from North America especially from the United States and Canada can go to Croatia with only their passport. They will be given a temporary pass that will More...
Croatia has been a vacation destination for Eastern Europeans and Russians for so long. However, this is not a well known place to Western people. This country features its 3000 years of rich history, Adriatic beaches and an extraordinary culture which connects West and East. The Croatian coast is made More...
When visiting the city of Split, you can walk through its narrow cobbled streets, which are equipped with shops, bars and cafes. You will notice the laundry of the residents being hung above you. Also, you will find men who are wearing Roman military clothes in the middle of the More...
Are you are Croatian citizen who lives abroad? If so, then you can apply through your nearest Croatian consulate or embassy for a Croatian passport. In order to apply for the passport, you should have been residing in your present country of residence for a minimum of three months. First More...

You are also advised to purchase a good-quality converter for the electronic gadgets that you want to take with you to Croatia. The country has an electric current of 220 Volts, 50 Hertz. You can use the two-pin type of plug that is standard in Europe. Furthermore, it is important for you to exchange some of your pocket money into Croatian Kuna. This can be done either at your local bank or by withdrawing money from your ATM card in Croatia. You are ready to leave for Croatia after packing all your needed things.