Croatia Travel Advice

Rated as Europe's most popular holiday destinations, Croatia is known for its beautiful architecture, lively culture and nightlife, and plenty of first-class shops and restaurants to entertain visitors. It is a place worth visiting. However, certain tips and travel advice for your Croatia tour can help you in not being unknown to the city.

Roads in Croatia are well maintained for road travel. UK driving license is valid for up to six months, but if you plan to stay longer, a Croatian license will have to be applied for. Restaurants in the city are plenty and offer various cuisines to suite different travelers. Accommodations have high standard and proper security for tourists. Sea Urchins is something which every traveler should be aware of. Know where you can buy rubber shoes in order to protect yourself well. Bartering in the city is allowed in different places such as in markets, private rooms for rent, jewellery shops etc. Local alcohols and cigarettes are much cheaper in the city than the duty free shops at the airport.

Know which season you are traveling. The weather in Croatia is very much predictable and warm summers and cold winters throughout. The best time to visit Croatia would be between May and September. Many of the holiday resorts close down by mid September, although the weather can be glorious in September too.

Some of the must places to visit on your Croatia tour are the old part of Split, which can help you transfer back in old Roman times, the town of Hvar and the little town of Milna, all of which has lots to offer to the keen travelers.

While your safety and security is concerned, Croatia is low in crime and violent crime is often rare. Travelers are advised to take proper precautions in carrying money in busy tourist areas. Personal and valuable items should not be left unattended, particularly on the beach. Many hotels have safe deposit boxes. Any crime can be reported to the local police station. Croatian resorts also tend to be trouble free and tourist areas are often safe as it is visited by millions of tourists each year. But if you happen to be planning to travel outside, be aware that unexploded mines remain in war-affected areas such as Eastern Slavonia, Brodsko-Posavska County, Karlovac County, areas around Zadar County and in more remote areas of the Plitvice Lakes National Park.

Dubrovnik is Croatia's largest city and The Dubrovnik airport is the prime airport of the country. The only way to reach Croatia's islands is by ferry or private boat. There are excellent bus services between cities, but if you wish to visit remote areas inland, such as Plitvica National Park, it's best to rent a car.

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