Blessed with a coastal location alongside the Adriatic Sea, Croatia attracts visitors from Europe and the world looking for sun-kissed beaches and historic cities. And luckily, they can enjoy the best of both worlds in Dubrovnik and Split, where history and natural beauty meet with waves of tourists each year...
Croatia in general has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and relatively mild winters when most of the rain falls.
Winters along the coast are normally around 10 °C. Further inland, places like Zagreb have colder winters with temperatures in December and January below 0 °C at night.
The best times to travel around Croatia are from April to early June and late September and October, when temperatures are normally around 20 °C - 25 °C during the day and crowds on the roads and beaches are absent.
Croatia's currency, the Kuna, is divided into 100 lipas. Kunas are issued in the following note denominations: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000. You can also receive 1, 2, 5 and 25 Kuna coins, and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 lipa coins.
Major currencies such as USD, GBP and EUR are easy to change in Croatia, although it is better to avoid exchanging at hotels due to their high rates.
The Entry Requirement
Passports must be valid for the full duration of your stay.
Please note that entry requirements and visa regulations can change often and at short notice. We can provide general information about the passport and visa requirements for your trip and this information may be included after the itinerary section of your quotation. Your specific passport and visa requirements and other immigration requirements are your responsibility and you should confirm these with the relevant Embassies and/or Consulates.