Croatia is a perfect blend of history, jaw dropping architecture, breathtaking views and pristine beaches. This beautiful country on the Adriatic coast is situated at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe. The Capital city of Zagreb is known for its ancient history, roman ruins and a developing artsy music scene. Cities like Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Split and Plitvice are more often the top picks and most visited by tourist.
With a thousand islands on its territory and thousand miles of coastline, it is one of the best places to go sailing and island hopping.
You can enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the blue Adriatic Sea, visit ancient Greek and Roman towns where you can go cycling, indulge in wine tasting, or even take a ferry tour. If you are a 'Game of Thrones' fan, then Dubrovnik is a must-visit destination. It boasts of 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Croatia tour packages often include opportunities to explore these attractions and activities, providing an unforgettable experience for visitors.
Flights operate from most Indian International airports to Croatia. Franjo Tuđman Airport, also known as Zagreb Airport is the largest and busiest International Airport in Croatia. Popular operators on this route are British Airways, Air France, Turkish Airlines, Brussels Airlines & Aeroflot.
Best rates for this route is usually available when you book 6-7 months prior.
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Croatia attracts tourists throughout the year. The peak summer months of July and August see the most number of tourists. Shoulder months of May, June, September in Croatia are pleasant with fewer crowd. Although it gets cold from October to February, Christmas time brings life, colour and buzz to Zagreb's streets with snow. Also, December-February period welcomes adventure enthusiasts as they get the best terrain for alpine skiing, ice hockey and other winter sports.
You might need a visa before you come to Europe on holiday, depending on where you're from and how long you're staying. A general visitor visa (tourist visa) will normally allow you to stay in Europe for 3 months. You can apply for up to 9 months in an 18 month period, but more than 3 months will only be granted in special cases.
Cost of visa
Min 15 days working days
Documents to carry
Bus, Trains, Ferry and even Trams (in some cities like Zagreb) are commonly used public transport in Croatia and bus is the most used form of public transport. There are both local and intercity buses, that are cheap and efficient for exploring mountains and old town buildings. At 150 KN per ticket, intercity buses come in handy to travel across the country. Major operators include Autotrans, Croatia Bus and Panturist. http://www.akz.hr/en - For online inter city bus booking with any bus company.
The most popular taxi service provider in Croatia is TransferCroatia.com. Some of the other popular and reliable taxi services are Croatia-taxi.hr, Taxi Transfer Croatia and few others. Uber is also picking up well among the residents and visitors for intercity services. Also, all taxi transfer services can be paid online using Visa, Maestro or MasterCards.
The city passes come with access to tourist attractions, bus pass and discount vouchers. Depending on the length of stay in a particular city, you can buy 3 types of cards: 1-Day, 3-Day or 7-Day. For intercity travel, you might get a discount of up to 60% when you book return ticket with the same bus company.
Renting a car gives you the freedom and flexibility to explore places. Car rental per day would cost around 450 KN. You also get an option to pick the car from one destination and return it in another destination. The roads are great and very well guided. Pay tolls are very cheap as well.