Croatia - this European pearl is located at the Adriatic cost. It is home to numerous islands, stunning architecture, picturesque stretches of coast and a spectacular mountain formation. Without a doubt, it is one of the most beautiful vacation areas in Europe. The country offers a variety of activities. Regardless of whether you are more interested in culture, outdoor sports, relaxation or all at once: here you will find it all!


Where is Croatia? It is located in the central South of Europe. It borders five countries: Serbia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Montenegro, Hungary and Slovenia. On the west coast, the country faces the Adriatic Sea.

How is the climate and weather in Croatia? The country is located at the Adriatic coast which borders to the Mediterranean Sea. Overall, there is a Mediterranean climate in Croatia.  From north to south the climate can change while getting closer to the Mediterranean Sea. While in the north it can still be a little colder, cities like Dubrovnik in the south, are a bit warmer.

How to get to Croatia? Depending on where you start, you might have several options to travel to the country. The infrastructure is very well-developed. You can fly to the airports in Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Rijeka or Pula. You can also come by car - but be aware that some roads are subject to tolls. Arrivals by train, bus or ship are also possible.

What is the currency in Croatia? The currency is KUNA. Right now, 1 KUNA equals 0,13Euros (February 2021). You can withdraw money at the location or exchange it as needed.

How expensive is travelling in Croatia? You can get almost every standard for travelling in or though Croatia that you want. You can travel on a budget as well as staying in luxury apartments or hotels. The more a region is a hotspot, the more expensive it gets - even in hostels. It really pays off, if you plan your trip in advance.

When is the best time to travel to Croatia? You can visit the country in every season. The best time would be in May, June or even better: in September. Then the temperature is still high, but not too high for hiking, climbing, water sports or city tours.

What are some must-visit spots in Croatia? Every part is worth visiting. But you should not miss the Old Town of Dubrovnik, the waterfalls at the Plitvice National Park, the tropical vibe in Split and the rough nature in the Biokovo Mountains.