Places To Visit in Croatia

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Here are the top 8 tourist places in Croatia

1. Dubrovnik

1.0 /5

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2. Zagreb

4.0 /5

2 out of 8
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No other city glorifies culture and arts in Croatia like Zagreb. This capital city of the coastal country has a charm of its own, differentiating itself from the exotic beach towns and playful islands. Zagreb will not fail to fascinate you if you are a profound admirer of architecture, music, cinema...

Best Time: April to September

3. Zadar

4.0 /5

3 out of 8
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As one of the quieter and subtle tourist destinations in Croatia, Zadar has seen a lot of growth in tourism in the past 3 years. Renowned for being less crowded while boasting of major tourist locations such as the Monument of the Sun, Zadar is still recognized as a vacation spot for solo travellers...

Best Time: August to October

4. Pula

4.0 /5

4 out of 8
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Pula is a place that offers you a taste of its history, with a rich flavor of Roman and Venetian architecture. The rich history of the town that has seen multiple rulers, showcase a lot of monuments and architectural masterpieces that not only woo one's attention but also speak volumes about the rei...

Best Time: June to October

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5. Hvar Island

3.8 /5

5 out of 8
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Laid-back Mediterranean vibe, fascinating turquoise coves, thriving nightlife, pristine beaches, aromatic fields of lavender and olives, and arresting views of authentic Croatian towns and villages- that's how the popular posh party island of Hvar presents itself to its visitors. This sunkissed isla...

Best Time: May to September

6. Rovinj

3.8 /5

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Rovinj has an old-times charm as the city's major attraction. From the centuries old churches to medieval architecture and art, the city's beauty remains a hidden treasure due to the lack of tourism. The baroque buildings and the nearby nature parks add to the beauty of the region, while the turquoi...

Best Time: June to Spetember

7. Split

4.0 /5

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Once a stop over point for visitors to nearby islands, Split is now a thriving tourist destination. The largest town in Dalmatia receives its tourists with a small town vibe, breathtaking sights, and welcoming locals. A big part of the city of Split resides within the ancient walls of a Roman palace...

Best Time: May to June, September to October

8. Makarska

3.6 /5

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Makarska is a great place to be when travelling across the Makarska Riviera. The small city is surrounded by the Adriatic sea on one side and the Biokovo mountain ranges on the other side. The scenic beauty and the moderate temperatures make it a perfect family getaway during the weekends. Beautiful...

Best Time: May to September

FAQs on Croatia

What is the currency of Croatia?

The official currency of Croatia is the Croatian Kuna or HRK. Frequently used bank notes are HRK 5, HRK 10, HRK 20, HRK 50, HRK 100, HRK 200, HRK 500 and HRK 1,000. In terms of foreign currency, some people may accept Euros, but that is not the legal tender in Croatia.

What is the history of Croatia?

In the 7th century, Croatia was a duchy. It became a kingdom only in the 10th century. From the 12th century, it became a state by itself, equipped with a parliament and a ruler. However, it used to listen to the commands of royalty - the kings and emperors of Hungary and Austria. Between the 15th and the 17th century, there were a lot of fights and struggles with the Ottomans. For most of the 20th century, Croatia was a part of Yugoslavia. It was only in 1991 that the country regained its independence.

What is unique about culture of Croatia?

Croatia sees a combination of many different cultures. The family forms the base of their cultural and social lives.

Christianity is the most widely followed religion of Croatia.There are several others who are Roman Catholics as well.

Croatian is the official language of Croatia. Other languages that they speak are Standard Bosnian, Standard Serbian, etc. Some people speak English, German and/or Russian.

How is Croatia divided into regions?

There are five regions in all, in Croatia. They are Istria in the north-west, Kvarner which is the seashore, Dalmatia which comprises of the mainland and some islands, Slavonia which includes some fields and forest areas and Central Croatia, home to the country's capital - Zagreb.
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