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Welcome to Croatia

Dear Traveler,

We at ZagrebTours are delighted to be your hosts in our beautiful country. Nestled in South-Eastern Europe, Croatia offers a unique blend of stunning landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture. From the cobblestone streets of our capital city, Zagreb, to the sun-soaked beaches of Split and Dubrovnik, our diverse nation has something for everyone.

Whether you're exploring by car, train, or ferry, you'll be mesmerized by Croatia's picturesque landscapes and charming towns. And with our world-renowned hospitality, you can trust that your journey will be both comfortable and enjoyable.

As you embark on your Croatian adventure, know that our dedicated team at ZagrebTours is committed to making your trip as memorable and hassle-free as possible. We are here to provide you with expert guidance, support, and insider tips to ensure you get the most out of your stay.

We encourage you to immerse yourself in our traditions, savor our delicious cuisine, and create lasting connections with the locals you meet. With a blend of continental and Mediterranean climates, you'll experience the warmth of the Croatian sun and the warmth of our people.

So, prepare to fall in love with Croatia as you discover its enchanting beauty, rich heritage, and warm-hearted people. Let us be your guide on this unforgettable journey, and remember - your Croatian adventure starts here with ZagrebTours!

Dobrodošli u Hrvatsku (Welcome to Croatia)!

Warm regards,

Your friends at ZagrebTours


Read up on all the basic and essential information about travel to Croatia.


Population: 4,489,409

Position: South-Eastern Europe

Area: 56,594 sq km; land: 55,974 sq km, water: sq 620 km

Government: parliamentary democracy

Capital city: Zagreb

Other major centres: Split, Rijeka, Osijek, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula

Official language: Croatian

Currency: HRK – Croatian Kuna

Climate: Continental and Mediterranean 

Time: Central European Time (UTC + 1)

Electricity supply: 220 V 

Units of measurement: metric – metres, kilometres, grams, kilograms. Temperatures are expressed in degrees Celsius.


By car

Most drivers come to Croatia via highways, yet picturesque local roads are excellent way to see beautiful landscapes of Croatia. In your trip planning, you might will find helpful Via Michelin journey planner.

Road security regulations require headlights tourned ON even during the day. Permitted blood level of alcohol for drivers is 0.5%. Speed limit is 50kph cities, 90kph outskirts, and 110kph major roads and 130kph motorways. Seatbelts are compulsory for all drivers. Gas stations are usually every 30 or 50 km on highways and in the cities. In case of emergency, you can call road assistance on 00 385 1 987.

By train

Croatian Railways have a network of trains that cover the continental and the coastal part of the country. Trains can also take you to most of the cities. Here you can find domestic and international timetable information and pricing information.

By plane

By plane you can come to Croatia through these airports: Zagreb , Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka (Krk), Zadar, Brac (Bol) and Osijek. Most people use airports Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Pula, because most foreign carriers are associated with these airports. Low cost companies (Ryan Air, Wizz Air, and German Wings) also take off and land on these airports.

By sea

Ferries are a great and very comfortable transportation to or by the Croatian coast. Jadrolinija is the main ferry company with most foreign and domestic lines. Domestic and international timetables can be seen here.


All information about visas you can find here. Check list of countries whose residents need visas, documents necessary for visa application, forms and other information.


January 1st – New Year

January 6th – Epiphany

April 5th - Easter Monday

May 1st – Labour Day

June 3rd – Corpus Christi

June 22nd – Anti Fascist Resistance Day

June 25th – Croatian National Day

August 5th – Victory Day

October 8th - Independence Day

November 1st – All Saints Day

December 25th – Christmas

December 26th – St. Stjepan