Croatia: what you need to know before your trip
Tourists go to Croatia for the insanely beautiful mountains, lakes, waterfalls, health resorts and the sea.
In summer they sunbathe on the beaches and conquer the rocks, and in winter they ski and drink mulled wine in the capital Zagreb, one of the main Christmas cities in Europe. Game of Thrones fans go to Dubrovnik and Split to see the locations where the series was filmed.
Croatia has been under the rule of the Greeks, the Venetians, the Austrians, so the cities are a mix of architecture of different eras and styles. Mainland Zagreb is often compared to Vienna and Budapest, and the coastal towns look like Italian towns, only a little more shabby.
For me, Croatia is a mix of Italian, Turkish and Greek culture and cuisine. The narrow medieval streets of Croatian towns feature Balkan music, the smell of freshly fried cevapcici among the ancient ruins, and one of the traditional local dishes is a variation of Italian risotto.
The country is divided into two parts: mainland and coastal. There are more than a thousand islands scattered along the coastline of the Adriatic Sea. In the north of the country are the Dinaric Alps, in the northwest – the resorts of Istria. Do not try to see all of Croatia in one trip: the country is large and varied. The rhythm of life in the north is different from the south, and on the coast everything is different from the mainland.
I live in Slovenia, two hours from the northern border of Croatia, and I’ve been there three times in 2019 alone. I’ll tell you how to organize a trip, what to see, and how much everything costs.
What you’ll learn.
How long is the flight: from Moscow to Zagreb – 3 hours.
Where is it: on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, bordering Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro.
Sea: The Adriatic Sea.
The difference with Moscow: -1 hour in summer, -2 hours in winter.
Seasonal time: June through September on the northern coast, from mid-May to mid-October in the south. The season at ski resorts lasts from mid- to late December to March.
Currency: Croatian kuna, HRK (11 R ). Other currencies are not accepted. Euros may be exchanged at a bank or bank cards may be charged in kuna.
Visa: Croatian national visa. Entry permit for double and multiple Schengen visas.
Russians to travel to Croatia visa required. Entry is permitted on a double or multiple Schengen visa. On it you can stay in Croatia for as many days as specified in the document. In this case, the time spent in the country does not reduce the period that you can spend in the Schengen area. Double or multiple entry visas of Bulgaria, Romania or Cyprus are also suitable.
Croatia was once considered an inexpensive country. Prices crept up when Croatia joined the European Union and the creators of “Game of Thrones” made it one of their main filming locations. Now holidaying in the country will not be much cheaper than in neighboring Italy.
Bank cards are accepted almost everywhere except small bars, bakeries and fast food stands. Even in small towns I had no problem with ATMs to withdraw cash.
You can get a Tax Free deduction on purchases of 740 HRK (8140 P ) or more.
The south of the country is always 5-7 ° C warmer than the north. The weather on the coast and in the mountains is also different: the difference can be up to 10 ° C in summer and more in winter. In winter people from the mainland go to Nice-Opatija (Croatia) for a warm stay, in summer they escape from the heat in the mountains and enjoy the beautiful lakes.
The coast has a Mediterranean climate: winter is wet and fairly warm, with a temperature of +7 … 15 ° C, and summers are hot and dry – an average of +25 … 30 ° C. In July and August the sea warms up to +25 … 26 ° C.
The resort season lasts from June to September. The hottest month is August. From early September to mid-October there is a velvet season: the sea is still warm, but it is not so stuffy anymore. At the end of October 2019, it was still possible to swim and sunbathe in the south of Croatia.
In the center and north of the country, the climate is moderately continental with an average temperature of -5…+7 °C in winter and +25…27 °C in summer. In the north, in mountains there is -1 … -7 °C in winter, snow falls and ski resorts work.
✈️ How to reach Croatia
By plane. In Croatia there are six international airports: Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula and Rijeka. Aeroflot and Ural Airlines offer direct flights from Moscow to Zagreb, Split and Pula. Before the pandemic, tickets cost from 19,000 P to Split, from 20,000 P to Zagreb, from 26,000 P to Pula.
It is also possible to make connecting flights with Austrian, Wizz Air, Turkish Airlines, Air France, KLM. Tickets are cheaper than direct flights: from 8000 P to Pula, from 11 000 P to Zagreb.
Buses. To Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Pula and Dubrovnik buses are available from major cities in neighboring countries: Venice, Trieste, Ljubljana, Munich, Frankfurt, Salzburg and Budapest. As a rule, the buses of the Croatian companies Črnja Tours and Croatia Bus are old, without wifi or toilets. The international carriers Flixbus, Arriva and Nomago have newer and more comfortable buses, often with WiFi and toilets on board.
For shorter trips, for example from Ljubljana to Zagreb, I choose Croatian carriers and for longer trips I choose international ones. Croatian companies have lower prices and the difference in comfort over a short distance is not noticeable.
Travel packages. When the borders were open, a package tour of seven nights on the coast or in major cities cost from 40,000 P per person in the low season, from 80,000 P in the high season. The tour usually includes a flight and transfer to the hotel.
A vacation package can be more profitable than an independent trip. Its disadvantage is that you are chained to one hotel. Without a car you can not travel around Croatia: to many interesting places, such as Plitvice Lakes, will have to get with connections. Bus flights are not always convenient to connect.
In my opinion, it is worth buying a trip to Croatia, to come in low season in Zagreb and explore the mainland from there, or opt for a resort holiday without a lot of travel. Winter and spring are a chance to see the sights without the crowds of tourists.
Zagreb is the capital and largest city of the country. In the historic center there is the Gothic Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and the cozy Upper Town with old two-story houses. On a small hill there are several old 17-18th century buildings and a panoramic view of Zagreb and the towers of the cathedral.
The Upper Town is easily reached on foot or by the funicular railway, the oldest public transport of Zagreb.
Zagreb’s funicular is the shortest in the world: its track is only 66 meters long and its ascent time is 64 seconds. The carriages are historic and look just like they did in the 19th century. The fare is 5 HRK (55 P ). Next to the cable car there is a staircase. I prefer to go up it than to wait in line for 30-50 minutes.
The modern center of Zagreb, Lower Town, has been compared to Paris and Vienna: it’s built in Art Nouveau style. It’s nice to sit in a cafe on Jelačić square, watch the people and catch the rhythm of a lively European city. You can feel it here like nowhere else in Croatia.
I like Zagreb best in December, when the Christmas fairs open and the city is decorated with illuminations. The period before Christmas is called Advent. From 2015 to 2018, Zagreb Advent was voted the best in Europe by tourists.
In my opinion, the Christmas, winter atmosphere is better felt in Salzburg, Vienna and Munich. Zagreb is worth going to just for the spectacular photos for your Instagram. The main feature of Advent in Zagreb is photo zones. There are no less than a dozen of them, all designed with imagination. Most of the Advent locations are in the Upper Town – near the Church of St. Katerina.
The most unusual museum in Zagreb is the Museum of Broken Relationships. Visitors read stories of failed romances and see things that once bound lovers together. The museum was created after two Zagreb artists broke up. To commemorate their relationship, they decided to keep in one place everything that reminded them of their pleasant moments. Very quickly the collection grew, as people began sending objects from all over the world. Now the museum has two branches: one in Zagreb and one in the U.S. Admission is 40 HRK (440 P ).
Dubrovnik is the most famous resort in the country. From the sea it looks like an impregnable fortress on the rock.
The main attraction of Dubrovnik are the city walls, built back in the 13th century. The walls, almost two kilometers long, surround six preserved old fortresses. One of them, the fortress of Lovrijenac, was the location of the filming of the Battle of Blackwater in the TV series “Game of Thrones”. Tickets to the city walls cost 200 HRK (2200 P ) , including entrance to the fortresses.
After the release of “Game of Thrones” to Dubrovnik flocked crowds of fans of the series to see the fortress Lovrijenac and other filming locations
Other landmarks of Dubrovnik appear in the series: Cersei walked the Jesuit stairs as punishment, the Trsteno Arboretum became the gardens of the Red Castle, and on the island of Lokrum a replica of the Iron Throne was installed.
The best view of the city, the fortress walls, and the bay is from the hill where Fort Imperial is located. It is better to go up there by cable car. A cable car ticket costs 30 HRK (330 P ) one way, 50 HRK (550 P ) round trip.
My feeling is that Dubrovnik is the most expensive city in Croatia. Locals told me that after “Game of Thrones” prices for recreation and restaurants there increased by about 1.5 times. During the high season, Dubrovnik has a lot of tourists, but most come to town for a couple of days. Most often, they settle in the vicinities, where the beaches and the sea are calmer and cleaner, and the prices are lower.
Bus schedules from Dubrovnik: To Kotor, Sarajevo
Split on the Adriatic coast is the second largest city in the country. In my experience, it is one of the most tourist-friendly places in Croatia: a beautiful ancient city with both beaches and historical sites. From there it is convenient to explore the best resorts – Makarska and Sibenik. In spring there is the main carnival of the country, similar to the Venetian carnival.
The main attraction of the city is the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. It is easy not to notice it and walk past it: it was a palace 2,300 years ago. Now it is an area of about three hectares, and residential houses, stores and restaurants are built into the former walls of the palace.
The basement of Diocletian’s palace became the dungeon of the dragons in Game of Thrones, and a museum was opened there. Recreated scenes from the series and exhibited real props left from the filming in Croatia: costumes, statues of the characters, dishes, weapons, the table of the hand of the king, the head of the dragon. Admission is 50 HRK (550 P ). Nearby, in the fortress of Cleas, filmed episodes in Meereen.
Pula is a city in Istria, the largest Istrian resort. According to legend, it was there that the Argonauts brought the golden fleece. The main sights of the city remained from the ancient Roman period: the amphitheater, the forum, the Temple of Augustus. I love ancient ruins, but in Pula they seem boring to me. After Italy, Pula’s amphitheater is not impressive.
Zadar is the main city of Central Dalmatia. Tourists go there for the beaches and the possibility to take a ferry to the islands in the Adriatic Sea and sometimes ignore the city itself. In my opinion, they should: there is a lot to see there.
Zadar sights are concentrated in the beautiful historic center, which you can walk around unhurriedly in a few hours. I recommend to wander through the ruins of the Roman forum, to see the city from the top of the city observation tower, and to listen to the sea organ at sunset. There is a system of pipes built into the steps of the city waterfront, and they sound like an organ under the action of waves and wind.
Also on the waterfront in the evenings there is a light show “Greetings to the Sun”. By the end of the day it is crowded: even the locals come to listen to the organ, and for the tourist it is a must-see item on the program. Many bring their own champagne or beer and straightfood and meet the sunset for an impromptu dinner.
Croatia has 700 kilometers of beaches, most of them public and free. The main beach regions are the Istrian peninsula, Middle and South Dalmatia and the islands, of which there are more than a thousand in the country. Many Croatian beaches are marked with the “Blue Flag”, an international label that is given each year to the beaches with the best quality water and coastal area.
Most beaches in Croatia have coarse pebbles. Slightly less beaches have concrete platforms, even fewer have sandy-pebbly beaches, and occasionally you can find clean sandy beaches. There is sand in Crikvenica, Lopar, Dubrovnik, Omis, Medulin, Zaton, Nina, Lumbarda, Prapratno, on the islands of Hvar, Krk, Mljet, Pag and Rab.
A bonus for the hard surface on the pebble and concrete beaches is a few meters clear sea water and no sand in the things. But to sunbathe on them, you need a sunbed.
Hotels provide their guests with free sunbeds, and public beaches are always available to rent equipment. Rental prices vary by resort: I met prices from 30 HRK (330 P ) to 250 HRK (2750 P ). Locals bring their own sun loungers, chairs or yoga mats.
Swimming slippers are a useful thing in Croatia. Without them there is a risk of getting injured on sharp rocks or sea urchins, spikes of which can cause an allergic reaction. Slippers are sold in kiosks near beaches, and during bathing season – even in supermarkets. I don’t have them: I dive into the water from the piers and go out by the stairs, so I don’t touch the bottom.
On urban and equipped beaches have all the infrastructure: cabins for changing, showers, lifeguards, restaurants and beach bars. Showers are often paid: 0,5-1 € (43-85 P ).
On wild beaches there is none of this. Sometimes near the country beach there is a small cafe or bar. But when the official beaches are so crowded that you have to take a seat from 7 am, it’s worth driving a little further away – and you spend the day by the sea in silence and in the company of a few more introverts. I do not recommend doing this with children: the Croatian coast is stony, and on unequipped beaches, the descent into the water can be unpredictable.
Istria. The beaches of Istria are spread across the eastern and western part of the peninsula, among pine forests and hills. The air smells of pine, and the reflection of the trees makes the water piercingly turquoise.
The northernmost beaches of Istria are near the town of Umag. The beaches are mostly pebbly and rocky, there are concrete platforms.
The surrounding area has very beautiful landscapes: cliffs and pine trees. The beaches and the bottom are stony, the waves are strong, the terrain is steep. For a quiet holiday in Umag should choose hotels with access to the sea or its own beaches.
For waves and wind the coast in Umag is loved by surfers, and for the clear water and the picturesque rocky bottom – by snorkelers and divers. Rental of diving equipment costs from 150 HRK (1650 P ). There is also a major tennis tournament Croatia Open and concentrated tennis centers.
Near Umag, in Savudrija, there is a 19th century lighthouse – the oldest on the Adriatic. It still works, and after sunset its light can be seen in Slovenia.
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The European country on the Adriatic Sea coast is still little developed by Russian tourists. An essential minus of rest in Croatia in 2022 is not low prices. Vacations here are much more expensive than on the Black Sea coast, Eastern Europe and Turkey.
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What is the appeal of vacationing in Croatia
Tourists like the environmental friendliness of Croatian resorts. They have excellent conditions for beach holidays – clean pebble and sandy beaches, clear warm sea and pine-covered coast.
People also come here to improve their health. The country has twenty thermal springs, therapeutic muds and naphthalene deposit. Guests of Croatia can always be treated at thalassotherapy centers and balneotherapy resorts.
Fans of active recreation come to Croatia for hiking in the years, biking, climbing, caving, rafting and diving. History connoisseurs come to see the ancient amphitheaters, palaces and ancient cathedrals. Fans of winter sports believe that the ski resorts of Croatia are not inferior to the prestigious alpine resorts.
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When best to vacation in Croatia
Croatian resorts are visited all year round. In the winter there are many fans of winter sports. In the off-season it is convenient for sightseeing, and the warm season is chosen for a holiday by the sea.
The beach season on the Adriatic coast begins in late May and ends in October. Most tourists come to vacation in Croatia in the summer months. In July and August the air on the coast warms up to +30. In July and August the air on the coast warms up to +30 and +34 ° C, but due to low humidity and fresh sea breezes the heat is easily tolerated. Sea water temperature reaches + 21. +27 ° C in summer.
With the onset of autumn, the sea cools down not immediately. During September and early October, it is suitable for swimming – the water temperature is +22. +23°С. Velvet season in Croatia is loved by parents with children.
Video tour of Croatia
The best resorts and beaches
There are a variety of conditions for holidays in Croatia. The country has resorts on the mainland and the islands, places where young people prefer to vacation and coastal recreation centers. If you want you can stay in a major city or spend your vacation in a quiet resort village. According to reviews, tourists often choose Split, Dubrovnik and Sibenik for their holidays in Croatia.
On the peninsula of Istria dominate the beaches of concrete platforms. In South and Middle Dalmatia the coast is covered with pebbles, and on the islands in the Adriatic Sea there are beaches with fine white sand. Many tourists prefer beach holidays on the islands of Brac, Hvar, Korcula and Krk. A beach chair for the day on the beaches can be taken for 20 HRK, and an umbrella from the sun for 15 HRK.
Map of resorts in Croatia
To visit the country, Russians must obtain a visa. Depending on the purpose and duration of travel, applicants are issued a single, double or multiple entry visa. You can also enter Croatia with a valid Schengen visa.
Registration takes 5-14 days. The price of a short-term visa: 35 euros + service fee of 26 euros. Urgent processing costs twice as much.
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Holidays in Croatia by tour
Holidays in Croatia are most popular in summer and during the ski season. Their highest cost is in July, August and the New Year holidays.
Price of tours for two people for holidays in Croatia in 2022 with accommodation in a 3 * hotel (in rubles):
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The indicated prices are approximate. They are constantly changing and depend on demand.
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The plane tickets prices, like the prices for tours rise twice a year – during the New Year holidays and the last two months of summer. The lowest prices are in October and November: from Moscow – 11 000 rubles, and from St. Petersburg – 13 600 rubles.
And in July and August a round trip ticket from Moscow costs from 13,000 rubles, from St. Petersburg 14,000. In summer you can catch a charter from Moscow (for example, to the resort of Pula) from 9500 rubles in both directions.
Airport transfers can be booked in advance online at KiwiTaxi. A car will be waiting for you upon your arrival.
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Croatian tourist infrastructure is just developing, so there are few comfortable 4* and 5* hotels in the resorts. According to reviews of vacationers, hotels in Croatia provide a good level of service. They offer tourists breakfasts or half board with buffet. Only a few hotels cater to tourists on all-inclusive system. Zagreb and Dubrovnik have the highest accommodation rates.
Prices per room for two in hotels in popular Croatian resorts in July and August 2022. The cost is in euros:
Unlike hotels, accommodation in the private sector is cheaper to rent. During the high season, an apartment in Dubrovnik costs 18-20 euros per day, and a room in a mansion or a small bungalow – 16-18 euros. For about the same money you can rent a house in Cavtat. For a separate apartment and room in the apartments are asked 16-22 euros. Villas are more expensive – from 27 euros per day.
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Prices for food in cafes and restaurants
Exchange rate: 1 Croatian kuna (HRK) ≈ 11 RUB.
During holidays in Croatia, pay attention to national dishes. The country is famous for its delicious food and large portions served in restaurants and cafes. In a budget cafe for two can have breakfast and lunch for 80 HRK. Dinner at an inexpensive restaurant costs 200 HRK. Dinner with alcohol will cost from 400 HRK. Owners of Croatian taverns or konobs usually offer their visitors tasty homemade liqueurs.
Prices for popular dishes and drinks:
- pizza – 28 HRK;
- pasta – 30 HRK;
- fried fish – 30 HRK;
- fish plateau – 100 HRK
- risotto with seafood – 45 HRK
- salad – 20 HRK
- soup – 10-25 HRK
- grilled meat – 40 HRK;
- baked corn outside – 10 HRK;
- coffee with milk (bela kava) – 15 HRK;
- tea – 10 HRK;
- local draught beer, 0,5 l – 15 HRK;
- Local red wine – 26 HRK.
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Prices for tours
Excursion tours of Croatian sights don’t come cheap. On average, prices for a day tour range from 40 to 70 euros. For this reason, most tourists tend to travel independently. Profitable to buy only tours in places where it is difficult to get on their own, or tours that provide an interesting cultural or sports program. According to reviews of tourists, during the holidays in Croatia are popular:
- excursion on a water bus with a transparent bottom – 10 euros;
- Sightseeing in the suburbs of Dubrovnik, 4 hours – 40 euros;
- Plitvice Lakes – 75-90 euros;
- Krka National Park – 60 euros;
- Neretva river delta – 55 euros;
- Zagora Dalmatia with wine tasting – 50 euros;
- Wine and wine cellars of Peljesac peninsula – 55 euros;
- Three islands: Lopud, Kolocep and Gipan – 35 euros;
- Trip to Venice, 1 day – 75 euros.
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Prices for holidays and entertainment in Croatia
Entertainment in Croatia is standard for all Mediterranean resorts. A ticket to the water park Istralandia costs 15 euros for adults and 12 euros for children, Aquacolors water park – 25 euros for adults and 19 euros for children. Dinosaur Park in Omis costs 11 euros, Miniature Park Mini Croatia – 3,4 euros, the Sea Museum and Aquarium in Dubrovnik – 11 euros, and the Museum of Shells in Split – 1,4 euros.
Fans of active recreation in Croatia are in demand:
- Sea trip on a catamaran with a fish picnic – 35 euros;
- Sea fishing – 60 euros;
- River tours in canoes and kayaks, 1 day – 60 euros;
- Rafting on the Cetina River canyon, 1 day – 90 euros;
- Jeep safari, 1 day – 80 euros;
- Lima fiord with oyster tasting – 45 euros.
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Prices for transport
You can rent a car online at Rentalcars.com. It’s just up to you to choose where you want to pick up the car!
The average cost of renting a car per day is 370 HRK. Automatic cars are more expensive. Discounts are available if the rental period exceeds three days. It is worth bearing in mind that paid parking costs 7-10 HRK per hour and 1 liter of gasoline costs 9.3 HRK. To rent a bike, you have to pay 80 HRK for a half day, 120 HRK for a day and 250 HRK for three days.
Trains run between all major cities and seaside resorts, so it is convenient to travel by train during your vacation in Croatia in 2022. High-speed trains carry passengers to the main destinations. The fare from Zagreb to Rijeka is 111 HRK and to Split is 197 HRK.
Croatia has a well-developed network of intercity buses. From the bus station in Zagreb to Split go to Split for 150 HRK, to Dubrovnik for 215 HRK, and to Pula for 120 HRK.
There are buses in the cities. If purchased from the driver, the ticket will cost 15 HRK. A single trip with a single ticket will be cheaper at 10 HRK. For a ticket to the cable car in Zagreb pay 5 HRK.
Compared with other European countries, cab services in Croatia are inexpensive. For a ride during the day and at night they charge 5 HRK per km, and for an hour’s wait for a cab – 40 HRK.
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Holidays in Croatia with children
Almost any seaside resort in Croatia is suitable for a family vacation. Tourists who come here can count on an abundance of greenery, clean sea and comfortable beaches. Children easily adapt to the mild Mediterranean climate. Rich in ions sea air, lots of sunshine and warm sea is the best way to treat chronic colds.
If you don’t have a kid, you can stay in big cities like Dubrovnik, Poreč or Pula, where there are plenty of stores, pharmacies and medical centers. With older children is better to rest in quieter coastal resorts of Croatia – Novigrad, Rabac, Tučepi, Baska Voda, Cavtat or Mlini.
If you settle in a hotel, then the food is especially not worth worrying about. The hotel menu will be a lot of delicious simple dishes that are sure to please a child. Canned purees, milk formula and dry cereal from well-known manufacturers are easy to buy in stores. Children enjoy eating the yogurts and curds produced by the Croatian firm Dukat.
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Tips and reviews of tourists on holidays in Croatia
According to tourist reviews, vacation in Croatia in 2022 has a lot of advantages :
- The country is characterized by beautiful nature and landscapes. At each resort vacationers find themselves in a picturesque green area with pine forests. From the coast it is not difficult to travel to national parks, such as the world-famous Plitvice Lakes or the canyons of Paklenica.
- The Adriatic Sea and the coast are very clean.
- Mild climate, thermal springs and wellness centers are suitable for anyone who wants to improve their health during holidays in Croatia.
- Beach holidays in Croatia can easily diversify sightseeing tourism. On the coast there are many architectural monuments of ancient Rome and Byzantium, medieval castles and palaces. Each Croatian city is unique in its own way, and some cities are even included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
- The country has many places and special beaches for nudists and women who like to sunbathe topless.
According to reviews from vacationers, holidays in Croatia is not devoid of drawbacks:
- Croatia is inferior to other countries in terms of entertainment. There are few water parks, no big luna parks.
- There are few sandy beaches in the country.
- The quality of food in hotels is high, but not the variety offered in Turkey.
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As practice shows, the disadvantages of any trip arise from insufficient preparation for it. If you study the reviews and recommendations of tourists, vacation in Croatia in 2022 will leave only good impressions.