Croatia Travel Guide
Start planning your Croatia sailing holiday or tour with our handy travel guide resources. Here you'll find our selection of the best places to visit, when to go for the perfect weather conditions and the choice of sailing boats available. Find out what visas you'll need, see what our travelers say about our tours and get to know Croatia a little better with our comprehensive travel tips covering everything from health to currency and food.
If you need help deciding where to go, check out our list of must-see destinations from historic cities to beautiful islands as well as national parks for the best of Croatia
Time your visit to Croatia perfectly with our guide on the seasons and what to expect of the weather with info on festivals and events held throughout the year
Plan for your holiday to Croatia with our round up of top travel tips that include everything from health advice to currency, what to expect of the food
Know before you go - check what visas you'll need to visit Croatia and where you can apply for your visa
Don't just take our word for it - see what our customers have to say about our tours and sailing holidays to Croatia
- Croatian Nights
by Borivoj Radakovic
- Black Lamb and Grey Falcon
by Rebecca West
- A Traveller's History of Croatia
by Benjamin Curtis
Facts about Croatia
- Croatia's currency, Kuna, was named after a small rodent, whose fur was used for payment many centuries ago.
- The limestone columns of the White House in Washington, D.C. were made from Croatian stone.
- The famous explorer, Marco Polo, was actually born on the Croatian island of Korcula.
Croatia Travel Advice for US Travelers:
The safety of our travelers is paramount and we keep informed of the latest travel updates on Croatia. We recommend that you check the latest travel advice from the U.S. Bureau of Consular Affairs before you travel.
Flying to Croatia from the US:
The azure waters and historic cities of Croatia are roughly a 12-15 flight from the States depending on whether you depart from the east or west seaboard. The most direct options from both New York and Los Angeles to Split are with Lufthansa via Frankfurt with just one transit stop. There are other airline options but these will involve two transit stops, as will flying to Dubrovnik from the US.