Login Here

Europe  >   Croatia
Share this site with your friends

Travel to Croatia

  • Flag
In the period prior to 1991, Croatia (then part of Yugoslavia, now Serbia and Montenegro) was on course to become the new Costa del Sol Several planeloads of passengers from Western Europe (10 million per year) landed on the shores of the Adriatic in search of sun, low cost of living, and maybe a medieval trivia nude beach. But with the push for Croatian independence from Yugoslavia's violent separation, war tourism that dream became a nightmare. Despite the recent tragedies, the charms of Croatia remain unscathed and the country has been converted into a magnet for tourism. Its medieval aura still lingers in the cobbled streets of Rovinj and the Stari Grad (Old Town) of Dubrovnik, recently restored. Croatia also has some of the best Roman ruins in Europe, which include the vast palace of Diocletian in Split. The climate and the beaches are still beautiful and if you may want to practice nudism.

In Croatia you can visit cities like Croatia, Dubrovnik, Hvar Island or Zagreb
Other user descriptions
The Republic of Croatia (Croatian: Republika Hrvatska listen (· i), Hrvatska IPA: [xř̩.ʋa ː. ʦka ː]) is a country in Central Europe is geographically surrounded by the Pannonian Plain, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean Sea. Its capital, while its main financial center, university and commercial, is Zagreb with one million inhabitants in its metropolitan area. Croatia borders with Slovenia and Hungary to the north, Serbia to the northeast, Bosnia and Herzegovina in the east and Montenegro to the south. To the southwest, Croatia bordering the Adriatic Sea and also shares a maritime border with Italy in the Gulf of Trieste. Following the adoption of Croatian citizens in a referendum, the country also will become part of the European Union on 1 July 2013 as the 28th state in hacerlo.2 Croatia is also a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Council of Europe and was a non-permanent member of the Security Council of the United Nations for the period 2008-2009. He is a member of NATO since April 1, 2009, becoming the second former Yugoslav nation to join this military alliance after Slovenia. Additionally, the country is a founding member of the Union for the Mediterranean since its inception in 2008. The Croats are a Slavic people, Dinaric, there were mixed with other Slavic peoples acquired their language and customs. Later, they returned to emigrate and settled in the historic Croatia (Zagreb and its surroundings) during the seventh century. From the ninth century, Croatia became one of the most powerful kingdoms in the region, successfully fighting Avars, Bulgars and Magyars or Hungarians. In 1102, following a nuptial union, Croats became part of Hungary, under the sovereignty of their king. By the mid-thirteenth century, the Hungarian kingdom was strongly affected by the Ottoman expansion, which led to the Croatian Parliament (Sabor) to invite the Habsburgs, under the reign of Ferdinand I, to assume power over historic Croatia. The Habsburgs successfully fought the Ottomans, and by the eighteenth century, much of Croatia was free of Turkish control, while part of Istria and Dalmatia remained under the dominion of the Venetian Republic, in contrast to the small but powerful Pearl of the Adriatic, the Republic of Ragusa (now Dubrovnik). In 1868, Croatia and Dalmatia were a great national autonomy, each having its Sabor or Parliament, while the region remained under Habsburg Croatian Hungarian authority, Dalmatia and Istria were under the direct leadership of Austria. In Istria, Opatija is the main resort of the Viennese to the twentieth century.
Can you describe a Travel to Croatia ?

Give us your opinion about a Travel to Croatia ?

What you can see if you Travel to Croatia



All this descriptions will be validated so if you try to add fake content it won't appear in the website.
All html malicious code will be erased from this description.

Destinations on the map

  Coments:
Add a comment and evaluate a Travel to Croatia:
Punctuation:
Click to ad your punctuation

Contact with our Tourist Guides

Roko Karan
Languages: English(USA),Japanese,Chinese Cantonese,Chinese Mandarin,Taiwanese,Korean,Vietnamese,Burmese,Mongolian,Niuean,Dzongkha,Cambodian,Thai,Lao,Hmong,Mien,Tetun,Tagalog,Kazakh,Kirghiz,Yao,Aleut,Inuktitut,Inupiaq,Malay,Haida,Kalmyk Oirat,Tuvan,Buryat. | Services: Interpreting,restaurants,teaching&tutoring.
Hi there.I am a tour guide with nearly 8 years of experience working in field.I have worked throughout years with clients mainly from Asia or from the Ask Information about travelling to Roko Karan

Most Desired Destinations

Archaeological Museum
Find information about visiting Archaeological Museum View Archaeological Museum guide
Gregorius of Nin Statue
Find information about visiting Gregorius of Nin Statue View Gregorius of Nin Statue guide
church museum
Find information about visiting church museum View church museum guide
Museum of Modern Art
Find information about visiting Museum of Modern Art View Museum of Modern Art guide
Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters
Find information about visiting Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters View Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters guide
St Mark's Square
Find information about visiting St Mark's Square View St Mark's Square guide
Dubrovnik City Walls
Find information about visiting Dubrovnik City Walls View Dubrovnik City Walls guide
St Jerome
Find information about visiting St Jerome View St Jerome guide
St Saviour Church
Find information about visiting St Saviour Church View St Saviour Church guide
Arts & Crafts Museum
Find information about visiting Arts & Crafts Museum View Arts & Crafts Museum guide

Are you looking for a hotel?
Send a message to our experts in Croatia
ActiveHolidays1 @ActiveHolidays1
Activity and adventure travel ...
Send message
iwinetc @iwinetc
Join passionate wine & travel ...
Send message
TopTourismGuide @TopTourismGuide
The best tourism guide with mo...
Send message
Do you want to appear here?