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Every year, thousands of travellers fall in love with Croatia's stunning Adriatic coastline and sea, whilst enjoying the unique cuisine inspired by its rich cultural and natural heritage.

Our Balkans tours run through this spectacular Eastern European country, which was founded in the 7th century on the ruins of the Roman Empire. Fans of the hit series 'Game of Thrones' will be thrilled to know that our tours take you to Dalmatian coast in Split and Dubrovnik - the fantasy location of 'King's Landing'.

Rugged coastlines and emerald-coloured seas

Undoubtedly, the jewel in Croatia's crown is its coastline, with views of many islands in the distance.

It's sun-kissed, pebbly beaches are also a delight, the perfect place to lounge away and relax, but for those with an adrenaline rush, there are numerous water-based activities to take advantage of, including snorkelling, diving, kayaking, windsurfing and sailing.

Croatia tours are rich in history and culture

Our Croatia tours take you on a journey through time, as we explore Croatia's medieval remains and its Byzantine past by visiting places such as Dubrovnik, Zadar and Split.

We'll also visit Venetian palaces, Napoleonic forts, early Slavic churches, and Viennese mansions. Led by an English-speaking travel guide, you will get an authentic Balkan experience on our Croatia tours.

More information about Croatia tours

Do you want to know more about Croatia and its beauty? Or do you need accurate visa information?

Contact the Croatia tourism board for more information.

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Is it safe to visit Croatia?

Croatia is a safe destination to visit with very little street crime and violence.

What is the official currency of Croatia?

The Croatian kuna (HRK) is the official currency of Croatia, which is subdivided into 100 lipa.

When is the best time of the year to visit Croatia?

The best time to visit Croatia is during the shoulder season (May-June & September) as there are fewer crowds, the weather is pleasant, and the Adriatic Sea is warm for swimming.

Is it standard to tip in Croatia?

Tipping is expected in Croatian restaurants and you should leave between 10-15% tip.

Is the tap water safe to drink in Croatia?

The tap water is safe to drink in all of Croatia. The tap water from Split comes from the Jadro River and is one of the purest in the world.


I had an amazing time on the trip. Everything was incredibly well organized and planned out to a tee. Our tour guide, Big Mo, was amazing and super knowledgeable. I couldn't have imagined a better trip to Egypt!

This is our first travel through Encounters Travel and so far the arrangement is working very well. Our travel is not until April 2017 so I am more than hopeful all will continue to run as smoothly as it has so far.

I thought it was very good we didn't have to worry about anything everything was in order and kept with the schedule as planned, unless we wanted to deviated from it to do somethingelse. The trip really a trip of a life time.
There was a time many years ago that I wanted to travel to Egypt and didn't because of the cost. This trip was, to me, very affordable. I think everyone should experience this trip. The tour guide was alos excellent, Sherif Mohammad.

Ant provided excellent service. He always responded as quickly as he could, attending to the questions I had for him. He was also very patient and pleasant. I depended on his knowledge and service to make the trip.
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Croatia Country Guide

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Time: GMT+2
Dial Code: +385
Area: 56.594 km2
Elevation: The lowest point in Croatia is the Adriatic Sea 0m | The highest point in Croatia is the Dinara Mountain 1,831m (6,007 ft.)
Population: 4,164,783 (2018)
Capital: Zagreb
Government: Parliamentary system, Parliamentary republic
Language: Croatian

Croatia, officially the Republic of Croatia, is an Eastern European country. It is located on the Adriatic Sea and encompasses more than a thousand islands. The capital of Croatia is Zagreb, which is one of the primary subdivisions, along with 20 counties.

This developed country has a very high standard of living and is a republic governed under a parliamentary system. Croatia is a member of the European Union and the United Nations.

The economy of Croatia is strongly influenced by the industrial and service sectors, and agriculture. Croatia is also ranked among the top 20 most popular tourist destinations in the world.

Situated in Central and Southeast Europe, Croatia is bordered by Hungary to the northeast, Serbia to the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the southeast, Montenegro to the southeast, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest, and Slovenia to the northwest.

There are four types of biogeographical regions in Croatia: Mediterranean, Alpine, Pannonian and Continental. Croatia can also be subdivided between several ecoregions because of the geomorphology and climate. The country has a rich biodiversity with 37,0000 known species.

Croatia experiences a relatively warm and rainy continental climate. The coldest parts of the country are Gorski Kotar and Lika with a snowy-forested climate. The warmest areas in Croatia are along the Adriatic Coast with a Mediterranean climate.

There is no official religion in Croatia and freedom of religion is a right defined by the Constitution. Christianity is the largest religion followed by Islam.


  • Dubrovnik - a city on the Adriatic Sea, famous for its Old Town and surrounding stone walls.
  • Hvar - an island in the Adriatic Sea with 13th-century walls and a hilltop fortress.
  • Mljet - an Adriatic island, home to a national park with two large lakes, olive trees and grapevines.
  • Zadar - a historic town with medieval churches, Roman ruins, Venetian gates and grand cathedrals.
  • Euphrasian Basilica - dating back to the 6th century, this Byzantine complex is a World Heritage Site.
  • Cathedral of St Domnius - the oldest cathedral in the world that remains in use in its original structure.
  • Krka Monastery - a Serbian Orthodox monastery protected as part of the Krka National Park.
  • City walls & forts - bounding the town of Dubrovnik, these walls and forts were built in the 9th century.


  • Invest in a pair of reef shoes to avoid getting injured by sea urchins.
  • Croatian is a difficult language, but most of the locals speak a little English.
  • Many restaurants in the cities serve food until midnight, so you can dine later.
  • There is not much of a haggling culture and many shops have fixed prices.
  • Be sun smart when holidaying in Croatia, as the sun can be very strong.
  • Carry cash with you throughout your holiday because some places will not accept cards.
  • Bring a reusable water bottle to fill up in many of the freshwater fountains.
  • The public transport is convenient, reliable and a good way to get around the cities.


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