Dubrovnik Old Town Highlights: A perfect tour for first time visitors, here you can see all the highlights of Dubrovnik and its classical old town area.
Game of Thrones Walking Tour: Discover the mysteries of King’s Landing (filmed in Dubrovnik’s Old Town). This tour is a must-see for any Game of Thrones fans out there!
Plitvice Lakes National Park Private Tour: Experience the wonder of some of the awe-inspiring waterfalls of the Plitvice Lakes with this amazing nature tour.
The Best of Split walking tour: Explore the hidden gems of the city of the city of Split with this in-depth walking tour taking you through 1,700 years of history.
Dubrovnik Cats Tour: If you’re a cat lover then this tour is for you! Head to hidden spots around town to observe Dubrovnik’s many cats in their natural habitat.
- Be sure to check visa requirements for your country. Citizens of many countries don’t require visas for trips to Croatia, but always be sure to check before making bookings.
- From the start of 2023, the Euro has become the official currency of Croatia, so you don’t have to worry about converting to Croatian kuna anymore. International currency can also be converted into Euros easily at various establishments.
- Croatia is a relatively safe country, but it’s always a good idea to be cautious of pickpockets and other petty crime. Asking your private guide is the best way to ensure peace of mind.
- Be respectful of local culture and remember to dress modestly when entering religious sites. Also always ask permission before taking pictures of people.
- Bring an appetite! Croatian cuisine is delicious and infused with Mediterranean flavors. Fresh seafood, fruits, vegetables, and grilled meats are a staple, and the country also has excellent local wine and beer.
Croatia is a country blessed by a great climate, with warm summers, mild winters, and a generally Mediterranean comfort. The peak tourist season is during the summer months (June - August), but if you want to try and avoid the crowds then spring (March - May) and autumn (September - October) are also great choices.
- Take some time to experience the gorgeous nature of the country.
- Greet people with “Dobar dan” (good day) and “Bok” (hi / bye).
- Carry cash as many smaller establishments may not accept cards.
- Wear sunblock and/or a hat, the sun can be strong here.
- Be respectful when entering the many churches and other places of worship.
- Don’t flaunt your valuables or leave them unattended.
- Don’t shout in the streets and don’t litter.
- Don’t expect everyone to be fluent in English.
- Don’t swim in unauthorized areas and pay attention to lifeguards.
- Don’t barter, prices are generally fixed here.
Yes, English is relatively widely spoken, particularly in areas that see many tourists. It’s still always a good idea to memorize a few local phrases no matter where you are visiting.
In general Croatia is a very friendly country to tourists. Most people are friendly and welcoming as long as you treat them with respect as well. Tourism is a major sector of the country’s economy, so you can find various forms of accommodation and tours that are catered towards foreign tourists. Feel free to ask a local for help if you get lost or are unsure of something.
Yes, Croatia is included in the Eurail pass and this is one of the best ways to explore many of the country’s best destinations. You can use your Eurail pass to travel on any trains operated by the local Croatian Railways (Hrvatske Željeznice). Some trains do require seat reservations to be made in advance, so be sure to check with the operator just in case.
Having a private tour guide accompany you will help ensure you get the most out of your Croatia tour experience. Our guides can not only take you to the best spots, use their experience as locals to show you the country’s hidden gems, and generally take care of details such as transportation, scheduling, and travel recommendations.
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