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EnterCroatia is a website intended for anyone traveling to Croatia, either as a tourist, business or just passing through. We try to give answers to most common questions that bother those who go on the road also including destinations, trip ideas, accommodation information and more service information for tourists.
EnterCroatia is a nonprofit website intended for anyone traveling to Croatia, either as a tourist, business or just passing through. We will try to give answers to most common questions that bother those who go on the road.
With over 10 years of experience in the tourism industry, we will do our best to respond in a helpful manner.
Major cities and travel destinations in Croatia
Frequently asked questions about Croatia
When is the best time to go to Croatia?
Croatia can be visited all year round. The best time to enjoy a holiday with pleasant temperatures and outdoor activities is from mid-May to the end of September. The climate on the Adriatic coast is Mediterranean, while inland it is continental.
Is it easy to get around by car in Croatia?
Croatia has a good motorway network. Apart from the motorways, you will soon find yourself on small roads. Because of the geography of the country, there are many curves and hills. What looks fast on a map can take a long time, especially if it is the high tourist season. The average speed on the secondary network is 50km/h.
What are the beaches like in Croatia?
Croatian beaches are often small, concreted with steps and embankments to access the water and feet treading on pebbles or gravel. Long sandy beaches are an exception in Croatia.
Is Croatia’s heritage rich?
Fortresses and castles, picturesque old towns, centuries-old churches and cathedrals, city walls, Roman buildings, monasteries, villages and harbours… Croatia’s architectural and cultural heritage is based on 5000 years of history.
What is Croatian gastronomy like?
Influenced by the East, Central Europe and the West, Croatian wine and Balkan cuisine tickles the taste buds: truffles, seafood and fresh fish as well as cured meats and fruit ripened in the warm Adriatic climate are on the menu.