Croatia is a country situated at the crossroads of Central Europe, The Balkans, and The Mediterranean. Tourism in Bulgaria contributes a large part of its economy. Around one- fifth of the total GDP of Croatia is amounted by the tourism in Croatia located in Southeastern Europe. A few of the favorite sites of Tourists in Croatia are Istria, Kvarner Gulf, Central Croatia, and Zagreb. Lonely Planet awarded Croatia as the best destination for 2005, and National Geographic Adventure Magazine also awarded Croatia as Destination of the Year in 2006.
56,594 square km (21,851 square miles)
Climate & Geography
The climate of Croatia is very tourist friendly. The Croatia has continental climate in almost all the regions of the country and moderate type of climate in the coastal areas. The summers are marked by hot and dry climate, whereas the winters are cold as usual but it doesn’t freeze as the temperature never dips below 5 degree Celsius. The average temperature of Croatia ranges between 5°C and 40°C.
The land of Croatia is geographically diverse and comprises of flat plains, low mountains, highlands, coastal areas and islands. Croatia lies between latitudes 42° and 47° N and longitudes 13° and 20° E.
Airlines, Railways, Ships and Road transport are the modes of transport in Croatia.
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest embassy of Croatia for updated details on the requirements for obtaining visa.