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Croatia enters Schengen and Euro zones
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2023 brings serious changes to Croatia’s borders and banks as the country enters the Schengen zone and adopts the euro as its official currency. Both changes will make it easier for visitors to Croatia. No more long passport checks at the land borders of Italy, Slovenia, Austria and Hungary which are already in the Schengen zone. No more complicated currency conversions into a currency (kuna) that couldn’t be used outside the country. Let’s look at each change in detail. Schengen Zone As of 1 January Croatia became part of the Schengen Zone which allows borderless travel among the following c ..read more
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The New Peljesac Bridge
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The Peljesac Bridge has finally opened, linking continental Croatia with southern Dalmatia. Wait, wasn’t there always a link between inland Croatia and the southern Dalmatian coast? No! Ever since the end of the Homeland War in 1995 a tiny sliver of Bosnian territory at Neum created a border between the northern and southern coast. Although the idea was to give Bosnia an outlet to the sea, Croatians found the situation unsatisfactory. Croatians and visitors were obligated to pass through a border control that could become clogged in the busy summer months. It also created a problem for Croati ..read more
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2022 Ferry Timetables Now Out
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There’s no getting around ferry timetables in planning any visit to Croatia’s beautiful islands and now they’re all available! Croatia’s most cherished islands lie in the region between Split and Dubrovnik. Islands such as Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Vis, Mljet and Lastovo get the most visitors which is why I’ve gone to the trouble of compiling ALL the timetables from the five ferry companies that handle routes from the coast to and between the islands. You’ll find links to each timetable on my Croatia Ferries page. Here are the Dalmatia ferry routes in 2022: Trogir-Slatine-Split Split-Milna-Hvar-Ko ..read more
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Croatia and Covid: What You Need to Know
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Is it Safe to Visit Croatia? Among European countries, Croatia has not been the hardest hit. Croatian Public Health Institute (HZJZ) Assistant Director Marija Bubaš has said that the epidemiological situation in Croatia is good but that caution is necessary as the number of new infections has been on the rise. Currently the vaccination rate is under 50%. Naturally, the infection rate varies by region. Consult the interactive map of cases here. What Do I Need to Enter Croatia? Entry requirements for those coming from an EU or Schengen area or EU citizens coming from outside the zone:   a ..read more
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Updated Ferry Schedules!
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Croatia travel planning is now easy with ferry schedules updated for the 2021 season. You’ll find all ferry schedules plying the waters between Split and Dubrovnik plus booking information and practical tips at my Ferries in Croatia page. If you don’t find the ferry route here, it doesn’t exist! Most of the routes have remained unchanged over the last few years with the exception of a new passenger ferry from Dubrovnik to Lastovo Island via Korcula.  Lastovo is one of Croatia’s most beautiful and least touristed islands. Perfect for getting away from it all! … Continue reading → The post ..read more
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Visit Croatia 2020: Covid Rules
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It’s been a tough six months for Croatian tourism since Covid 19 swept into the Western hemisphere. Visitor numbers plummeted as cancellations rained down on flights, tours and accommodation. Along with the rest of Europe, Croatia fought the coronavirus with lockdowns, social distancing and masks. Their efforts paid off. As of today, Croatia has suffered just short of 3000 cases of the virus since March 19 with 110 deaths, far fewer than other European countries. Border Rules Now the country is ready to open its borders to visitors while still aiming to protect the public against the virus. A ..read more
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Dubrovnik Overtourism 2020: What You Need to Know
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Is Dubrovnik a tourist trap? Should you skip it? Or, is it possible to avoid the crowds? The post Dubrovnik Overtourism 2020: What You Need to Know appeared first on Croatia Travel Blog ..read more
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Croatia Travel 2020
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2020 has arrived and with it a bundle of new ways to enjoy Croatia. As Croatia's popularity has exploded, there are more options than ever to get around easily, stay in luxury digs or get off the beaten track. Here are some of the 2020 highlights so far. The post Croatia Travel 2020 appeared first on Croatia Travel Blog ..read more
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Goolets Yacht Charter
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Nothing is more delightful than cruising the Croatian coast aboard a luxury motor yacht. Gliding over the sparkling water, stopping to swim or visit one of Croatia's legendary islands is the Adriatic at its finest. And when you charter a fully-crewed yacht through Goolets all you need to do is relax and enjoy. The post Goolets Yacht Charter appeared first on Croatia Travel Blog ..read more
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