The Republic of Croatia/ Republika Hrvatska/ borders 6 other countries, Italy on the south, Hungary on the north and 4 former Yugoslav Republics: Slovenia on the west, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina on the east, Monte Negro on the southeast. Croatia is an Adriatic, Mediterranean, Danube region, Central and Southeastern European country.
Regions and counties of Croatia are geographically and historically intertwined and follow relief elements.
SOUTHERN COASTLINE COUNTIES: Dalmatia – North Dalmatia covers Zadar and Sibenik-Knin counties, Central Dalmatia covers Split-Dalmatia and South Dalmatia covers Dubrovnik-Neretva county
NORTH-EASTERN CROATIA COUNTIES: Also Slavonia, Baranja and Syrmia regions – Brod-Posavina, Osijek-Baranja, Pozega-Slavonia, Virovitica-Podravina, Vukovar-Syrmia
ARRIVAL TO CENTRAL DALMATIA
Learn how to get to Central Dalmatia on the Split-Dalmatia Tourist Board website https://www.dalmatia.hr/en/how-to-reach
ARRIVAL TO SLAVONIA
Learn how to get to the central city of Slavonia, Osijek and around on the Osijek Tourist Board website: https://www.tzosijek.hr/getting-here-and-around-856
THE CAPITAL OF CROATIA: Zagreb
CLIMATE IN CROATIA: Mediterranean and Continental
THE LANGUAGE: The official language of Croatia is Croatia which belongs to south Slavic group of languages
POPULATION: 4,2 mil people
CURRENCY: Croatian Kuna (HRK)
DOMAIN EXTENSION: .hr
JUST IN CASE
Croatia has implemented Europe’s Emergency Number 112 that transfers you to emergency services, police or the fire department.
WATER Tap water is absolutely safe for consumption.
ELECTRICITY supply is 220W, 50 Hz. Visitors from the USA will need a power supply adapter.
CLIMATE is Mediterranean in Dalmatia and Continental in Slavonia.