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Croatia Travel Guide

Despite its growing popularity, Croatia retains its unique identity and continues to uphold its Mediterranean traditions and laidback way of life. Every summer, visitors flock to the irresistible Adriatic coastline where you can explore the crystal-clear waters and likes of Brač, Hvar or Split. No matter which island piques your interest, you can guarantee each will captivate your attention.

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When to Visit

when to visit
  1. Peak Season

    July to September

    If you’re after the best weather (with average highs of 31°C along the southern coast) the months of July to September will be the time to visit Croatia. However, if you’re not prepared to battle the large influx of tourists that grace the streets of Hvar, Dubrovnik and other larger cities then maybe the high season is not for you. Prices will also be at their highest as this is when Europeans will take their summer holidays along with travellers from the Southern Hemisphere attempting to escape the winter chills back home. Travellers can enjoy many great festivals and outdoor activities including Hideout Festival and Ultra Europe.

  2. Low Season

    October to April

    If you’re hoping to explore the Croatian coastline on a budget, the months of October to April is the prime time to embark on a Croatian journey. While many restaurants, hotels and attractions might be closed (as they operate mostly during the high season) you will find properties that are open will offer a significantly reduced rate. If you’re spending time up north, skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes at Sljeme just outside Zagreb, or enjoy snowy hikes and join in the festive activities over Christmas in Zagreb. The average temperature in the northern part of the country will only reach an average high of 4°C, with lows of -3°C.

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