Capital: Zagreb

Currency: Kuna (HRK)

Country Code: +385

Do I need a Visa? Visas are not required for most countries including the US, Canada and various points in Europe.

How will I charge my devices? Croatia’s electrical current is 230v/50Hz

How do I get there?  Well, if you’re heading to Dubrovnik (DUB) and flying from…
New York- 12 hours + with connection(s)
Los Angeles- 15hours+ with connection(s)
Toronto-13 hours + with connection(s)
Sao Paulo- 16 hours+ with connection(s)
London- 4 hours

Geography: Croatia has a unique location, hugging the coastline along the Adriatic Sea with a diverse variety of islands, and rugged terrain as you move inland , featuring a dazzling array of natural parks and reserves as you travel throughout.

Time Zones: GMT +1

How's the weather? Croatia’s weather, just like it’s tourism peaks, are quite seasonal.  During fall and winter, temperatures are chilly to downright cold, with snow and ski opportunities but that also lends itself to the charm of the amazing Christmas Markets throughout the country that have become quite famous.  During the spring and summer, steady winds make sailing perfect, beaches are vibrant, waters are crystal clear and ready to be explored and sun worshippers become very happy.