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Dubrovnik climate: when to go to Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik (Ragusa), Croatia. Author gari.baldi. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution

Dubrovnik (Ragusa) has a typical Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Summer days can be intensely hot, but the humidity is moderate and the sea breeze cools the warm feeling. In the months between October and ...

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Dubrovnik: the beautiful Ragusa of Dalmatia

Dubrovnik (Ragusa), Croatia. Author László Szalai. No Copyright

Along the coast of Dalmatia, in its southern part, near the border with Montenegro, is the jewel of Croatia, the city of Ragusa of Dalmatia, called Dubrovnik in the Croatian language. The city is characterized by a beautiful old town ...

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How to get to Croatia. Flights to Croatia

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia. Author Hyena. No Copyright

FERRIES TO CROATIA The main ports for the traffic of passenger ferries in Croatia are those of Split (Spalato) and Zadar (Zara), they are connected with several Italian ports and with the islands of the Dalmatian coast, other ports of ...

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Croatia travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

Zagreb, Croatia. Author Famille. Licence Art Libre

CROATIA DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: To entry into Croatia, European citizens must be in possess of a valid identity card or passport. Also minors must have their own personal identity document. Citizens of other countries outside the European Union must have their passport. For ...

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Croatia climate: when to go to Croatia

Pag (Pago), Croatia. Author Karel Hrdina. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Croatia has significant differences in climate due to its geographical location. Along the coast of Dalmatia and Istria, the climate is tempered by the influence of the Adriatic Sea and is mainly Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot, dry summers. ...

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Croatia tourist attractions: what to see in Croatia

Dubrovnik (Ragusa), Croatia. Autore László Szalai. No Copyright..

Croatia is a country that is very rich and varied in tourist attractions, this variety is a reflection of the history that has characterized the different parts of the country. In Istria and Dalmatia, along the coast overlooking the Adriatic ...

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Croatia: Dalmatia, Istria and Slavonia

Mausoleum of Diocletian, Split (Spalato), Croatia. Author Beyond silence. No Copyright

Croatia (Republika Hrvatska) is an independent republic, which was part of Yugoslavia until its dissolution in 1991. The country is located in the northwestern part of the Balkan peninsula and has a long coastline dotted with a myriad of islands ...

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