Discover the breathtaking natural history, spectacular national parks and glittering waters of Croatia that have inspired filmmakers and writers. Explore the shining stone streets of Dubrovnik’s Old Town district, where TV show Game of Thrones is set, or wander among the grand walls which surround the historic area. Whether you wish to sample fine wine and oysters at the city’s best seafood restaurants, or island hop around the Dalmatian Coast and spend an afternoon on famous Zlatni Rat Beach, Flight Centre can help you find it in Croatia. All of the itineraries have been tried and tested by our Travel Consultants and people on the ground.
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Top 3 Things to Do in Croatia
- Visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park
- Walk the ancient fortifications of Dubrovnik’s Old Town
- Take a boat trip through the Dalmatian Islands
When to Go to Croatia
If it’s balmy weather, bustling beaches and a vibrant café culture you’re after, the best time to visit Croatia is at the height of summer – July to August. The shoulder seasons, spring and autumn, promise fewer crowds and less oppressive temperatures, as well as being a great time to visit the country’s national parks. As for winter, Croatia’s pretty cities make great spots for a weekend break with plenty of urban sightseeing.
Flight time: London to Dubrovnik flight time is around 2 hours 40 minutes.
Visas: British Citizens do not require a visa to Croatia.
More about Croatia
Capital city: Zagreb
Currency: Croatian kuna
Vaccinations: There are no required vaccinations for entry to Croatia, but it is recommended that all travellers be up-to-date with their routine inoculations.
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