3,85/5 (votes: 82)
Cheap Flights to Croatia from €93.79
Best offers to Croatia cities
Low Prices Calendar
Useful advice for travelling to Croatia (HRV)
When telling about the beauty of their country, Croatians often recall an ancient legend about an angel sent by God to guard a bag with the entire world’s beauty in it. After the bag suddenly ripped open, beauty fell all over the area that today’s Croatia, European tourist attraction centre, is located. If you wish to see the place with your own eyes and be convinced of its wonder, cheap flights to Croatia are just for you.
Preparing for the trip
There are no necessary preparations or compulsory vaccinations required before starting your journey. However, it is recommended to get vaccinated against hepatitis A and B and typhoid fever. Tourists that are planning to engage in activity putting them into close contact with animals should also get vaccinated against rabies as a precaution.
The main tourist season starts in may end ends in October in Croatia. July and August are especially busy months. Croatian shore is washed by the waves of the Adriatic Sea, one of the world’s cleanest seas, which is great for swimming and diving enthusiasts.
Transportation and travel charges
The best way to get better acquainted with Croatia is to use rental cars. There are numerous car renting offices, and road quality is good in the country, especially in tourist zones. You can rent a newish car for one week for up to 300 euros. Buses, trains, and local flight planes are also available for inter-city travels. Water transport is also popular in Croatia: you can rent water motorcycles that will help you easier explore astonishing local islands and bays. Public transport tickets usually cost slightly more than one euro, a one kilometre taxi ride costs approximately 0.80 euro, and a litre of gasoline will cost you 1.26.
The official local currency is the Croatian kuna (HRK). One euro is equal to approximately 7.50 kunas. Living costs in Croatia are slightly higher than in Lithuania. For example, you can buy a litre of milk for 0.77 euro and buy a dozen eggs for about 2. In local shops, you can buy one kilogram of chicken breast for approximately 6 euros and a kilogram of fruit (apples, bananas, oranges) for about 1.30 euro.
Best return gifts choices
Your love ones and friends will be pleasantly surprised with a gift of homemade Croatian rakija, which a strong alcohol drink similar in its taste to vodka or brandy. Also worth purchasing are local cheese, and olive oil with addition of various spices. Beekeeping is widespread in Croatia, and delicious local honey will make a great return gift, especially the light and clear acacia honey or the darker forest sort.
Enterprise Code: 110437597
VAT Code: LT104375917
address: Laisvės al. 61-1, Kaunas, LT-44304, Lithuania
email: [email protected]
Workdays — 8:00-19:00
Weekends/Holidays — closed