The best time to visit Croatia is during the summer months, from June to September, when sunlight is plentiful and temperatures are warm, between 66°F and 86°F. The weather is perfect for cruising and swimming in the blue waters around the islands.
Crime in Croatia is relatively low and its safe for solo travellers to go it alone or part of a group.
There is no mandatory requirement of vaccinations to go on holiday.
The health service in Croatia is of a good standard.
There are English-speaking doctors and pharmacists in all the tourist areas.
A trip to Croatia is likely to involve enjoying the fabulous beaches, so bikinis and beach wear, with a sarong or wrap, is very much the look for the daytime.
If you are going to visit any religious sites, then be sure to cover your shoulders and bare legs.
Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted across Croatia, as are Diners Club and American Express at fewer stores and hotels.
UK driving licence holders may drive in Croatia on their UK licence for a period of up to 12 months.
Electricity in Croatia conforms to the European standard of 220V to 230V, with a frequency of 50Hz. Wall outlets typically accommodate plugs with two or three round pins therefore, you need to pack an adapter for your holiday.
English is widely spoken in Croatia, with over the half the population having some kind of grasp of English, therefore, you will have no problem getting around Croatia.
It is advisable to check with your mobile provider before travelling.
You can withdraw Kuna (local currency) and Euros in Croatia.
ATMs in Croatia have choice of languages, so you don’t need to navigate through Croatian-language menus.
The water in Croatia is drinkable anywhere in the country, so no matter where you go, you should be able to drink from the tap but bottle water is recommended.