Travel to Croatia
Travel to Croatia
The Croatia is divided into 21 counties:
1. Bjelovarsko-bilogorska County
2. Brodsko-posavska County
3. Dubrovačko-neretvanska County
4. Istra County
5. Karlovac County
6. Koprivničko-križevačka County
7. Krapinsko-zagorska County
8. Ličko-senjska County
9. Međimurska County
10. Osječko-baranjska County
11. Požeško-slavonska County
12. Primorsko-goranska County
13. Sisačko-moslavačka County
14. Splitsko-dalmatinska County
15. Varaždin county
16. Virovitičko-podravska County
Vukovarsko-srijemska County 17.
18. Zadar County
19. Zagreb County
20. Šibenik-Knin County
21.La city of Zagreb
• Inside: temperate continental climate with warm winters, dry summers and mild but humid
• Mountain regions: cool summers and cold winters with a large amount of snow
• Coastal regions: Mediterranean climate, with dry summers and wet winters
• The average temperature in January: the inside -1 to 3° C; Mountain -5 to 0° C; It costs 5-10° C
• The average temperature in August: the Interior of 22-26° C; mountain region 15-20° C; Coast 26-30° C
The Croatia is a central European and Mediterranean country, whose land area is 56,691 km2, and the surface of the sea, out of 33 200 km2. The total size of Croatia is 89 891 km2.
The total number of Croatian population of 2001 amounts to 4,437,460 inhabitants. Croats make up over 90% of the population of Croatia, while minorities are Serbs, Hungarians, Italians and Serbs.
The Croatian capital Zagreb (with a total population of just over 1 million), while the other main centres of the Northeast are Osijek, Rijeka and split, which is located in the South. The official language is Croatian, and the letter of the Latin alphabet. The ideal time to explore Croatia is definitely the off-season for a number of reasons: the lowest priced at the lowest traffic, the most interesting and picturesque events (first of all the Carnival, but not only!) and a little why to avoid the temptation of the beautiful sea of Croatia and laziness that catches us in summer when we can't resist the lure of the beach , it takes too much, really too much fortitude! Then we explore in the spring or fall and relax in the Sun in summer (and skiing in winter ...).
The new highway connects now all Croatia, but the real Scout should enjoy the pleasure of driving on the Adriatic Highway, the beautiful coastal road that from River reaches the Dalmatia, crossing it all: 1053 km of road and overlooking on a non-transferable, on beaches, coves, deserted stretches of coastline and at the mercy of the elements, through small ports delicious with a stop in any restaurant with terrace
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The ideal time to explore Croatia is definitely the off-season for a number of reasons: the lowest priced at the lowest traffic, the most interesting and picturesque events (first of all the Carnival, but not only!) and a little why to avoid the temptation of the beautiful sea of Croatia and laziness that catches us in summer when we can't resist the lure of the beach , it takes too much, really too much fortitude!
Then we explore in the spring or fall and relax in the Sun in summer (and skiing in winter ...). The new highway connects now all Croatia, but the real Scout should enjoy the pleasure of driving on the Adriatic Highway, the beautiful coastal road that from River reaches the Dalmatia, crossing it all: 1053 km of road and overlooking on a non-transferable, on beaches, coves, deserted stretches of coastline and at the mercy of the elements, through small ports delicious with a stop in any restaurant with a terrace overlooking the sea.
Landing in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik you have to spend the early hours of the morning at beautiful walls – before the cruise ships are a constant in front of the old port are beginning to disembark their passengers and town, but above all the walls, crowd of people. From the port you can take the opportunity to visit the Lokrum island with its beautiful peacocks and rocky beaches, or choose a tour of Elafiti.
From Dubrovnik the next stop takes us to Korcula, island green famous for its wine, the sandy beaches of Lumbarda and the historic fortified his capital. From Korcula you can reach the island of Hvar, one of the most "complete" islands of the Croatian Adriatic: Party on one side and stylish, rustic villages, lush, beautiful beaches and restaurants for every taste. From Hvar we move to Split and Diocletian's taking advantage of the new link service with seaplane: a visit to the Palace can take a few hours or the whole day, to end in the catacombs-bazaar ...
We then proceed to Zadar, a perfect mix of ancient and contemporary history and the port of departure for a visit to the National Park Kornati. Going up along the coast you can reach Pula and its beautiful amphitheatre to witness and to a concert or a historical reconstruction, a quick visit to the city – at the Roman Theatre, the market and the beaches of Punta Verudela – and a bet on the Brijuni Islands National Park – Maybe to see a classic theatrical in Ulysses Theatre with setting in an old military fortress.
From Pula to Rovinj is a short step, but the highly diverse landscape: the old town stands on a hilly peninsula and at the top of the Hill stands the Church of Sant'Eufemia: the narrow streets to reach the Church form a labyrinth overlooked by tall, narrow houses and narrow stairs that descend to the sea ... Leaving the sea behind you reach Zagreb, Croatia's capital a mix of culture and art, past and present. There are museums to visit, certainly, but also squares, churches, galleries, the clock tower, the Lake Jarun. From Zagreb the last step is to reach the Plitvice National Park: who sees it for the first time gasps, who set us back ... too!
Itinerary. Gastronomic in Croatia
Starting from the Interior of Istria you can taste the famous Istrian truffles, wine and venison dishes and vegetables grown and cooked using traditional methods and then moved towards the coast and Volosko where enjoy freshly caught fish in small konobe (wine cellars) from a few places or large branded restaurants.
From Volosko with a short trip you reach the Island Krk where you can enjoy a few bottles of good wine in and around Vrbnik and lamb on the spit and Octopus under the baking lid. From Krk we reach Crikvenica, known for its cherries and derivatives, while going down the coast over Senj you may want to visit the island Pag to buy the famous Pag cheese in all its variants – fresh, seasoned in oil ... From page you reach Zadar where the more adventurous can embark on Long Island or the nearest Ugljan discovering the Octopus with potatoes baked under the baking lid or Bell: to be ordered the day before, so you have to plan a stay of at least one overnight if not two ...
Crossing the bridge connecting Ugljan in Pašman you get to the ferry to the Mainland and descend along the coast towards Sibenik stopping on the way for a plate of grilled prawns or squid Adriatic or shells from the coastal farms ... all watered by good Dalmatian wine, produced in Korcula, but also on the Peljesac Peninsula, to Orebic and Ston ...
Tour of the islands of Croatia
In Croatia there are over 1000 Islands, some large, some small, some simple rocks. Among those to visit in a hypothetical tour you can choose either the Kvarner Islands (North) – Krk, Rab, Losinj, Cres, Susak, Unije, the Brijuni Islands-Island Pag, or the islands of the Zadar Riviera – Vir, Ugljan, Pasman, Dugi Otok, Kornati archipelago, or go to Molat South with Murter (connected by a drawbridge) Hvar, Brac, Brac, Vis, Mljet, Lastovo starting from the port of split.
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- Location: Croatia
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- Submitted On: 0November 7, 2016