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Romantic islands, charming cities and world-class food and wine

With the sparkling Adriatic coast, clusters of picture-perfect islands and enchanting medieval cities, Croatia has everything you need for a once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon.

Spend your time cruising through the crystal clear waters, hopping from island to island on a private boat stopping as often as you like to swim, snorkel or just soak up the sun. Hvar and Korcula are covered in olive groves, lavender and vineyards and dotted with hidden coves. They also have pretty old towns with plenty of character and a liberal sprinkling of great restaurants.

Further inland more natural splendors await, including the turquoise lakes and waterfalls of Plitvice and the crashing cascades of Krka National Park. Couples who like to get out and explore the great outdoors will love the range of hiking, cycling and caving excursions on offer, and for when you want to take things a little slower there are vineyards and wineries to explore and cooking classes to enjoy.

Croatia’s towns and cities are no less spectacular; wind your way through the marble streets of Dubrovnik, affectionately known as the ‘pearl of the Adriatic, and explore the labyrinthine Diocletian’s Palace in Split. The heart-shaped peninsula of Istria is one of fairytale hilltop villages and is best appreciate from above by taking to the skies in a hot air balloon, glass of champagne in hand.

Croatia can easily be combined with a trip to Slovenia, Montenegro and northern Italy so speak to your Travel Designer and start planning your dream trip.

Whatever you want from your Europe tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Need to Know

is the local time
Croatian Kuna is the local currency
Zagreb is the capital city
Zagorski Štrukli is Croatia's national dish

When to go

Croatia is beautiful year-round but is best visited either side of the hottest summer months. With such a long stretch of coastline, you'll want to take advantage of the warm weather and visiting in early or late summer can mean fewer crowds.


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