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Croatia travel guides

Our Croatia specialists know the country well but return regularly to stay up to date — visiting new hotels or artisan food producers, checking out the best travel connections and figuring out ways to avoid the crowds at the country’s most popular attractions. These travel guides will help you get the most out of your time in Croatia, whether you wish to see the highlights or tour local producers who create some of the country’s signature food and wines. They make a good starting point when planning your trip and let you know what to expect based on our personal experience so you’ll arrive well informed and ready to enjoy the best Croatia has to offer.

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Ideas for how to explore Croatia

Our travel guides share our specialists’ passion and knowledge for Croatia. We travel here regularly to discover new experiences, explore untried areas and dig deeper into the better-known places and attractions. At the same time, we gather advice and up-to-date information on the best-quality guides, new hotels and restaurants, and the most memorable forms of transportation.

  • Traditional Croatian peka

    A beginner’s guide to Croatian food

    Full-bodied red wines, truffle-infused cheeses and lamb roasted over an open wood fire — these are just a few of the delicacies you can discover in Croatia. Specialist Casey suggests five experiences that will let you explore the country’s culinary heritage.

  • City walls, Dubrovnik

    A highlights guide to Croatia

    From the brilliantly blue waters of the Adriatic to the vineyards of Istria, Croatia specialist Caroline outlines five highlights of any trip to Croatia, including two cities where Game of Thrones was filmed.

  • Roman Forum ruins, Rome

    Explore ancient cities of Europe and the Middle East

    From the pyramids and the Parthenon to the Colosseum and Diocletian’s Palace, the remnants of ancient empires still define modern Europe and the Middle East. Our specialists suggest the best way to explore these not-so-hidden roots from Amman to Athens.

  • Coastal view, Capri

    Outdoors in Europe: Taking to the water

    While away your day on a private boat, admiring the hidden coves around Capri, or hike among the fantastical waterfalls deep in the heart of a Croatian park. Our European specialists suggest seven great ways to enjoy the continent’s waterways.