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According to shoppingpicks, October in Croatia marks the start of the cooler season. Temperatures range from an average high of 19 degrees Celsius (66 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 13 degrees Celsius (55 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall increases significantly to an average of 75 mm (3 in) per month, and thunderstorms become more common. November continues to be cool and wet, with temperatures ranging between 16-11°C (61-52°F). Rainfall increases further to an average of 100 mm (4 in), while thunderstorms remain frequent. December is still cool and wet, with temperatures ranging from an average high of 17 degrees Celsius (63 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 12 degrees Celsius (54 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall remains high at an average of 125 mm (5 in), and thunderstorms are a common occurrence. Croatia is a sunny country with different climates. The area on the Adriatic Sea, with the towns of Dubrovnik and Split and the popular holiday region of Istria, has a Mediterranean climate. The summers there are sunny, dry and warm (26°C). Winters are mild, but wet. Inland it quickly becomes mountainous. In August it is pleasantly cool on the mountain (18°C). The interior has a continental climate. The summers are dry and warm (24°C). In winter it is quite cold and there is regular precipitation. In the mountains it can be beautiful due to snowfall and you can enjoy excellent winter sports. Check a2zgov for Croatia government and politics.

Croatia Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry

According to areacodesexplorer.com, Croatia is a small country located in Central Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea. It has a population of around 4.2 million people and covers an area of 56,594 square kilometers. The capital and largest city is Zagreb. Croatia enjoys a temperate climate with hot summers and mild winters. It has a diverse… Read More »

Croatia Geography and Population

Croatia (Geography) Croatia extends north and west of Bosnia and Herzegovina with borders to both the Federation of Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims and the Republic of Serbia (Republika Srpska). Croatia also borders Slovenia and Hungary to the north and Serbia to the east. Both the southern and eastern borders run through areas where before… Read More »

Sights of Croatia

The Republic of Croatia is a popular holiday destination in southern Europe. Every year tens of thousands of Dutch tourists travel to Croatia to enjoy atmospheric cities, impressive nature and a heartwarming culture. Croatia was created after the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. Since then, the country has grown into a stable and economically healthy… Read More »

Croatia Sights, UNESCO, Climate and Geography

According to wholevehicles, Croatia is located in southeastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. The country has become a popular summer holiday destination in recent years. The area in and around Croatia has been inhabited for many tens of thousands of years. Several remains of this habitation can be found in the various museums in Croatia.… Read More »

Croatia Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data After the economy contracted by -8.1% in 2020, robust gross domestic product growth of 10.4% was recorded last year. According to European Commission statistics, it was the second largest growth in EU countries after Ireland. The economy thus returned to… Read More »

Croatia Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Croatia From April 1 to October 31, 2010, Russian citizens visiting Croatia for tourism purposes for up to 90 days do not need a visa. When crossing the border, you must have cash with you at the rate of at least 100 euros per person per day in the… Read More »

History in Croatia

The state was formed on the site of three historical lands of the Croatian crown – Croatia proper (or Lesser Croatia), Dalmatia and Slavonia, as well as the former Margraviate of Istria. This small country has a history that spans several millennia and has absorbed various cultures that have replaced one another. And each of… Read More »

Croatia Resorts and Attractions

Croatia is a state in southeastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. Consists of continental and Adriatic parts. Independence was gained in 1991. According to smb, the capital is Zagreb. Currency – Croatian kuna. Kuna, consists of hundreds of lindens. In circulation there are banknotes of 1000, 500, 100, 20, 10, 5 kunas, coins – 1, 2,… Read More »

Croatia History

The Croats, a native population of Iran, settled along Dalmatia, called by the Byzantine emperor Heraclius, in the first half of the 7th century. and soon they converted to Christianity. Since then, the link with Rome has always meant national identification with respect to Muslims and Orthodox Serbs. Recognized around the 9th century. the Frankish… Read More »

How to Get Around Croatia

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, the national carrier Croatia Airlines (OU) offers scheduled flights from Zagreb to Split, Dubrovnik, Pula and Brac. Traveling by car/bus Car: Croatia has a well-developed motorway network. The A2 is a continuous stretch of motorway from Passau via Graz and Maribor to Zagreb, with a connection to the… Read More »

Croatia History

Republic of Croatia is a country located in central Europe that is geographically surrounded by the Pannonian Plain, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean Sea. Its capital, at the same time its main financial, university and commercial center, is Zagreb, with one million residents in its metropolitan area. Croatia borders Slovenia and Hungary to the north, Serbia to the northeast, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the east, and Montenegro to the… Read More »

Croatia Wildlife and Economy

Animals and Plants The coast of Croatia In the places protected from the gusts of the Bora wind, the flora of the Mediterranean flourishes with olive and lemon trees and vines. Two types of scented plants are also common, namely lavender, which grows mainly on the island of Hvar, and the yellow-flowering gorse. This grows… Read More »

Croatia Recent History

Striving for independence After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the beginning of the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990, the aspirations for independence grew stronger. At that time, Yugoslavia consisted of the republics of Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Then there were Kosovo and Vojvodina, two independent provinces… Read More »