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lily hill

Travelling to Croatia

by lily hill »

My family will be going on a two week trip to  Croatia next month. What's the best thing to do as far as how much money to take with us? Recommendations?

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chichi

RE: Travelling to Croatia

by chichi »

Bring your ATM card, not cash. You'll find ATM machines all over the place. Much safer to travel that way.

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Hershey

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by Hershey »

We just returned from a trip to Croatia and surrounding countries. "Frommer's Croatia" by Karen Torme Olson was extremely helpful in pointing out the great places to visit and stay, along with the associated costs.  Take the time to learn some basic words, and the people will be very helpful to you. Enjoy your trip!

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lauren rebecca

RE: Travelling to Croatia

by lauren rebecca »

Croatia boasts one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline of Europe with many interesting places like Dubrovnik,Hvar, Rovinj, Korcula, Pula Arena, Diocletian's Palace, Euphrasian Basilica. 

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annahana

RE: Travelling to Croatia

by annahana »

You should not bring money in cash. You should bring cards because you can change your money easily. It is quite dangerous if you bring money in cash, a mount of money can be limited to bring

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theodore brooks

RE: Travelling to Croatia

by theodore brooks »

Just returned from 13 days on the Adriatic. It was cold and rained heavily. The storm Cleopatra rained on us in Croatia, (Dubrovnik and Split) Bosnia Herzegovinia and Montenegro and the temperature was in the 20'sfF in Slovenia but despite that, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Lake Bled made my favorites list. I went at this time of year to avoid the hordes of summer and because the rates were lower. Though it was cold and wet, the tour did not disappoint. It's an area of the world that should not be missed.

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kringenwally

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by kringenwally »

How did you spend your days, considering that it gets dark so early? Did you find a way to do or see things or places where that didn't matter? How so?

Thanks.

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theodore brooks

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by theodore brooks »

Time was spent traveling and seeing the sights. It did get dark early there (around 3:30 - 4:00p the sun was setting. The tour I was on managed things very well and we saw the highlights.

 

T. Brooks

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Sunseeker

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by Sunseeker »

How much money it will costs depends on your requirements and your itinerary. It's always good to think out an itinerary first, then try to calculate the approximate prices.

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ekaloci3

RE: Travelling to Croatia

by ekaloci3 »

If you are planning to visit Croatia, plan your trip ahead with this website https://triprabbits.com/en/ It will help you to find out what to visit, where to eat, where to sleep, tips to save money... Croatia is very cheap. I recommend for you to visit Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Rovinj, Split, Zadar, Pula... Croatia has many great places but this are some of them. By!
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