Sorry for the late reply. Sailing in Croatia is phenomenal, I would definitely recommend the following ports / towns based on personal experience:
I would start in Split, make your way to Skr…
Absolutely safe and Croatia has very little crime in the country. I've lived here for many years as a foreigner and we have clients asking the same thing. I've never had an issue personally, or any clients coming by themselves, or with groups or fri…
It's normally a requirement at the departing country before you leave. I personally had issues with this at the airport when leaving Canada, independent of which country I was headed too. If your holidays are enough time away, I suggest…
I would suggest to get out of Podgorica and see the coastline and countryside. Podgorica is not a very attractive town and I have a feeling you will be disappointed. I would suggest the following:
- St. Stefan (although you probably…
The bus is the cheapest means to get there. You may need to pickup a new one in Montenegro. I believe there is also a roundabout way to do it by train, but not completely sure.
Hope this helps.
You're better off checking out this website: http://www.hostels.com/hr.html
They list all the hostels available along with comments from previous guests. You can also try renting an apartment as they are very abundant all over the coun…
I can't tell you you do not need a visa for Croatia. Please reference the following site:
Not sure about Greece or Serbia, but generally if you do need a visa for …
It depends on where you are driving from and entering Croatia. If you come in through the North and have the time, I would just stick with the coastline all the way down. You can get from Istria (Northern Croatia) to Split (Middle of t…
Funny enough, Im a Canadian living in Croatia for business, so know quite a bit about this. The rules are that you can stay for a maximum of 90 days (3 months) within a 180 day (6 months) period. So even if you go to Bosnia for a stam…