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Croatia is one of Europe's fastest growing holiday destinations, attracting more than ten million visitors each year. The former Yugoslav country's main appeal is its warm climate as well as its sandy beaches. If you are planning a break to this stunning part of eastern Europe, Hotels.com is your one-stop shop for great accommodation deals. We have exclusive agreements with some of the best Croatia hotels and can find you the perfect place at the perfect price. Unlike other websites, we will not attempt to wow you with misleading and hype-filled blurbs as we have partnered with TripAdvisor to give our customers a real insight into the quality of the hotels on offer.

What's Croatia Like?

With turquoise waters, stunning sandy and pebble beaches, and many ancient cities to explore, Croatia is a great destination for those looking to try something different from the traditional European holiday hotspots. The country is home to no fewer than eight national parks and has numerous unspoilt areas and islands. Istria in the north-west is ideal for those who normally holiday in Italy as it has strong cultural ties with the country while remaining distinctly Croat. The region's coast has seaside villages reminiscent of Venice, which is just across the Adriatic Sea. The south is a little less tourist-driven and enjoys a Mediterranean climate. The Dalamatia region is where you will find the most historic places with the ancient cities of Split and Dubrovnik both being UNESCO World Heritage sites. Leading attractions in Croatia include: The Diocletian Palace, the Pula Arena, the ancient walls of Dubrovnik and Hvar island.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Croatia

Getting along with the locals in Croatia will certainly make your time in the country memorable, even if their language is quite difficult to pick up. A popular custom across the nation is having 'kava' in the afternoon. Drinking the hot beverage is common in everything from business meetings to family gatherings. If you fancy something a little stronger, many locals make their own 'rakija', which is a liquor containing different fruits. They are usually around 40% proof so you might want to take it easy with them though. Another Croatian tradition is to have the biggest meal of the day at lunchtime so do not be surprised to find portions that are much smaller in the evening than they are at noon. If you need any advice on finding the perfect hotel for your Croatian trip, Hotels.com's advisers are on hand. Our team is fluent in 11 languages and can assist you in finding the high quality accommodation you deserve.

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