Croatia: Joining the Schengen area on January 1, 2023

Now it is certain: Croatia is from next year a part of the large Schengen area. For tourists, this will eliminate annoying border controls and long lines at passport control. From January 1, Croatia can join the Schengen area without further border controls. This was agreed by the responsible ministers of the total of 26 Schengen countries on December 8...

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Euro introduction in Croatia from 01.01.2023

Croatia vacationers beware: who still has something of the previous national currency Kuna from trips from previous years, should act quickly. Reason: Croatia converts its currency from the kuna to the euro as of January 1, 2023. As the European Consumer Centre Germany explains, can be paid in Croatia because of the currency conversion only up to and including 14...

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Floods - Land under in Croatia, severe flooding

On the Adriatic coast of Croatia there was heavy flooding after rainfall, politicians even speak of a natural disaster with many flooded basements and destruction. The problematic flood situation is exacerbated above all by the current strong blowing Jugo. The news rolled over: on 18.11.2022 Wetter Online reported a severe storm and flash floods in Croatia. After that, there had...

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Kroatien – Törn im Herbst für Genießer

Who sets out in the fall to "experience" Croatia by boat, which may mostly hope for free berths in ports, marinas and at the buoys, the most beautiful anchor bays are now in October and November no longer as crowded as in the summer (main) season, and also at the hot spots of the tourist destinations and in the traditional...

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Restaurant Vojko

Whoever visits ACI Marina Supetarska Draga in the northern part of the island of Rab should not miss to visit Vojko Krišković's restaurant. For more than 30 years, traditional Croatian dishes and excellent regional wines have been served here in an airy, cozy atmosphere. And: yacht owners can store their boats in a company-owned dry marina. If you're cruising in...

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Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatia)

1,154 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 167 countries around the world bring the history of mankind and the planet to life. Nine of them are located in Croatia. SeaHelp introduces them. World Heritage Sites are testimonies of past cultures, material traces of encounters and exchanges, artistic masterpieces and unique natural landscapes. What they have in common is their extraordinary universal...

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Firefighting aircraft in action on the Adriatic coast of Croatia.

In many regions of Europe, it is currently exceptionally hot and dry. At the same time, the risk of forest fires is increasing in these areas; many fires have already broken out. Often, firefighting aircraft are the only "fire departments" that can extinguish fires over impassable terrain - from the air. How do firefighting planes (fireboats) work, and what do...

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