VanessaMy name is Vanessa. I'm a single mom of 2 I love good company, spending time outdoors, staying active
Andrea@anlivajic Hi. I am Andrea. I am 20 years old student from Croatia. I would like to travel whenever I get chance but my friends are not as I am so I am looking for someone to make plan with and actually do it :) . Feel free to ask me whatever you wanna know and let's go !!! 🏻
MonikaHi!, I'm Monika and I'm interested in art, books, cinema, culture, education, food & cuisine, health, history, languages, nightlife, nature, shopping, solo travel, writing and events & social
Can host for 7 daysMy name is Vanessa. I'm a single mom of 2 I love good company, spending time outdoors, staying active
Can host for 3 daysI am a 23 year old student, studying languages and love to travel :) I love nature and horses
Can host for 3 daysHi!, I'm Lucija and I'm interested in animals, books, art, backpacking, camping, culture, dancing, diving, food & cuisine, history, live music, nightlife, photography, nature, sightseeing, swimming, fashion, hiking and rafting
GillI've loved travelling forever, enjoy going solo, but sometimes like to meet people for conversation, drinks, food, hiking....I love to get off the beaten track
Katarzyna✈️Travel Buddy for weekend trips in spring / summer 💖 short trips, doing art, cooking, Afro/elektro festivals, making jazz/blues music , cozy cafés, long walks, kickboxing, salsa dancing, 🏳️🌈 friends
AmberHi, I'm Amber and I'm interested in animals, books, health, shopping and live music
based on 27 experiences
Great trip before Croatia became super popular. Did Split, Makarska and Dubrovnik over 16 days and had the chance to see beaches, forest, nature, old city of Dubrovnik and party! Super cheap, people are nice :)Posted: May 29, 2023Experienced: May, 2016
Croatia was one of the most beautiful countries I have visited. History, culture, nature, amazing beaches, safe, kind people... amazing.Posted: April 11, 2023
I went to Split and Dubrovnik last year, both are beautiful, safe places with friendly locals. There was a straightforward bus that took me between both. Split had some great island hopping off the coast. In Dubrovnik I recommend checking out the cable car, it takes you up to an amazing view with a stunning restaurant at the top called Panorama Restaurant.Posted: April 10, 2023
I visited Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, and Rovinj. I spent three or four days in Dubrovnik before heading up the coast. I spent way too much time in Dubrovnik for me albeit I enjoyed myself. For me the farther north I went the more I enjoyed it. In large part because when I travel I like to be surrounded by locals. Rovinj, on the Istrian peninsula, was by far my favorite.Posted: March 26, 2023
Love Croatia! I flew in/out of Split, went directly from Split to the island of Vis for 2 nights (it was a very long travel day), 2 nights in Hvar, 2 nights in Korcula (loved this island the most, it’s quaint), a few nights in Dubrovnik and then I drove the highway to Plitvice National Park for 2 nightsPosted: March 22, 2023
We spent two weeks there last summer. Our itinerary: Zagreb for 2 nights, Rovijn for 2 nights, Plitvice for 1 night (we had a private guide which is highly recommended. A lot of very interesting information), Šibenik for 2 nights, Split for 2 nights and dropped off the car, Hvar for 3 nights, Dubrovnik for 3 nights and then flew home. We absolutely loved it!Posted: March 22, 2023
I recently returned from my first solo trip to Croatia, and it was an incredible experience. I boarded a small ship, and everyone on board was fantastic; we had an absolute blast. The country itself is stunning, and the locals were all very friendly. One of the highlights of my trip was biking on Mljet, which was an unforgettable experience. Korcula was also breathtaking, and I enjoyed strolling around the city, as well as doing buggy rides. Additionally, I went ziplining in both Split and Krka National Park, which were both thrilling experiences. Overall, I highly recommend visiting Croatia as it offers so many exciting opportunities for adventure and sightseeing.Posted: February 24, 2023
My first solo trip ever was to Croatia, and it turned out to be an amazing experience. I spontaneously decided to go, and I have no regrets. My favorite destinations were Dubrovnik and Hvar, but Split and Korcula were equally charming. While in Split, I highly recommend taking a day trip to visit the stunning KRKA waterfalls and/or the mesmerizing blue caves. Overall, Croatia has so much to offer, and it is an ideal location for a solo adventure.Posted: February 24, 2023
Croatia felt very safe and was rather inexpensive compared to a lot of Europe. Dubrovnik felt safe--walked around it a lot and visited the sites. I am not a club person so I tend to have a late dinner and then go back to the hotel (or eat there) and watch TV--I watch local channels to get a more in-depth feel for the culture.Posted: February 17, 2023
I've been twice in Croatia and found Split very touristic and not so clean while Dubrovnik had more to offer as a city and the streets were clean and nice to walk around. The annoying part was the almost no beach but then I think is worth it to go for a nice getaway to an island.Posted: February 15, 2023
Yes, Croatia is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Croatia is a great destination for solo travelers. The country is generally safe and the people are friendly and welcoming. There are plenty of activities to do and sights to see, and the country is easy to navigate. Plus, there are plenty of hostels and other accommodation options for solo travelers.
Croatia can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. Accommodation can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury resorts, and activities can range from free walking tours to expensive boat trips. In general, Croatia is more affordable than many other European countries, but it is still possible to spend a lot of money if you are not careful.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Croatia. Check with your local embassy or consulate to find out if you need a visa and what the requirements are.
The official currency in Croatia is the euro (EUR). Credit cards are widely accepted in Croatia.
The official language in Croatia is Croatian. English is widely spoken in the major cities and tourist areas.
Croatia has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The best time to visit Croatia is from May to September when the weather is warm and sunny.
Croatia is generally a safe country to visit. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid walking alone at night.
The best time to travel to Croatia depends on what you are looking for. If you are looking for warm weather and lots of sunshine, the best time to visit is from May to September. If you are looking for cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, the best time to visit is from October to April.
Yes, Croatia is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.