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Croatia is a safe country to visit; the bullets stopped flying many years ago (see more in Croatian history). No trip is entirely risk-free of course, but Croatia is generally as safe as Europe and North America (if not more so).Do you need a visa for Croatia?
No - A visa is not required for travel to Croatia. A visa is not required for a stay of up to 90 days. Traveler must be in possession of a passport issued in the last 10 years, valid for 6 months beyond stay, and a round-trip airline ticket. A visa may be required if trip purpose is other than basic business meetings.What are the requirements for Croatia?
A valid passport is required for travel to Croatia. EU regulations require that U.S. passport holders have no less than three months' validity when they depart Croatia. U.S. passport holders with less than three months may be denied entry.Can I travel to Croatia?
Croatia is one of the most popular summer destinations in Europe and unless you want to experience the country in the cold winter months then you’ll have to suck it up and visit in tourist season; from mid-May to mid-September.