Croatia has 20 counties and one city-county. City of Zagreb, the only city-county, is the largest county by population, while County of Split-Dalmatia is the largest one by total area.
Croats are well known for their love of beer. In general, beer is more popular in the inland, while people on the coast prefer wine.
Which side to drive on, where to get traffic news and updates, are there any unusual traffic regulations? Find out those and many other answers in this detailed guide.
Croatia is famous for its beautiful islands, 1244 of them. The most important ones are reachable by ferries or catamarans. Find out everything you need to know to explore Croatian islands.
Find out more about ferry operators in Croatia.
If you plan to stay in Croatia for a while, buying a Croatian mobile phone number (SIM card) might be a good idea.
Wondering what all those numbers are about? Check out our detailed guide about all of the dialling codes used in Croatia.
If you decide to buy a Croatian mobile number with prepaid service, you might occasionally have to top up your account.
How many mobile operators are there in Croatia, whose service is the best and what carrier is the cheapest? Find out in this article.
According to Census 2011, Croatia has a population of 4,28 million, down from 4,44 in 2001. Zagreb is by far the biggest city, with more than four times more inhabitants than the next city on the list.
Find out more about postal services in Croatia - how to send postcards and letters, where to buy stamps, how long do post offices work etc.
Staying in Croatia only few days? Then roaming is probably a better option than buying a new SIM card.
How roaming works in Croatia, what networks are available, where to top up a mobile phone? Find out those and other answers in this guide.