Croatia

Before Croatia became indepenent in 1991, the country was part of the former Yugoslavia. The favourable geographical location of Croatia  makes this country very popular by tourists. They visit the country mainly to enjoy the beautiful coastline and the beautiful islands. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and has 800.000 inhabitants. Other major cities are Split and Rijeka. Since 1 July 2013, Croatia is a member of the European Union. In doing so, the total number of members increased to 28. Zagreb Airport is the busiest airport in the country. Other airports that are used a lot are Split Airport and Dubrovnik Airport.

Practical information:

Time zone: Central European Time +1
Currency: Croatian kuna
National Day: 25 June
Airport: zračna luka

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What are the busiest airports in Croatia?

Airport IATA Passengers
Zagreb Airport ZAG 3,092,047
Split Airport SPU 2,818,176
Dubrovnik Airport DBV 2,323,065
Pula Airport PUY 595,812
Zadar Airport ZAD 589,468

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