Croatian routes are mainly to Italy and islands within the Adriatic.
Known as a travel vacation hotspot Croatia maintains some of its authenticity away from the glamour of Dubrovnic and Hvar.
The coastline is over 1500 miles with over 1000 islands to choose from, with small hidden away coves or the glitz and trendy beach spots to decide between.
Inland is much less expensive and ranges from the Dinaric Alps near Bosnia, the northern hills, and the flat plains of Slavonia in the east crossed by major rivers such as the Danube.
Croatia has a moderately warm and rainy climate, with a Mediterranean climate along the coast, with less rain on the outer islands. These also tend to be sunnier but all have 2000 hours of sunshine per year.
Tourism dominates the Croatian economy, most people visiting the Adriatic shoreline but now cultural tourism is available to the medieval cities and summer events.
Zagreb the largest city is inland and has diverse activities.