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Under immigration laws of the Republic of Croatia a foreign citizen can stay without residence permit for up to 90 days within any 6 month period. Citizens of EU Member States and other countries with which Croatia has agreement on visas can enter Croatia without obtaining the visa in advance. They have to carry a valid passport or ID card only. Others must obtain the travel visa what can be done in Croatian diplomatic missions and embassies...
 | Read article | Added on: 27 April
There are three ways to obtain Croatian citizenship: by birth on the territory of the Republic of Croatia, by origin, and by naturalization. In the first case person can obtain Croatian citizenship provided that before the filing of the petition he/she had a registered place of residence for a period of not less than five years constantly in Croatia. If both of parents were Croatian citizens at the time of birth a child can obtain Croatian citizenship by origin...
 | Read article | Added on: 25 April
Fazana – one of Croatia cities - lies just opposite the Brijuni Islands, in the vicinity of Pula. It is a small fishery town. A great amount of pine woods and vineyards gather round this place. It serves as a small starting point for ships, mostly for the Brijuni islands. No doubt, the place you must visit is the parish church Kosma. It is well-known for paintings of the artist Ventura...
Julia | Read article | Added on: 17 April
Rovinj is one of the more well-known tourist centers of the middle Istriens and Croatia. Rovinj is a city really worth visiting because of it`s outstanding sightseeings. The most interesting are Rovinj aquarium, Rovinj music scene, Rovinj regattas, hunting and a lot of architect places. Let pay more attention to these sightseeings. For example, The Baroque Balbi's Arch. It is built just next to the Town Museum. It was founded in the latter half of the 17th Century...
Julia | Read article | Added on: 17 April
Mljet island, with an average width of 3 km is 37 km long. It is an Island of great diversity and contrast, and "Mljet" National Park covers his northwestern part with an area of 5.375 ha of protected land and surrounding sea. This area was proclaimed as national park 11 November 1960 and represents the first institutionalized attempt to protect an original ecosystem in the Adriatic...
Ostreuss | Read article | Added on: 17 April