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Safe Travel in Croatia

thumb_safe_travel_in_croatiaCroatia is a safe destination for visitors, the bullets have stopped flying years ago. Of course, no journey is not entirely without risk, but Croatia is generally considered a safe country, even safer than most European countries. It does not mean that Croatia is a paradise without sin. Government corruption remains a major problem. Roads connecting Croatia with some European items that facilitate smuggling. Disenchantment of young people encourages selling drugs, despite the high penalties for drug possession. But such issues will not affect your trip.

Street Crime

Typical measures are quite sufficient in Croatia, because street crime is relatively low, and violence is very rare. Foreigners are not the target group for the crime, but also should keep an eye on personal belongings especially at bus and railway stations in larger cities.

Natural disasters

Dubrovnik in the earthquake zone, and soil often trembles. Buildings in the old town look old, but the city authorities were strict in the implementation of modern techniques and stabilization of an ancient culture. But feel free to relax and enjoy the holiday because the present upheavals barely felt. Last big earthquake in Dubrovnik was in 1667.
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