How many days do you need in Croatia?
Spending a week in Croatia is a great choice for most travelers. In seven to 10 days, you can easily explore Dubrovnik, Split, and the Dalmatian Islands, with enough time left over to add another region or national park to the itinerary.
Can you see Croatia in a week?
Since the country is pretty large, one week is barely going to be enough to see everything worth seeing. Especially because every town on the coast is unique, and it has something different to offer. But, here is a rough overview of the best (and my personal favorite) places to spend your week in Croatia.
Is 6 days in Croatia enough?
Six days in Croatia might be a quick trip but it is plenty of time to explore the best of the country. Or, if you don't mind a fast pace and flying open-jaw—thanks to the frequency of international flights to both Zagreb and Dubrovnik, you can start your trip in the north and work your way to the southern coast.
When it comes down to budget, Croatia wins over Italy. The local currency in Croatia is the Kuna and in Italy, it is the Euro. Prices are around twice as high in Italy. Again, this is a bit cheaper in Croatia than it is in Italy.