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CROATIA TRAVEL GUIDE
What to eatDry-salted ham, crni rizot (squid ink risotto), peka (a meat and vegetable dish cooked in a lidded pot under burning embers), fresh fish, and authentic cuisine served at local konobas (taverns).
What to bring backLicitar (heart-shaped biscuits), embroidered lace and a traditional red Šestine umbrella (part of the country’s folk costume).
Fun FactCroatia’s natural beauty is unparalleled. In fact, 10% of the country is protected, boasting eight national parks, 11 nature parks, over 800 beaches, and over 1,000 islands to explore. Wait, we’ve got more wild stats—Croatia is also home to about 3,000 species: the Dalmatian pelican, Imperial eagle, brown bear, Eurasian lynx, oh my!
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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