Passport: To enter Croatia you need a valid identity card or passport depending on international agreement between countries.
Visa: Entry visas for Croatia are issued by the embassies and consulates of the Republic of Croatia. Only in exceptional cases can visas be obtained at the Croatia's international border crossings. Children must be registered in the passport of one of their parents or have their own passport. The loss of the passport or any other identification document must be immediately reported to the nearest police office. They will issue an official notification of the loss in order to enable you to obtain a new travel document.
Customs formalities: There are no customs fees for personal belongings. Foreign currency can be imported and exported freely. Expensive professional and technical equipment should be declared at the border crossing.
From almost all international airports you have scheduled flights to the capital Zagreb, where you can transfer to inland flights.
Željeznička pruga povezuje sve veće hrvatske gradove osim Dubrovnika.
The Croatian coastal towns and cities are served by ferry and ship services. The inhabited islands are linked with the mainland (and some of them also with other islands) by ferry/ship services.