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Cheap flights to Croatia

DubrovnikSplitZagreb

With more than 1,000 islands and 3,200 kilometres of coastline, Croatia is a country of unparalleled beauty and unlimited sea and sunshine. If you’re thinking of visiting this beautiful country for a city break or beach holiday, you can take flights to stunning Dubrovnik, Split or the capital Zagreb.

Why choose Croatia?

Croatia is known for its natural beauty, tranquil beaches and history and as result it is becoming ever more popular as a holiday destination. Both of the main cities, Dubrovnik and Split are rich in history and you can be sure that your trip will be an ideal mix of culture and plenty of rest and relaxation on the beach. 

Our Top Tip For Croatia

"In Dubrovnik, Croatians only visit restaurants on the coastal or 'flat' side of the Stradun, or Main Street. Mea Culpa Pizzeria and Spaghetteria Toni are particular favourites of mine. Both are great lunch stops, particularly for families on a budget" Ben, Cabin Crew

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Croatia highlights

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, in the far south of Croatia, is by far the country’s most popular visitor destination. Known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, the city boasts a stunning mix of old and new Croatian heritage. One of the most spectacular medieval cities in the world, Dubrovnik is ringed by walls and marked by terracotta roofs and church spires. 

Zagreb

Zagreb, the buzzing capital of Croatia has a great atmosphere and a very authentic feel. Its pedestrian streets, outdoor cafes and parks make it a wonderful place to stroll, while there are plenty of museums and galleries mean there is enough art and aestheticism to keep culture lovers entertained. Visit the Lotrscak tower for incredible 360 degree views of the city.

Split

Split is the second largest city in Croatia. Known for it's beaches and culture, Split is a great destination for some relaxation combined with history.  A perfect destination to explore some of Croatia's most beautiful islands because of it's coastal location.