Yacht charter Croatia: Croatia is a country which has been independent since the 25th June 1991. The Yacht charter Croatia area is located in the geographical border region between central and south Eastern Europe. The territory lies east of the Adriatic Sea. The land around the Yacht charter Croatia area Dubrovnik (the southernmost part of the country) has no direct overland link to the rest of the country, as the few kilometres wide sea of Bosnia and Herzegovina lies in between - the Yacht charter Croatia area is thus an exclave of the country. Croatia has around 4.5 million inhabitants. The capital is Zagreb. The currency is the Croatian Kuna.
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Yacht charter Croatia: The main Croatian airports are Zagreb (German Wings), Rijeka (AirBerlin), Split (AirBerlin / germanwings), Dubrovnik (Air Berlin / germanwings), Pula (German Wings) and Zadar (germanwings). The Croatian national airline company (Croatia Airlines) belongs to Star Alliance since 2005.
Yacht charter Croatia: Further inland and north-east of Croatia, the European climate prevails. The average monthly temperatures in the Yacht charter Croatia region in summer lie at 26 degrees and at 2 degrees in winter. The annual rainfall is approximately 750 millimetres in that Yacht charter Croatia area. The weather conditions on the Adriatic coast, however, are much more humid and the climate is Mediterranean. The summers in this Yacht charter Croatia area are mostly sunny and dry (around 30 degrees), while the winters are rainy and warm (around 10 degrees). The annual rainfall in that Yacht charter Croatia region is considerably higher than in inland areas - about 3000 millimetres in the south and 1800 in the northern Adriatic coast.
Yacht charter Croatia: Croatia's total land area of approximately 56,500 square kilometres is roughly twice the size of Brandenburg. The biggest part of Croatia (except Slavonia, and the area north of the Sava near Zagreb), is geographically assigned to the Balkans and south Eastern Europe. In politics, Croatia is assigned to, among others, the institutions of the European Union in the Western Balkans. The shortest distance between Austria and Croatia is a mere 20 kilometres. The total length of Croatia's land borders is 2197 km. 1778 kilometres of it account for the length of the Adriatic coastline (6176 km including islands).
Yacht charter Croatia: Croatia includes a total of 1246 islands in the Yacht charter Croatia area, of which 47 are permanently inhabited. The Yacht charter Croatia region has eight national parks and eleven protected natural parks. A total of 450 sites, of which 79 are special reserves are protected. A total of 5846 square kilometres or ten percent of the mainland area of the Yacht charter Croatia area is protected.
Yes - Pa
No - Ne
Good morning - Dobro jutro
Good day - Dobar dan
Good evening - Dobra Vecer
Good night - Laku noc '
Goodbye - Do videnja
Thank you - Hvala
Please - Molim
Sorry - Oprosti
How are you? - Kako ste?
How's it Going? - Kako si?
Where can I find the nearest supermarket / restaurant? - Gdje mogu nac'i najblizi supermarket / Gdje mogu nac'i najblizi restoran
I need help - Trebam pomoc
I'm in pain - Ja sam u boli
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