This new edition of Bradt's Croatia is thoroughly updated toreflect recent changes, especially since Croatia's accession to the EU in 2013.Bradt's Croatia offers the most detailed coverage of all the guides of thecoast and islands, as well as the capital Zagreb and areas further inland. Newfor this edition are: more details of Slavonia, new accommodation options inall price brackets, new restaurants, plus new features on Croatian wines and Game of Thrones locations and tours inDubrovnik. Sitting at the cross-roads of Europe, Croatia offers an unrivalledmix of culture and nature. It continues to seduce visitors with its beautifullypreserved historic towns and cities, magnificent cultural sights, gorgeouscoastline, outstanding national parks and delicious food—not to mention some ofthe clearest waters you are likely to find anywhere in the Mediterranean.
This edition was updated/co-authored by RudolfAbraham, an award-winning travel writer and photographer specialising inCroatia and Eastern Europe. He is the author of Bradt's Istria and he has contributed to orupdated many more titles, including the Bradt guides to Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Transylvania, and several books on art and architecture. His work is publishedwidely in magazines and online. Rudolf first visitedCroatia in the late 1990s, lived in Zagreb for two years, and continues tospend several weeks a year based in Croatia.