Croatia is certainly one of the most popular summer destinations in Europe and is visited by millions of tourists from all over the world every year. Visitors come to admire the natural beauty, clear sea, old ancient cities and excellent food. In 2019, more than 19 million people visited our country, which is almost five times the number of the domestic population. However, what is rarely talked about is how safe Croatia really is. In this blog, we will answer the question of whether Croatia is a safe destination, how to travel during Covid-19
and many other questions. We believe that this article will be very useful to you before you start packing your suitcases and backpacks for your unforgettable vacation in the Mediterranean.
General information about the safety of tourists and local residents in Croatia
Croatia is one of the safest countries in the world, with an extremely low crime rate, good health care, and excellent road infrastructure. According to the "Global Peace Index" for the year 2022, it is ranked at a high fifteenth place in the whole world. In assessing peacefulness, the GPI examines the extent to which countries are involved in ongoing domestic and international conflicts and seeks to assess the level of harmony within a nation. The ten indicators generally assess what could be described as security in society. Their claim is that low crime rates, minimal frequency of terrorist events and violent demonstrations, harmonious relations with neighboring countries and a stable political scene can be indicators of peacefulness. Considering that in every parameter Croatia is high on the safety scale, the majority of visits to Croatia pass without any problems.
However, as in any other country, you must pay attention to some guidelines and laws that can make your life easier and your stay as comfortable as possible.
We will write on some of them.