Talk:Croatia/Archive 2006-2010

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Travel guides advertisement[edit]

Removed from the main page, and copied here for community review. If considered neutral (to my POV it is not), please copy it back. (WT-en) I-am-neuron 12:24, 20 July 2008 (EDT)

Croatia travel guides[edit]

Free Croatia travel guide for mobile phones is available since July 2007. It is called mobiEXPLORE Croatia, available in Flash Lite version (freeware application) and over mobile portal as well. It has rich content about 157 Croatian destinations, interactive city maps with street index, audio guides for major sights and landmarks, up to date weather forecast, news about events, and much more. You can get it from web but it is soon expected to be available via bluetooth transmiters in few larger Croatian cities on Adriatic coast (Split, Zadar, Rijeka...) as well preinstalled on Nokia phones you buy in Croatia. Mostly Nokia mobile phones support this application but it can be used via mobile on any mobile phone. It is more practical than traditional guide books and big city maps. Many useful information can be found on mobiEXPLORE Croatia, such as info about restaurants, shopping, transportation, active tourism, travel agents, nautical marinas, places to go and visit, nightlife,...

Research links[edit]

I'm unclear of the purpose to this section. I would think if people were contributing to the page, they would already have done research. These look like random commercial links.

The following links may assist contributors. -- (WT-en) Huttite 18:55, 7 Jan 2006 (EST)

Linguistic relationships[edit]

is it, or not, the common language today? serbo-croatian i mean? cause in one place, the author said it is not the same, in the next paragraph he\she said "common language of serbs and croats" i am confused.

I believe this should now be resolved. To learn more about the linguistic relationship between Croatian and Serbian, please head over to Wikipedia. For the purposes of Wikivoyage, we use two separate phrasebooks, as the two use different alphabets and have some differences of note to a traveler. --(WT-en) Peter Talk 00:33, 31 October 2007 (EDT)


"There are no vaccination required to enter Croatia." I believe this is not true for the Netherlands. Here they advise Hepatitis A and "Diphteria Tetanus Polio". Maybe change this? (WT-en) Globe-trotter 05:03, 8 August 2009 (EDT)

All those boat charters[edit]

A user has understandably asked why his camping link was deleted (quite correctly as it happens) when all these boat charter companies are listed? He has a point. I would like to see them all gone. A country guide is no place for a Yellow Pages type list of boat chartering companies. You could easily argue that with no addresses, no details, just a PageRank improving back-link, they do not belong anywhere at Wikivoyage. --(WT-en) Burmesedays 10:56, 10 January 2010 (EST)

I agree, should be listed in the city where they are based, if at all. --(WT-en) Stefan (sertmann) talk 11:33, 10 January 2010 (EST)

Cleaning up this guide[edit]

Boat charter companies removed from the article:

  • Acantho - Croatia Charter Holidays [1]
  • Adriatic Classic Nautica [2]
  • Crewed Yacht Charter [4]
  • Cro Yachting [5]
  • Croatia Blue [6]
  • Croatia Yachting Charter [7]
  • Croatia Yachting [8]
  • Croatian Yacht Charter [9]
  • CROsail - Croatian Sailing Experience [10]
  • DalmatiaVacation [11]
  • Vakance charter [13]
  • IzziYachtCharter [15]
  • Navigatio Europae [18]
  • Navis Yacht Charter [19]
  • Istria accommodation [21]
  • Sailing Europe Charter [24]
  • S/Y Cesarica III [26]
  • Yacht Charter Croatia [28]
  • Yacht Charter Dubrovnik [29]
  • Charter in Croatia [31]
  • Gulet Charter Croatia[32]
  • All Yacht Charter in Croatia[34]

Adventure holidays[edit]

A number of organizations run adventure holidays in Croatia:

  • Great Explorations [35] offers cycling tours beginning in Dubrovnik visiting Mljet, Korcula, Hvar and Brac and finishing in Split. Staying in 3&4 star hotels, with private transfers between islands makes this a unique and comfortable way to experience the best of Croatia, actively. Custom trips are also available.
  • Huck Finn Adventures, [36]. Kayaking, bicycling, hiking, diving, sailing in warm unspoiled rivers and lakes, mountains and in the Adriatic sea.
  • Croatia Adventures [37] offers custom designed group travel programs & itineraries in the most attractive destinations for business and leisure trips. As a part of a wide range of destination management services, they provide various activities such as 4x4 offroad, sailing, cultural tours, scuba diving, horseback riding and canyoning.
  • Live aboard Croatia, [38]. Live aboard scuba diving fleet for diving the Adriatic.
  • Fish Croatia, [39] Offers a range of fishing experiences, including island-hopping cruises on the Adriatic and fly-fishing in well-stocked river valleys.

--(WT-en) Burmesedays 11:42, 10 January 2010 (EST)

Other Destinations cleanup[edit]

The Other Destinations section was getting cluttered with small cities and whatnot that didn't belong there. I've removed these, but I don't know much about most of them -- if a more knowledgeable editor thinks any of them are proper entries, please restore them.

(WT-en) D. Guillaime 17:40, 10 January 2010 (EST)

Balkans and Balkan Mountains[edit]

Balkan mountain is not in Croatia! The Dinaric Alps are dominant in Southern Europe (see: and The Balkan mountain range covers Bulgaria and Serbia (see: and ).

Croatia (most of it anyway) is most definitely in the Balkans but not specifically in the Balkan Mountains. It is very clearly stated and explained here. I see no reason why we should not follow that. Not only Wikipedia, but more importantly English-speaking travelers, think of Croatia as a Balkan nation and that is what matters most here. If there are though references to Croatia specifically being the in the Balkan Mountains, then they should be deleted as that is incorrect. --(WT-en) Burmesedays 04:59, 5 February 2010 (EST)