From July to August Croatia is overwhelmed by hordes of tourists keen on exploring its vast beauties. This small country of less than 4.5 million people has no trouble drawing a crowd with its jaw-dropping history, the great outdoors, flourishing festival scene and unparalleled natural beauty. However, the jam-packed summer season can be overwhelming for the crowd-phobic. Croatia has a rich offer all year round and visiting in the off season bring sparse crowds, lower accommodation rates and a different perspective on this south-European beauty.
One of the most stunning example of architecture, culture and history in Croatia, this south-Adriatic gem has become one of the top destinations in the world. However, dozens of large cruise ships that ort there every day during the summer season can bring the rush of tourists and ruin everyone’s good time. The old town of Dubrovnik is rather small and even numerous alleys and side streets fail to bring shelter from the crowds lurking around every corner.
The shoulder season in May and September is the best time to visit if you wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist crowds, while still being able to enjoy sunny warm weather. What is more, in May Dubrovnik hosts its own four-day international film festival, enabling visitors to catch a glimpse of famous movie stars.
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