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The best time to visit Croatia is when it is off-tourist season. Which means avoid going there between May and September as every place I will mention in this article will be crowded with tourists. I was there in April and it was still slightly touristy in places like Dubrovnik. The towns along the dalmatian / adriatic coast is absolutely breathtaking. When you pass by these towns you will notice many stone houses with terracotta roofs on top of sea cliffs. Traveling within Croatia is pretty easy as the bus connection is frequent and reliable. Here was my itinerary for Croatia. I spent 14 days (two weeks) in Croatia altogether. But you can customize your itinerary based on your plans. Zagreb – 3 daysPlitvice park – 1 day stop overZadar – 2 daysSplit – 3 daysHvar – 2 dayDubrovnik – 3 days 1. Zagreb If you are coming into Croatia by plane then you most probably land in the capital city of Croatia, Zagreb is still cold in April. Take a rain coat with you as it rains in April. One must thing to do in Zagreb is to go to Museum of broken Relationships. I thought the museum concept