Croatia has very wonderful geography. It lies just across Italy, has the Adriatic Sea off its coast, and the eastern Alps nearby. The scenery is nothing but marvelous. The dreamy landscape offers a postcard perfect wedding destination.
Getting married in Croatia is just like marrying in other foreign countries. You will be asked for valid passports, copies of your birth certificates, and other documentations translated into Croatian. You also need to present proof that you have never been married before or at least your previous marriage has been dissolved. You may also need a translator for the wedding ceremonies.
Things to do
Dubrovnik is not called the Pearl of the Adriatic for nothing. It is among the most beautiful cities in Croatia among other heritage sites. The Old City has a lot of restaurants, ice cream shops, wine bars, and boutiques.
The nine hundred year old capital of Croatia has a baroque ambience at its Upper Town and a more modern feel of the Lower Town. In this central region, the Cathedral of the Assumption is among the best place for a church wedding.
Croatians also love excellent wine. The country has about three hundred wine regions that produces the nicest reds and whites. You can pair these wines with the local cuisines mostly made off grilled seafoods, cheese, meatballs, kebabs, and olives.
If you love to see good architecture and a good chunk of history, you can head to the towns of Pula, Porec, and Rovinj. The tall campanile in the harbor of Rovinj is quite colorful and really photogenic. The surroundings of Porec seems like Venice while Pula has a Roman-like coliseum. You can also go to Hum, the smallest town with only 23 people living in it.