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Croats welcome all with open arms and hearts!!
by: Doreena Dropuljic' Tompkins

Stay in areas that are largely populated with tourists. This way translation will not be an issue. I had a wonderful time and all seemed to be kind towards us Americans. The younger people tend to be very kind and open to helping the English tourists, they speak the language for the most part too. The older (40-50 yr olds) tend to speak more German than they do English. However, they will do what they can to help you too. Enjoy the Balkans!!!

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by: Tobias

Doreena,

Thanks very much for sharing your experiences.
Great post!

@Aiden: As you can see there are really a lot of Americans in Croatia each year and everyone who talks to me is fascinated by this small but echanting country. And one more thing: Don't be shy. As Doreena wrote - the younger Croatians have no problem with the English language. Tip: A smile is the first gesture and will open most doors (a language that anybody understands) :-)

Thanks again, Doreena

Tobias
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