Best Croatia Twitters to Follow
In a country not yet infected by the internet at every level, Croatia happens to be well represented on Twitter. Speaking as a late Twitter convert, it’s been an undeniable resource for me since moving to Croatia. The breadth of information is immense covering everything from news to everyday life to things to do and places to see. It’s not just a bunch of pretty pictures, although those are nice too. These 9 Twitter accounts cover it all. Give them a follow.
Croatia Week is by far the best news channel for English speakers in Croatia. They do an awesome job of bubbling up stories to the service that non-Croatian speakers would otherwise miss.
— Croatia Week (@CroatiaWeek) September 4, 2019
CNTB tweets everything Croatia including facts, history, events, photos and cool places to see.
— Croatia Full of life (@Croatia_hr) August 27, 2019
Visit Croatia tweets about events and sights across Croatia. They also have a knack for finding great posts about Croatia from international travel bloggers.
— Visit Croatia (@Visit__Croatia) September 4, 2019
Yup, this one is me. I tweet about everything Croatia from events, things to see and do, news, photos, daily life, news and latest posts.
— Expat in Croatia (@expatincroatia) September 2, 2019
Croatian news and updates in English.
— The Voice of Croatia (@VoiceofCroatia) August 31, 2019
Croatia’s best bits from things to see, stuff to do and dishes to eat.
Shhhh 🤫 pic.twitter.com/OOVrYjNbZA
— Time Out Croatia (@timeoutcroatia) September 4, 2019
Tweets celebrating all things Slavic.
— Slavorum (@Slavorum) September 1, 2019
Connecting Croats from around the world through current events and culture.
Forever A Legend!! pic.twitter.com/KOFN2ysUom
— CroTweets (@CroatianLife) July 29, 2019
News for the Croatian LGBT community.
— CroL (@CroL_Hr) August 21, 2019
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