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September in Croatia: Weather and Events

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Stradun, Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik: still great in September




Zagreb is a little cooler

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Whew. The summer madness is over, the weather is still warm but visitors are down to a more manageable level. In short, September is an ideal month to travel to Croatia.

Average September Temperatures (Celsius)

Destination Daytime Nighttime
Zagreb +22 +12
Dubrovnik +25 +17
Split +25 +18
Zadar +25 +16
Rijeka +24 +17
Porec +23 +14
Pula +24 +15
 

Yes, you can still swim off Croatia's beaches. Ferries are still on a summer schedule so it's easy to get around Croatia's islands and organised excursions are still going strong. Zagreb is back in business with clubs & pubs providing plenty of venues to show off the summer tan.

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Zagreb Theatre Festival

Classic, modern and contemporary productions are aired during this festival. A handful of Croatian and European companies exhibit their latest interpretations in a number of venues around Zagreb.

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Avant-garde filmmakers, experimentalists and visual radicals have a chance to shock, outrage, impress, inspire and entertain at this festival in the heart of Split.

Varazdin Baroque Evenings

Varazdin is a city of baroque architecture so naturally it provides a fine showplace for this festival of baroque music that lasts several weeks.

Unknown Festival

The best live acts and DJs migrate to Rovinj for days of concerts followed by boat parties. The festival is currently revamping into something bigger and better in 2016.

Outlook Festival
Held in Pula's Fort Christo, this is one of Europe's best electronic music festivals.

 

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