Have you ever been to Canada? If not, it really should be on your ‘go to places’ list. Canada, of course, is much larger than Croatia and has a hugely changing landscape, with lots of interesting cities, towns and countryside to visit. If you make the trip, amazing landscapes, wonderful food and a huge amount of charm and history await you. Canadian culture is fascinating, even though, less than 200 years ago, it was a wilderness.
There can be many reasons for moving to Canada such as tourism, work, or joining family already living there. Before you can sample the joys of traveling here, you need the help of experts like Canada Visa for Croatian Citizen and Slovak Citizen who will happily guide you through the travel documents you need to visit Canada to make your trip hassle-free. Possible.
More and more Croatians and Slovaks are traveling to or visiting Canada. As a Croatian citizen and Slovak citizen, you do not need a ‘visa’, but you will need an eTA. eTA is an electronic travel authorization, an entry document attached to your passport. Without the need for an actual full ‘visa’ and complicated paperwork for Croatians to enter by plane, (Canada is visa-free for EU residents), it’s a much easier process. Although it will be checked electronically at passport control, it is wise to print your ETA and carry it with you just in case. The good news is, it’s valid for a full 5 years or until your passport expires. A big reason why you should visit here more than once is that it is very easy for Slovak citizens to get a Canada visa.
As long as you provide accurate personal details in the online application, Canadian immigration authorities will process it quickly, so you can start planning your trip. Will it be the ‘Canadian Rockies’ to the west, or the bright lights of Toronto to the southeast? If you can spend a little longer than usual on vacation, you will never be bored here!
With a valid eTA, many other countries will also welcome you with open arms. If you decide to plan your route to visit other destinations en route to Canada, you should check the visa requirements for these destinations. For example, if you travel to Canada by boat, sea or coach, you may need other visas or travel authorizations to enter if these destinations are not visa-exempt.
Is it easy to travel from Dubrovnik to Canada?
Unfortunately, there are no direct flights to any destination in Canada, but a flight from Dubrovnik to Canada can take around 11 hours. Toronto is the shortest route at a minimum of 11 and a half hours, but depending on the carrier you choose, it can take up to 16 hours the further east you go. If you are prepared to endure more than 1 stopover, the flight cost can be reduced. Canada has 6 time zones, so be sure to take time changes into account when you plan your trip.