Eye surgery in Croatia

Croatia is located in Central Europe, bordering Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, and Bosnia Herzegovina and has a long coastline stretching from the east coast, from Prevlaka in the south to cape Savudrija in the west. Croatia has a natural beauty and plenty to offer the visitor pre and post treatment, with lakes, waterfalls, woods mountains and a magnificent coastline. In the cities, there is a lively café culture that attracts musicians and artists and pavements of cool types sipping endless Espressos, while the Istrian Peninsula has more than a hint of Italy about it.

Croatia has established itself in recent years as a highly regarded country for medical tourists to travel to for treatment. Their doctors study for many years to train and qualify, keeping up to date with the latest approaches.  Surgeries in Croatia specialising in medical tourism, have modern high-tech equipment and friendly, approachable staff.

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