Whatever your Croatian to English translation needs, we’ve got it covered!
Here at Libra Translation we provide high-quality Croatian translation services that meet your needs, whether you require a one-page personal certificate or extensive legal documentation translated. We have strong connections both with linguists within Croatia as well as UK nationals that have spent years learning the language, meaning your project will be handled with the utmost professional care and attention.
If this is your first time ordering a translation, please contact our team to find out more about our translation and quality control process and of course to discuss your upcoming requirements.
We can provide certified translations of birth, marriage, and divorce certificates to UKVI standards, as well as school or university diplomas or transcripts. Translations are dispatched by first class post so you won't have to wait. Your certificate will be carefully checked prior to sending to ensure that your visa application or university entry will go as planned.
Looking to reach the Croatian market, or represent a business in Croatia looking to increase sales in an English-speaking country? We can provide excellent marketing and copy that will get results and read like your originals.
Whether you’re corresponding with business partners or looking to have your company or legal documentation translated, we can support you through the process. Contact us to discuss your requirements and to receive a free no-obligation quote.
We can cover medical and insurance reports that you might need translated for an insurance claim or treatment following a hospital visit within the country.
Whether you’ve got a construction project on the go or are working on a tender in Croatia, we provide translations that you can trust. We can also handle multilingual product instructions or technical manuals for your project.
A little about Croatian
Croatian is part of the South Slavic family of languages and has three main dialects spoken within Croatia. There are around 7 million speakers of the language worldwide in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and parts of Italy and Austria. Croatia itself is home to the oldest inhabited European city in the world, Vinkovici, as well as the beautiful Dalmatian coast, which is well worth a visit!