- Information for tourists
What to buy in Croatia
constantly having such an important issue as "what to take with them as memories of Croatia?" For ardent shoppers Croatia is not that fittingly place, although you can buy a lot of things of Italian brands. There are some...
Travelling with a Dog to Croatia
Following the international tendency of people travelling with their pets, Croatia is getting more and more prepared to accommodate dogs in the hotels, on the beaches etc. Many people prefer to go to Croatia by car, especially from nearby countries. They
Traditional Food of Croatia
Croatian cuisine is a special part of the country's culture, which, no doubt, is appreciated by true gourmets and amateurs. Almost all the dishes are dazzling in its variety, uniqueness, great taste and original...
Embassies of Croatia
Embassies of Croatia. 1.USA - Washington DC 2343 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington DC, 20008-2803 Tel: 202 588 5899, Fax: 202 588 8937 Website: www.croatiaemb.org
Schedule of shops and banks in Croatia
Most grocery stores are open on weekdays from 8 am till 20 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays - till 14 hours, but in some cities during the weekend large bakeries and supermarkets are open. In the tourist season (June to September) shops are open until...
Emergency phone numbers in Croatia
Fire Department: 93 Ambulance: 94 Directory inquiries : 981
Mentality and culture of Croatia
Public Holidays New Year - January 1 Epiphany - January 6
Airports of Croatia
Island of Brac Airport Address: Brac Airport - Terminal BB - Supertar Distance to centre: 32KM Aircraft capability: Small commercial passenger aircraft, up to 100 seats. Airport code: Online schedule available: No Phone numbers...
Railway stations of Croatia
Croatias domestic train system is relatively limited but offers a safe and comfortable alternative to bus travel. Even though train travel within Croatia is not as extensive as bus travel Croatians are proud of their "high-speed" train...
Ferries of Croatia
Ferries IN Croatia connect the Croatian coast with all inhabited islands. Ferries TO Croatia connect Croatian ports with Italy. (See more about ferries TO Croatia)...
Road taxes of Croatia
A driving licence, traffic licence and the relevant insurance documents (except for countries that have other regulations) are necessary for entry into Croatia with a vehicle....
Bus service of Croatia
Zagreb Bus Terminal ( Autobusni Kolodvor Zagreb) - info website about Bus Terminal in Zagreb with search facilities. Croatian Language only http://www.akz.hr/
Internet Providers of Croatia
Internet penetration in Croatia is the highest of all Balkan countries, on level with Eastern European countries. Different types of connections exist: dial-up, DSL, Satellite, 3G mobile and cable. Broadband is largely available in Croatian cities, but...
Telephone communication of Croatia
Country Code: +385 International Call Prefix: 00 Trunk Prefix: 0
Mobile Operators of Croatia
Mobile phones are very common and popular in Croatia - you'll often see locals with their mobile glued to their ear. A mobile phone in Croatia is called a "mobitel"....
Check-in of Croatian Hotels
In Croatia, as in many European countries, the checking-in in the hotel, a villa or apartment is in the afternoon, while leaving is in the morning (before lunch). This is due to the fact that in high season, you need to clean quickly the rooms and prepar
Service and tippingin Croatia
Tipping in Croatia is becoming more commonplace, especially in upscale restaurants. In the past, tipping was welcome but not expected. Today, an extra 10% or 15% is the norm in upscale establishments and in big cities....
Smoking in Croatia
Croatians have a serious cigarette habit. Figures indicate that some 27% of the population has a puffing problem with the attendant health ramifications (lung cancer, cardiovascular disease etc.). Considering the average salary in Croatia, cigarettes...
Useful information about Croatia
On the territory of the Republic you can drink tap water. When purchasing goods valued at more than 500 kuna, take a tax-free cheque in the shop. By putting a mark on the border of the export of these products, you can return 22% of their value...