Travel Documents: To entry into Croatia, European citizens must be in possess of a valid identity card or passport. Also minors must have their own personal identity document. Citizens of other countries outside the European Union must have their passport. For some countries a visa is required for stays longer than 90 days.
Driving License: National driving license.
Car Insurance: European insurance.
For the documents needed to travel to Croatia we always recommend checking the country’s official website.
CROATIA HEALTH INSURANCE, TRAVEL INSURANCE, AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
Health Care: The health services in Croatia are of good quality. Emergency health care is guaranteed to all Croatian citizens and tourists. Despite this is a good idea to buy a travel insurance that covers all medical and health care costs. These insurances have low costs and cover any medical expenses that should support you in your journey abroad.
Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required.
Pharmacies: Pharmacies are called ‘apoteka’. Pharmacies are numerous in major cities and usually at least one is open 24 hours a day.
CROATIA MOBILE PHONES AND INTERNET
Telephones: Croatia Country Dialing Code 00385.
Mobile Telephones: Croatia is covered by the GSM network 900/1800, the coverage of the network in the area is excellent.
Internet: Many local hotels offer free internet, others offer it for a fee, but the spread of internet is vast.
CROATIA POWER PLUGS AND ELECTRIC SOCKETS
Electricity: The electrical mains voltage in Croatia is 230 V, 50 Hz
Electrical plugs and sockets: The power plugs and sockets used in Croatia are those of type C and F. Both power plugs and sockets are like those used in continental Europe.
CROATIA CURRENCY AND BANKS
Money and Banks: The currency of Croatia is the kuna (1 kuna = 100 lipa).
Credit cards are accepted in most shops and hotels.
The offices of the public administration and trade are opened to the public from Monday to Friday from 8,00 am to 4,00 pm. In most towns and tourist centres, on-duty post offices are open on Saturdays and Sundays until 9 p.m. Postage stamps may also be purchased from newspaper and tobacco kiosks.
The climate of Croatia.