Tap water is safe to drink in all parts of Croatia!
The electric power supply is 220 V and a frequency of 50 Hz.
The official currency in Croatia is the Kuna (1 Kuna = 100 Lipas). Foreign currency can be exchanged at banks, exchange offices, post offices, travel agencies, hotels and camping grounds. Credit cards (Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Diners) are accepted in almost all hotels, restaurants, shops and ATMs.
1 January− New Year’s Day
6 January− Epiphany
20 April− Easter
21 April− Easter Monday
1 May− International Workers’ Day
19 June− Corpus Christi
22 June− Anti-Fascist Struggle Day
25 June− Statehood Day
5 August− Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day
15 August− Assumption of Mary
8 October– Independence Day
1 November− All Saints’ Day
25-26 December – Christmas Day
There are hospitals and clinics in all larger cities, while first aid clinics and pharmacies can be found in small towns as well.
Foreign tourists who are covered by health insurance in countries with which Croatia has signed a Social Security Agreement do not pay for emergency medical care during a private stay in the Republic of Croatia if they have a contract providing confirmation of their right to health care. Health care (including transport) is used for emergency cases in the manner and according to the regulations valid for Croatian citizens covered by social security, with identical participation in health care costs.
Persons coming from countries with which there is no health care contract or agreement bear all the costs themselves, so it is advisable to opt for travel insurance with a private insurance company.
For more information, please contact the Croatian Health Insurance Fund: +385 1 4806 333