Tips & Info you may need


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You might need it.

- Useful numbers if you travel to Croatia!

(+385) 112  – emergency number
(+385) 192 – police

(+385) 193 – fire service
(+385) 194 – ambulance
(+385) 195 – search and rescue at the sea
(+385) 1987 – road assistance
(+385) 1 4640 800 – HAK (Croatian automobile club)
(+385) 072 777 777 – HAK traffic flow

- The Croatian kuna is the official currency, but this will change from January 1, 2023. The official currency will then become the euro.

- Various ATMs are available throughout Croatia.

- There are regular bus lines between major cities in the country. Zagreb Bus Station, Split Bus Station, Osijek Bus Station, Rijeka Bus Station, Pula, Zadar Bus Station, Šibenik Bus Station, Dubrovnik Bus Station, Makarska. Bus Station
We recommend that you buy the ticket earlier, on the official website of the carrier, but there are also options for buying at the stations as well as directly with the driver. 

- Train services from several European cities will only take you to few larger cities in Croatia, and tickets can be purchased online ( Croatian Railways), at the station or directly from the driver. It is recommended that you check the timetable on the official website earlier.

- There are 7 international airports in Croatia: Zagreb Airport, Osijek Airport, Pula Airport, Rijeka Airport, Zadar Airport, Split Airport and Dubrovnik Airport. There is also a smaller airport on the island of Brač Airport for charter flights.

- If you have decided to spend your vacation on one of the many Croatian islands, you can reach them from numerous ports by ferry. There are also regular ferry lines with several Italian cities. ( Jadrolinija). 

We hope that these few pieces will make it easier for you to navigate in Croatia. :)

We wish you a safe and peaceful journey.