Republika Hrvatska (Republic of Croatia)
20 counties and the City of Zagreb
Kuna (Kn or HRK) – Kuna consists of 100 lipa.
Can be exchanged in exchange offices, banks, post offices, travel agencies, hotels and marinas. Travel cheques can only be cashed in banks.
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT
Croatian language and Latin script are used in vocabulary. English language is widely spoken, as well as German and Italian.
- HVB Splitska banka d.d.
- Zagrebacka banka d.d.
- Privredna banka Zagreb d.d. (PBZ)
- Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d. (RBA)
- Credo banka d.d.
- Erste Steiermärkische bank d.d.
- Volksbank d.d.
- Dresdner bank Croatia d.d.
- Hrvatska Poštanska banka d.d.
- Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank d.d.
ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY:
220 V, 50 Hz
Electric plugs mostly have two cylindrical contacts and adapters are available for purchase in larger stores.
CARS’ LICENCE PLATES :
Central European time zone, GMT +01:00
MOBILE PROVIDERS :
VIPnet (091, 092), T-Mobile (098, 099), TELE 2 (095)
INTERNET COUNTRY CODE :
Tourists with European nationality and from other states only need an official identification card or a passport. US citizens must present a passport (it may be expired up to six months). Tourists may remain in Croatia for up to three months. Visas are not required for stays of up to 90 days.
Gas: €0.90 - €1.00; Diesel: €0.75 - €0.90
GDP PER CAPITA (2008):
GDP GROWTH RATE IN 2008:
INCOME FROM TOURISM:
IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS:
- Police – 92
- Fire department - 93
- Ambulance – 94
- Public emergency centre – 985
- Help on the road (HAK) – 987
- Weather forecast and road condition – 060 520 520
- International operator – 901
- International directory enquires – 902
- Telephone numbers – 988
- General information – 981
- Time – 95
- Sending telegraphs by phone – 96