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Zagreb is a city for… Security! Big guide on How To Feel Safe on Your Croatian vacation

If you decide to rest in Croatia, dear guests, you will feel safe and relaxed. Our country – full of mountains, beaches, islands, and parks – is known as tolerant and open to diversity. There is not a lot of crime; ...


Important numbers

Emergency calls: 112 Paramedics: +385 194 Fire Department: +385 193 Police Department: +385 192 Roadside assistance (equivalent of the AA): 1987 (+385 1987 from a foreign mobile phone) Zagreb Airport: +385 (0) 1 62 65 091 (othe...



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National Holidays

List of Croatian National Holidays: 1st January – New Year, 6th January – Epiphany, Easter & Easter Monday, 1st May – International Labour Day, Corpus Christi, 22nd June – Anti-Fascist Struggle Day, 25th June – Cr...


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Short facts about Croatia

Official name: Republic of Croatia Official language: Croatian Alphabet: Latin Currency: Kuna (100 Lipa) Population (last census): 4.784.265 Number of islands: 1.185 (66 inhabited) Capital: Zagreb (nearly 1.5 million inhabitant...



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Croatian Currency – Kuna

Currency in Croatia is Croatian Kuna (KN). Bank notes come in a value of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Kuna. One Kuna has 100 Lipa and coins come in a value of 1, 2 and 5 Kuna and 10, 20 and 50 Lipa. You can cash your trav...