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Important notice for tourists staying in Croatia!

Dear guests,
According to the Law on tourist taxes and the Act on foreigners movement, tourists registration and payment of the sojourn tax are obligatory for national and foreign guests.

Check whether you have been registered!

For the sake of your comfort and of the realization of your rights check whether you have been registered for the whole period of your stay, from arrival to departure date.

Every provider of accommodation services is obliged to register the sojourn of his guests, possess a confirmation of sojourn registration for each guest in any of the commercial accommodation facilities (hotels, apart hotels, tourist settlements, apartments, camps, boarding houses, night lodgings, hostels, private accommodation, marinas etc.) and submit it to the guest, at his/her request.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We wish you a pleasant stay in Croatia.

As of 1 January 2023, the euro (EUR) is the Croatian currency and the sole legal tender in Croatia, replacing the previous kuna. In Croatia, you can easily exchange dollars, pounds or any other value into euros.
The exchange rate of the euro against other world currencies is not fixed, but changes almost every day depending on the market conditions.
The majority of establishments and ATMs will also accept credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners, etc.

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As of 1 January 2023, all land and sea border controls with Slovenia, Hungary, and Italy have been lifted. The borders with Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro became the Schengen Area’s external borders.
At Croatian international airports, Schengen flights arriving in Croatia no longer require passport control / border control. Travellers travelling on flights within the Schengen Area, but originating from third countries, must undergo a Schengen entry border control upon their arrival in the Schengen Area because the authorities at the final destination in the Schengen Area would not be able to distinguish between arriving travellers who boarded at the point of departure and those who joined mid-journey. In addition, travellers must pass the Schengen exit border control when leaving the Schengen Area.
If you are a citizen of a country for which a visa is required, you can check the entry requirements at the nearest Croatian embassy or consulate. If you have a Schengen visa, you will be able to enter Croatia and move freely within the Schengen Area.