Currency & Exchange The basic Croatian currency unit is the Kuna, made up of 100 Lipa. Foreign currency can be exchanged for local money at banks, post offices and exchange offices, according to the valid rates of exchange. International ATMs are available at the airport and various locations throughout town.
Electricity: 220 V, 50 Hz
Health Insurance/Medical Services English speaking medical service is available. Your hotel concierge will be able to assist you.
Time zone Central European time zone (GMT + 1)
Visas / passports You must present a valid passport at border points. Visa requirements are subject to change, please check with Diplomatic missions of the Republic of Croatia abroad or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic Croatia: www.mvp.hr
Note: If you arrive by road from Split, you have to pass through Bosnia-Herzegovina and re-enter Croatia.
Water Tap water is drinkable in all parts of Croatia
City Of Dubrovnik www.dubrovnik.hr
Dubrovnik Tourist Board www.tzdubrovnik.hr
Croatian Tourist Board www.croatia.hr