The electric current is 220 volts. To use any electrical appliances, you will need to bring a standard European round two-pin adaptor.

Tipping is not compulsory. If, however, you want to tip because you have received good service, in general 10% will suffice as a general rule for all types of service.

The best time to travel to Croatia is from April to October. Please bear in mind that in July and August the temperature is likely to be over 30 degrees.

No specific requirements.

There are ATMs on every street corner and unless you are travelling to other European points either before or after, there is no requirement to take Euros. The Australian dollar enjoys the highest rate of exchange and is changeable at any bank or money changer anywhere in the country at good rates. The local currency is the Kuna and it is important to note that it is only changeable within Croatia. All Kuna should be changed at either airports or borders before exiting the country.

You should be in possession of a passport valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended stay in Croatia. There is no Visa requirement for Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Herzogovina, and Montenegro for stays up to three months. Any further information please contact our office.