We hope our FAQ list will assist you in finding the answers to some of the more often asked questions.

1. What currency is used in Croatia?

The monetary unit in Croatia was the Croatian kuna until the end of 2022. From 2023, the official monetary unit is 1 euro = HRK 7.53450.

2. Official language in Croatia

According to the 2001 census, 4.2 million people in Croatia and an undetermined number of persons in other countries speak Croatian, the standard South Slavic language. However, communication won’t be an issue because Zagreb’s citizens speak English fluently.

Cash or credit card?

Since most places accept cards, the optimum response is a mix of the two. However, some markets, cafes, and businesses still accept cash. Still, as cash and cards are accepted as methods of payment, every point of sale needs to take both into account!

4. Where can I exchange money for another currency?

Bus terminals and airports are not the best places to exchange money; instead, official, registered exchange offices outside the city centre should be used. The exchange office located at https://www.mjenjacnica-bozo.com.hr/ is among the ones offering the greatest exchange rate. The bank is a good place to exchange currencies.

5. Tap water quality

When it comes to drinking water availability and richness, Croatia leads all of Europe. With a long-term average of 27,330 m3 per capita, Croatia has the greatest water supply per capita in the EU, ahead of Finland and Sweden, according to data from Eurostat. It is safe to drink and has great quality tap water.

6. What is Zagreb's main square called?

Ban Jelačić Square is Zagreb’s major square. In that square, a number of historical sporting and political events were welcomed. The Croatian national football team was greeted by 550,000 fans on July 16, 2018, the day after they placed second in the 2018 World Cup, undoubtedly one of the most important occasions.

7. Public transport

Public transit in Zagreb is regularly scheduled, extremely well-organized, and runs on time. Public transportation schedules can be found on ZET’s official website, https://www.zet.hr.

8. Wifi availability

The majority of cafes, restaurants, and hotels in Zagreb offer free WiFi. Generally, all you have to do is ask for a password.

9. Zagreb gastronomy

Zagreb is full of restaurants and has a rich gastronomic offer for everyone’s taste. It is recommended to try Zagreb specialties such as Zagreb steak and Zagrebačke štrukle.

10. Adapter compatibility

Participants from nations with voltages between 220 and 240 V, which is the same as Croatia, won’t experience any issues with their electronics.

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