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FAQ

 

HOW MUCH DOES AN APARTMENT COST?

Usually apartment prices vary depending on the neighborhood and size of the apartment. You can find one bedroom apartment for approximately 400€ per month and prices go up from that. In Croatia utilities are not included in the rent and you can count on utilities and internet to add up to 150€/month.

HOW MUCH MONEY DO I NEED MONTHLY?

Usually a couple living on a budget can have nice time in Croatia with 5000kn / month. This would include rent, utilities, food and going out once a week. This budget includes cooking most of the food.

CAN I APPLY FOR A VISA TO STAY FOR A YEAR?

Regular tourist Visas are issued on the period of 90 days. Once you are in Croatia you can apply for temporary residency for up to 12 months. There is also a Digital Nomad Visa but regulations about this type of visa are still not clear.

WHICH ONE IS THE BEST OPTION TO GET A CROATIAN TELEPHONE NUMBER?

This depends on where do you plan to live and what do you plan to use your sim card for mostly. If you are living in any of the cities coverage should be great. If you plan to stay in hinterlands or on one of the islands check out the coverage of the certain telecom company before signing a contract with them. Also some companies offer unlimited internet, some offer unlimited calls. Check out what you plan to use it for and decide accordingly.
Some telecom providers are Hrvatski Telekom, A1, Tele2, Bon Bon, Tomato. 

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO TRAVEL TO CROATIA?

All the time! Croatia has a lot to offer, from the amazing and vibrant Zagreb to the pearl of the adriatic Dubrovnik. Summers are full of life on all of the costs, Winters are magical in Lika and Gorski Kotar. Christmas fair in Zagreb is considered the best one in Europe.

WHAT ARE THE EMERGENCY NUMBERS?

112 - is an emergency number for all of the European union. You can use it for any type of emergency and they will dispatch needed help or assistance.

IS CROATIA PART OF THE SCHENGEN ZONE?

Croatia isn't part of the schengen zone. This means that you can use your 90 days in Croatia and it will not be part of your 90 days in the EU.