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Welcome!

GENERAL INFORMATION

Geographical position:
We send you our best greet- Croatia extends from the furthest
ings and we are looking eastern edges of the Alps in the
forward to your taking an north-west to the Pannonian low-
interest in our country. lands and the banks of the Danube in
the east; its central region is covered
People of all lands love their
by the Dinara mountain range, and
own country, deeming it to its southern parts extend to the coast
be the most beautiful. The of the Adriatic Sea.
Croats call their country “Our
Beautiful Homeland”, words Surface: the mainland covers 56,542
km², and the surface of territorial
taken from the first line of the
waters is 31,067 km².
Croatian national anthem.
The Republic of Croatia is Population:
a European parliamentary 4,437,460 inhabitants; composi-
state and part of European tion of population: the majority of
the population are Croats; national
political and cultural history.
minorities are Serbs, Slovenes, Hun-
By size, it is classified among garians, Bosnians, Italians, Czechs
the middle-sized European and others.
countries, such as Denmark,
Ireland, the Slovak Republic, System of government:
Multi-party parliamentary republic.
or Switzerland.
Croatia is a land of open Capital:
frontiers and clear-cut Cus- Zagreb (779,145 inhabitants), the
toms formalities. It is also a economic, traffic, cultural and aca-
country of concord, and one demic centre of the country.
that is respectful towards
Coastline:
its guests. The Croats strive 5,835 km of which 4,058 km com-
to make “Our Beautiful prise a coastline of islands, solitary
Homeland” equally beautiful rocks and reefs.
to all who visit it, ensuring
Number of islands, solitary rocks
that they take with them the
and reefs:
finest souvenirs of their stay, 1,185; the largest islands are Cres
beautiful memories, when and Krk; there are 50 inhabited
they leave. islands.

Welcome to Croatia!
Highest peak:
Dinara: 1,831 m above sea level.

Climate:
There are two climate zones; a tem-
perate continental climate, locally
also a mountainous climate, prevails USEFUL INFORMATION
in the interior, whereas a pleasant
Mediterranean climate prevails Travel documents:
along the Adriatic coast, with an A valid passport or some other identi-
overwhelming number of sunny fication document recognised by
days, dry and hot summers, mild and international agreement; for certain
humid winters; average tempera- countries a personal identity card
ture in the hinterland: January: 0 to is sufficient (i.e. a document which
2°C; August: 19 to 23°C; average testifies to the identity and citizen-
temperature at the seaside: January: ship of the bearer).
6 to 11°C; August: 21 to 27 °C; the Information: Diplomatic missions
temperature is about 12°C in winter, and consular offices of the Republic
and 25°C in summer. of Croatia abroad or the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and European Inte-
Currency: gration of the Republic of Croatia.
kuna (1 kuna = 100 lipa). Foreign Tel: +385 1 4569 964; E-mail:
currency can be exchanged in banks, stranci@mvp.hr; www.mvp.hr
exchange offices, post offices, travel
agencies, hotels, camps, marinas; Review of the visa system.
cheques can be cashed in banks.
Customs regulations:
Credit cards: Customs regulations of the Republic
Hotels accept all major credit cards of Croatia are harmonised with the
(Eurocard/Mastercard, American standards of E.U. member states,
Express, Diners, Visa). but the value of objects of non-com-
Most restaurants, shops and marinas mercial character for personal use al-
accept Eurocard/Mastercard, Ameri- lowed to be brought into the country
can Express, Diners, and Visa. without tax duty or PDV (VAT) is
Accessing cash from ATMs is pos- limited to 300 HRK.
sible in almost all towns, cities and The permitted amount of meat and
tourist centres; almost all ATMs milk products which can be brought
accept Eurocard/Mastercard, Diners, in without special veterinary inspec-
American Express, and Visa. tion, as well as honey, is limited to
1 kg, while the amount of wine is
limited to 5 liters.
Foreign currency may be freely
taken in and out of the country; local
currency up to an amount of 15, 000
kuna, but any amount brought in our
taken out of the country (whether for-
eign currency or kuna) in an amount
exceeding a value of 40,000 HRK,
must be declared to the customs
officers.
More valuable professional and tech-
nical equipment must be declared
at the border. A non-resident can
freely bring in and take out cheques Information: Customs Administration,
in HRK. Republic of Croatia. Tel: +385 1 6102
Refund of tax when leaving the 333 www.carina.hr
country is made to foreign nationals
for individual goods purchased in Veterinary services:
Croatia for amounts in excess of 500 There is a network of veterinary clin-
Kuna, on presentation of a “Tax- ics and centres in Croatia.
cheque” form. This form is provided Information: E-mail:
on request by a sales assistant, when veterinarstvo@zg.t-com.hr
items are purchased. www.veterinarstvo.hr

Pets (dogs, cats and animals of the Health services


marten family) which are either trav- There are hospitals and clinics located
elling through the Republic of Croa- in all the larger towns and cities, while
tia in the company of their owners, smaller centres have dispensaries and
or which are staying in the country chemist’s.
on a temporary basis, must, prior to Foreign visitors are not obliged to pay
entering the country, be fitted with a for medical services if a convention
microchip or be clearly and legibly on Social Security has been signed
tattooed with a number prior to being between Croatia and visitors’ country
entered in the international certificate of origin. Health care (including
issued in accordance with legislation transport) is used for emergency
valid in the Republic of Croatia. cases in the manner and according to
After the first vaccination against regulations valid for Croatian citizens
rabies carried out at the age of three covered by Social Security. Persons
months, animals must be vaccinated coming from countries with which no
at least six months and no more such convention has been signed bear
than one year prior to undertak- the costs of health services rendered
ing the journey, and in the case of personally.
subsequent vaccinations (boosters) For patients in a life-threatening
the period between vaccination and situation, emergency air transport (he-
the journey undertaken shall not be licopter) and sea transport is available
greater than one year. (speedboat).
No import into, or temporary
residence in, the Republic of Croatia Public holidays
shall be permitted in the case of pos- 1 January - New Year’s Day;
sibly dangerous dogs of the terrier 6 January – Epiphany;
breed, which have not been entered Easter Sunday & Easter Monday;
in the register of the International 1 May - Labour Day;
Kennel Club (FCI) (pit bull terriers) Corpus Christi;
or their cross-breeds. 22 June - Anti-Fascist Resistance Day;
25 June - Statehood Day;
Power supply
220 V, 50 Hz
Our UK guests should note that
power outlets in Croatia are the
Continental two-pin type and that a
socket adapter is therefore required.
5 August - Victory Day and National
Thanksgiving Day; Tap water is potable in all parts of
15 August - Assumption Day; Croatia.
8 October - Independence Day;
1 November - All Saints’ Day; Environmental protection:
25-26 December - Christmas Protection of biodiversity complies
Holidays with valid E.U. regulations. As re-
gards bathing, the sea at the Croatian
Shops and public services working Adriatic is of high quality, again
hours according to E.U. criteria.
Most shops are open from 8 a.m. In case of pollution on land or at sea,
until 8 p.m. on weekdays and until 2 please advise the Centre 112 at Tel.
or 3 p.m. on Saturdays. Some shops 112, or e-mail address dc112@duzs.
work a split-shift system: from 8 hr, which is included in the network
a.m. to 12 p.m., and again from 4 of international organizations of the
p.m. to 8 p.m. Many shops stay open same level.
until 10 p.m., even on Sundays, For additional information regard-
especially in summer, while certain ing the environment please contact
shops in the larger cities are open for the Ministry of Environmental
business 24 hours a day. Protection, Physical Planning and
Public services and business offices Construction, Administration for the
work from 8 a.m. until Protection of the Environment, Tel:
4 p.m., Mondays to Fridays. +385 1/3782-111, e-mail address:
zastita.okolisa@mzopu.hr
Post and telecommunications www.mzopu.hr
Post offices are open from 7 a.m. to
7 p.m. on weekdays, in smaller cen- Fire prevention
tres from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.; some Check that you have undertaken all
offices work a split shift. In most the necessary measures to prevent
towns and tourist centres, on-duty fire!
post offices are open on Saturdays Do not throw burning objects or
and Sundays until 9 p.m. inflammable objects into the environ-
Postage stamps may also be pur- ment!
chased from newspaper and tobacco If you notice a fire, please alert other
kiosks persons in your surroundings; imme-
Phone cards are used in all public diately inform the fire service on tele-
telephones and may be purchased phone number 93
from post offices and from newspa- or 112; attempt
per and tobacco kiosks. International to extinguish
calls may be made directly from the fire before
public telephones. the arrival of the
www.posta.hr fire brigade, but
do not place yourself or others in in Croatian, English, German and
danger! Italian.
Observe the signs forbidding the
lighting of fires! Radio news in foreign languages
Take care that your parked vehicles during the tourist season
do not obstruct fire-fighting ap- Croatian Radio broadcasts on several
proaches and access roads. frequencies programmes in foreign
languages designed for tourists
Search and rescue in Croatia. A daily programme is
In the event of accident on land or at broadcast at 20.05h on channel one,
sea, call 112 (number for all emer- in English in a duration of up to 10
gency situations), or 9155 (National min. On channel two of Croatian Ra-
Centre for search and rescue at sea). dio, along with regular news, HAK
provides reports on road conditions
Important telephone numbers: in English, German and Italian and,
International country code for Croa- several times each day, information
tia: +385 for sailors.
Police: 92 In the summer season, channel two
Fire Brigade: 93 of Croatian Radio (98.5 Mhz), also
Ambulance: 94 broadcasts every hour on the hour,
Roadside vehicle assistance: 987 news and reports on the condition
(when calling from abroad or by of the roads are broadcast directly
mobile phone, call +385 1 987) from the studios of: the Third Pro-
National Search and Rescue Centre: gramme of Bavarian Radio, the Third
9155. Programme of Austrian Radio, RAI
A single countrywide number for all Uno and British Virgin Radio, Radio
emergency situations: 112 Prague and the International pro-
General information: 981 gramme of Croatian Radio – Voice
Information local and intercity of Croatia. Once each day during the
numbers: 988 summer reporters of Radio Prague
Information international numbers: inform their compatriots via regional
902 radio stations: Radio Split, Radio
Weather forecast and road condi- Dubrovnik and Radio Rijeka.
tions: 060 520 520
CROATIA BY CAR
Croatian Automobile Club (HAK):
+385 1 46 40 800 Documents:
Internet: www.hak.hr; To enter Croatia, a driver’s licence,
e-mail: info@hak.hr an automobile registration card and
vehicle insurance documents (includ-
CROATIAN ANGELS a single ing Green Card) are required.
telephone number throughout Croatia
from which tourist information can
be obtained:
062 999 999.
If calling from abroad, dial
+385 62 999 999.
This information service is available
Permitted speeds: Highway toll charges:
50 km/h - within Motorways: Zagreb-Bosiljevo-
built-up areas Zadar-Šibenik-Dugopolje (Split);
90 km/h - outside Zaprešić-Krapina; Zagreb-Bregana;
built-up areas Zagreb-Slavonski Brod-Županja-
110 km/h - on Bajakovo; Zagreb-Varaždin-Goričan
major motor routes designed exclu- and Rijeka-Rupa
sively for motor vehicles and high
speed roads Three-lane two-way roads:
130 km/h - on motorways Bosiljevo-Rijeka; Istrian Y toll
80 km/h - for motor vehicles with a charge Tunnel Učka and Mirna,
caravan trailer Krčki most (Krk bridge).
80 km/h - for buses and buses with a Information: www.hak.hr, www.hac.
light trailer hr, www.bina-istra.hr, www.arz.hr

Rain: Please adjust speed to condi- Basic obligations in case of traffic


tions on wet roads. accident
Driving with headlights is obligatory First inform the police about the
both day and night. traffic accident (Tel: 92) in the event
of a traffic accident which results in
Mobile phones: Use of mobile tele- minor material damage such notifica-
phones while driving is forbidden! tion is not obligatory. Secure the site
of the accident (set up a triangle) and
Use of seat belts is obligatory. undertake measures for elimination
of fresh possible dangers. Wait for
A reflective sleeveless jacket is an the arrival of the police. In the event
obligatory part of each vehicle’s of any damage to the vehicle, you
emergency equipment. must obtain a police report on the
damage to the vehicle, without which
Petrol stations you cannot re-cross the state border.
Open from 7 a.m. until 7 or 8 p.m. Should you require vehicle repair
every day; in the summer season, services, or your vehicle needs tow-
until 10 p.m. ing, call Road Assistance, on 987. If
On-duty petrol stations in the larger calling from abroad, telephone +385
cities and on main international 1 987.
routes are open 24 hours a day.
All petrol stations sell Eurosuper 95, How to avoid traffic jams
Super 95, Super 98, Super plus 98, To avoid unnecessary prolongation of
Normal and Euro Diesel fuel, and your journey and becoming involved
in major cities, and at fuel stations in traffic jams, you are advised to:
along highways gas is also available. -plan your trip by using the traffic
For information on prices of petrol organiser in which the days and
and on the list of centres selling gas: directions of the highest expected
www.ina.hr www. densities of traffic are stated,
omvistrabenz. -check on the conditions on the roads
hr; www.tifon.hr; and ferries at HAK (HAK Informa-
www.hak.hr tion Centre: +385 1 4640 800) or on
the Second Programme of Croatian
its passengers to reach destinations
throughout the world.

Information and purchase of air


tickets: www.croatiaairlines.com
Information and reservations:
Radio (98.5 Mhz) before starting +385 1 4872 727; 062 77 77 77
your trip.
Other airline companies flying
BY AIR within Croatia:
Aeroflot, Air France, Alitalia, Aus-
International airports trian Airlines, ČSA, Lufthansa, LOT,
Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Ri- Malev, Germanwings, Scandinavian
jeka, Zadar and Osijek. Only smaller Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Air Bosna,
aircraft can land on Brač and Lošinj. Air One, British Airways, Hapag
Information: Zagreb +385 1 6265 Lloyd, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP,
222; Split +385 21 203 506; Wizz Air, Estonian Air, EasyJet,
Dubrovnik +385 20 773 377; Pula Skyeurope, Aer Lingus, Air Adriatic,
+385 52 530 105; Rijeka +385 51 Trade Air / Sun Adria, Dubrovnik
842 132; Zadar +385 23 313 311; Airlines, Adria airways, FERAS,
Osijek +385 31 514 441, +385 31 Nouvelai Tunisie.
514 442; Brač +385 21 559 711;
Lošinj +385 51 231 666 BY SEA

Sports air fields: Varaždin, Pri- International car-ferry services:


bislavec (Čakovec), Koprivnica, Zadar-Ancona; Korčula-Stari Grad/
Lučko (Zagreb), Slavonski Brod, Hvar-Split-Ancona; Split-Ancona;
Čepin (Osijek), Vrsar, Grobnik Split-Stari Grad/Hvar-Pescara; Du-
(Rijeka), Otočac, Stari Grad (Hvar) brovnik-Bari; Split-Pescara, Rijeka
and Sinj. – Split – Stari Grad/Hvar – Korčula
– Sobra/Mljet – Dubrovnik – Bari.
Croatia Airlines: In addition to ferry lines, interna-
The national airline company, tional high-speed shipping lines are
regional member of the airlines as- also maintained.
sociation Star Alliance, links Croatia
by direct flights with a range of Car-ferry services along the coast:
European destinations: Amsterdam, Rijeka-Split-Stari Grad/Hvar-
Vienna, Brussels, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Korčula- Dubrovnik.
London, Munich, Paris, Prague,
Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tel Aviv, Local car-ferry services connect-
Zurich, Lisbon and Mostar. In the ing the following islands with the
high season the Croatian coast is mainland: Cres, Lošinj, Rab, Pag,
served by air links with additional Ugljan, Pašman,
destinations in Germany, Austria, Olib, Silba, Pre-
France, Italy, The Netherlands, muda, Rivanj, Ist,
Great Britain and other destinations Molat, Sestrunj,
in Europe. In cooperation with its Žirje, Zverinac,
partners, Croatian Airlines enables Rava, Zlarin,
Dugi otok, Iž, Šolta, Brač, Hvar,
Vis, the Pelješac Peninsula, Korčula,
Lastovo, Mljet. Local ship and high-
speed shipping lines connect other
inhabited islands on which there is
no car traffic.
Other shipping companies:
High-speed shipping lines links Rapska plovidba, d.d.;
with the mainland or between the (www.rapska-plovidba.hr)
islands Lošinjska plovidba brodarstvo, d.d.:
Rijeka aquatorium: Lošinj, Susak, (www.losinjska-plovidba.hr)
Unije, Cres, Ilovik, Pag, Rab. Mediteranska plovidba d.d.: (www.
Zadar aquatorium: Ist, Molat, Dugi korcula.net / How to get to the
otok, Zverinac, Sestrunj, Rivanj, island)
Olib, Silba, Premuda, Iž, Rava Split tours: (www.splittours.hr)
Split aquatorium: Brač, Hvar, Šolta, SNAV: (www.snav.it)
Lastovo, Korčula, Vis Adriatica: (www.adriatica.it)
Dubrovnik aquatorium: Mljet, Šipan Miatours: (www.miatours.hr)
The following islands are linked ei- Venezia lines: www.venezialines.com
ther to the mainland or to each other G&V line: (www.dubrovnik4u.
by regular shipping lines: com/garbin)
Rijeka area: Lošinj, Srakane, Unije, Ivante d.o.o: (www.ivante.hr)
Ilovik, Susak. Alpex: (www.alpex.hr)
Zadar area: Dugi otok, Iž, Rava, Kapetan Luka: (www.krilo.hr)
Vrgada
Šibenik area: Prvić, Zlarin, Žirje, Customs: Branch offices control-
Kaprije, Krapanj ling the entry of foreign vessels into
Split area: Drvenik Veli and Mali, Croatian territorial waters are:
Biševo Permanent: Umag, Poreč, Rovinj,
Dubrovnik area: Šipan, Lopud, Pula, Raša (Bršica), Rijeka, Mali
Koločep. Lošinj, Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Ploče,
Korčula, Dubrovnik, Vela Luka,
Jadrolinija: Ubli.
The main Croatian ship passenger During the summer season: ACI Ma-
carrier maintains the majority of rina Umag, Novigrad, Sali, Božava,
regular, international and domes- Primošten, Ravni Žakan, Hvar, Stari
tic car-ferry, ship and high-speed Grad (Hvar), Vis, Komiža, Cavtat.
shipping lines. Its head office is in
Rijeka. SAILING IN THE REPUBLIC
Tel: +385 51 666 111 and 666 100, OF CROATIA
www.jadrolinija.hr
The skipper of a vessel entering the
territorial waters of the Republic of
Croatia by sea is obliged to take the
shortest route to the nearest port open
to international traffic, in order to
perform border control formalities, to
obtain the relevant official vignette
(sticker) and for verification of crew Fee for safety of sailing
members at the Harbour Master’s Fee for using facilities ensuring
Office, or branch office. safety of sailing (lighthouses, buoys,
etc.)
The skipper of a vessel which is Fee for maritime information chart
brought into Croatia by road, or Administrative fee.
which is moored in a port or in some
other approved location within the REGISTRATION OF PER-
Republic of Croatia, is obliged to SONS ABOARD A VESSEL
obtain the official vignette (sticker)
and to verify the list of crew mem- The list of crew and passengers
bers, in the Harbour Master’s Office, includes crew members and pas-
or a branch office, prior to setting sengers who are on the vessel, and
out to sea. is approved in the Harbour Master’s
The official vignette (sticker) is not Office or branch office. All vessels
obligatory for a vessel the length of entering Croatia by sea must main-
which is less than 2.5 metres, or with tain a list of crew and passengers.
a total driving power of less than 5 If the skipper of a vessel does not
KW. intend to change crew and/or pas-
The official vignette (sticker) must sengers, he does not need to further
be displayed in a visible location on report to the Harbour Master’s Office
the vessel, and its period of validity or branch office. In Croatia, the
is one year from the date of issue. skipper of a vessel can disembark his
crew and /or passengers with whom
A vessel sailing into the Republic he arrived from abroad, and take
of Croatia must carry the following on a new crew and/or passengers,
original documents: but in which case he is obliged to
The official vignette (sticker) disembark such persons outside the
Verified list of crew and passengers Republic of Croatia, or to compile
Verified list of persons staying a List of Persons. All changes in the
aboard the vessel (when the same List of crew and passengers must
persons are embarking/disembarking be reported to the Harbour Master’s
at Croatian ports) Office or its branch office, and which
Proof of seaworthiness of the vessel must be approved by the same.
Proof that the skipper of the vessel Vessels arriving to the Republic of
is able and qualified to command the Croatia by land, or wintering here,
vessel and which do not have the facilities
Proof of third party insurance (for for extended stay of persons aboard
vessels with a driving power exceed- (i.e. vessels without berths) do not
ing 15 KW) need to maintain a List of crew
Proof of ownership, or the owner’s and passengers. Such vessels must
authorisation to use the vessel. maintain only a Passenger List. The
By obtaining the official vignette skipper of a vessel arriving to Croatia
(sticker) the by sea is obliged to obtain such a List
following from the Harbour Master’s Office,
dues will or its branch office, in the event that
have been the same persons are being taken on
settled: board and disembarked in Croatian
TRAVEL ORGANISER
JUNE JULY AUGUST
7 a.m.- 2 p.m.- 7 a.m.- 2 p.m.- 7 a.m.- 2 p.m.-
Day 2 p.m. 10 p.m.
Day 2 p.m. 10 p.m.
Day 2 p.m. 10 p.m.

1 1 1
2 2 2
3 3 3 EXPECTED TRAFFIC
4 4 4
5 5 5
6 6 6
7 7 7 Minimal traffic
8 8 8
9 9 9
10 10 10 Increased traffic
11 11 11
12 12 12
13 13 13 Heavy traffic
14 14 14
15 15 15
16 16 16 Extremely heavy traffic
17 17 17
18 18 18
19 19 19 DIRECTION OF TRAFFIC
20 20 20
21 21 21
22 22 22
23 23 23 Invariable traffic
24 24 24
25 25 25
26 26 26 Dominant direction of
27 27 27 traffic towards the sea

28 28 28
29 29 29
30 30 30 Dominant direction of
31 31 traffic from the sea
ports. The Passenger List can be (Montenegro), Macedonia, Greece,
obtained immediately after obtaining Bulgaria, Roumania, Slovakia, Czech
the official vignette (sticker), or later Reopublic, Ukraine and Russia. With
on when new passengers are being almost all other European countries
taken on board the vessel, but at the there are transfer
latest before the vessel leaves the connections.
port.
In the event that new names are Eurocity, Intercity and Euronight
added to the Passenger List, such trains:
List must be registered with the Har- EC “Mimara”: Zagreb - Munich-Vil-
bour Master’s Office, or its branch lach-Munich- Zagreb
office, with each such change. The EC “Agram”: Zagreb-Salzburg-Za-
Passenger List is to be approved by greb
vignette counterfoil. EC “Zagreb”: Zagreb-Vienna-Zagreb
The total number of persons listed in EC “Croatia”: Zagreb-Vienna-Zagreb
the Passenger List cannot exceed the IC “Sava”: Belgrade-Zagreb-Villach-
double capacity of the unit capacity Munich-Belgrade
of the vessel, multiplied by 30%. IC “Goldoni”: Budapest-Zagreb-Ven-
The capacity of a vessel is de- ice-Budapest
termined according to a vessel’s EN “Venezia”: (Temesvár, Bucha-
documents. In the event that those rest) Budapest-Zagreb-Venice-Bu-
documents do not contain such data, dapest
capacity is determined accord-
ing to the Book of Rules for Boats Fast trains:
and Yachts and the Book of Rules “Lisinski”: Zagreb-Munchen-Zagreb
regulating the statutory certification “Maestral”: Zagreb-Budapest (Kiev,
of boats and yachts. Moscow) -Zagreb
Children below the age of 12 need B: Belgrade-Zagreb-Zurich-Belgrade
not be entered into the Passenger List B: Zagreb-Sarajevo-Ploče-Zagreb
and are not included in the number “Olympus”: Ljubljana-Zagreb-Bel-
of persons who can embark a given grade (Sophia) - Skopje -Solun-Lju-
vessel; the same applies to profes- bljana
sional crew members. Nikola Tesla: Zagreb-Belgrade-Za-
Persons staying aboard a vessel greb
while it is in port or at anchorage are B: Sarajevo-Osijek-Budapest-Sa-
not entered into the Passenger List. rajevo
B: Rijeka-Ljubljana (Vienna)-Rijeka
BY RAIL B: Split-Zagreb-Bratislava-Brno-
Prague-Split (22/6/2207 – 8/9/2007)
Croatia has direct connections with
Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Information: 060 333 444;
Switzerland, Germany, Bosnia and Web: www.hznet.hr;
Herzegovina, Serbia and Crna Gora E-mail: informacije@hznet.hr
BY BUS INFORMATION OF
SPECIAL INTEREST
Regular international bus lines
connect Croatia with neighbouring Important cultural events - 2007
countries and the majority of Central DUBROVNIK: Dubrovnik Summer
European and West European Festival: 10 July - 25 August
countries. ĐAKOVO: Đakovo Festival of Folk-
Information service for calls from lore Life: 29 June - 9 July
Croatia available on: 060 313 333; MOTOVUN: Motovun Film Festival:
Information service for calls from July-August
outside Croatia: +385 1 611 2789 OMIŠ: Festival of Dalmatian close-
International traffic (ticket office): harmony singing groups (Klapa): 6
+385 1 600 8631; +385 1 611 2789. – 28 July
Domestic traffic (ticket offices): OSOR: Osor Music Evenings: July
+385 1 600 8620 14
Zagreb: www.akz.hr on the follow- POREČ: Concerts of classical music
ing web pages of bus companies in the Euphrasius’ Basilica: every
(partners): Friday throughout the summer
-Autotrans Rijeka season; Jazz in the Lapidarium every
-Ap Varaždin Wednesday; Poreč Annale - August
-Samoborček Samobor PULA: Pula Film Festival of
-Čazmatrans Čazma Croatian and European Film: July;
-Contuz Zadar HISTRIA Festival, July – August
-App Požega RAB: Rabska fjera – 25-27 July; Rab
-Panturist Osijek Chivalric Tournament – during sum-
-Autobusni kolodvor (bus terminal) mer months
Split (Zagreb: www.akz.hr) RIJEKA: Rijeka Carnival: 17 Janu-
E-mail: akz@akz.hr ary – 21 February; Summer Nights of
Rijeka: www.autotrans.hr Rijeka, June – July; Fiumanka – the
Split: www.ak-split.hr International Sailing Regatta - June
SINJ: Alka Tournament: 5 August
TAXI AND RENT-A-CAR SPLIT: Summer Festival: 14 July
- 14 August
Taxi service exists in all towns and ŠIBENIK: International Children’s
tourist resorts Festival: 23 June – 7 July; Evening
Car rental service exists in all towns, of Dalmatian chanson - August
tourist resorts and at airports. VARAŽDIN: “Špancirfest” – Street
Strollers’ Festival: 24 August – 2
September; Varaždin Baroque Eve-
nings: September - October
VINKOVCI: Vinkovci Autumns
- September
LEGEND:
motorways and three-lane-two-way roads
tolled facilities (tunnel,bridge)
other main roads
national parks
parks of nature
international border crossings
petrol stations (0-24)
airports
ferry routes
ZADAR: Music Evenings in the Karlovac - City museum
church of St Donat: July-August; Za- Klanjec: Gallery of the sculptor
dar Summer of Theatre - July; Night Antun Augustinčić, Franciscan
of the Full Moon – Festival of Zadar monastery
region customs - 30 July Krapina - Museum of Evolution
ZAGREB: International Garden and the archaeological locality of
Show “Floraart”: first week in June; primeval man - the Hušnjakovo Site,
International Festival of New Theatre Ljudevit Gaj Museum
(EUROKAZ): end of June; Interna- Kumrovec - The Old Village - a
tional Folklore Festival: 18 - 22 July; unique ethno-museum, with original
Zagreb Baroque Festival: throughout village dwellings; the birthplace and
July; Promenade Concerts at Zrinje- family home of the late J.B. Tito
vac, 21 April – 29 September; World Makarska - Malacological Museum
Table Tennis Championship, 21 – 27 (collection of shells), City museum
May; FISA – World Rowing Regatta, Našice - Regional museum located in
6 – 9 September the Pejačević manor house.
Osijek - Museum of Slavonia; Gal-
Major museums: lery of Fine Arts
Čakovec - Međimurje Museum Pula - Archaeological Museum,
Dubrovnik - Ethnographic Museum Historical Museum of Istria
- Rupe, Dubrovnik Ducal Palace Rijeka – Maritime and historical
Museum, Dominican Monastery museum of the Croatian Littoral,
Museum, City Walls, Maritime Mu- Museum of Natural Sciences
seum, Cathedral Treasury, Home of Poreč – Regional Museum of the
playwright Marin Držić; Aquarium Poreč Area
– Biological Institute Dubrovnik Split - Museum of Croatian archaeo-
Gornja Stubica - Museum of Peasant logical monuments, Archaeological
Uprisings, The Lipa Gallery Museum of Split, Ivan Meštrović
Gospić - Lika Museum (standing Gallery, City Museum, Ethnographic
archaeological exhibition; in nearby Museum, Museum of natural history,
Smiljan, Tesla’s birthplace, is the Art Gallery, Naval Museum, Zoo-
Nikola Tesla Memorial Centre; logical Gardens, Cathedral Treasury
Hlebine – Hlebine Gallery and the Trakošćan - Trakošćan Castle-Mu-
Ivan Generalić Museum Collection; seum (large collection of ancient
The Josip Generalic Gallery weapons)
Varaždin -Town Museum in the Old
Town - Department of History and
Entomological Department (collec-
tion of bugs)
Zadar - Archaeological Museum, Na-
tional Museum of Zadar, Permanent
Display of Sacral Art
Zagreb - Archaeological Museum,
Ethnographic Museum, Croatian
Museum of Naive Art, Modern
Gallery, City of Zagreb Museum,
Mimara Museum, Museum of Arts
and Crafts, Natural History Museum,
Museum of Contemporary Art, Information: Tel: +385 22 201 777;
Strossmayer Gallery, Technical Mu- Fax. +385 22 336 836
seum, Klovićevi dvori Gallery E-mail: izleti@npkrka.hr
www.npkrka.hr
Major sanctuaries: Mljet - an island southwest of
Marija Bistrica: Our Lady of Bistrica Dubrovnik.
Trsat (Sušak): Our Lady of Trsat Information: Tel: +385 20 744 041;
Sinj: Our Miraculous Lady of Sinj Fax: +385 20 744 043
Aljmaš: Our Lady of Consolation E-mail: np-mljet@np-mljet.hr
Krasno: Our Lady of Krasno www.np-mljet.hr
Paklenica - a national park on the
Cultural-historical monuments: southern side of Velebit, the largest
There are numerous castles and cul- mountain massif in Croatia.
tural-historical monuments in Croa- Information: Tel: +385 23 369 155;
tia. The best known among them Fax: +385 23 359 133
are: Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the E-mail: np-paklenica@zd.t-com.hr;
Old Town of Trogir, Euphrasius’ www.paklenica.hr
Basilica in Poreč, Šibenik Cathedral, The Plitvice Lakes - the most beau-
and the City of Dubrovnik, all being tiful and the most popular Croatian
listed as the World Heritage Sites by national park, listed as a World
UNESCO Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Information: Tel: +385 53 751 015;
NATIONAL PARKS Fax: +385 53 751 013
E-mail: info@np-plitvice.com www.
The Brijuni - a group of two larger np-plitvicka-jezera.hr
and 12 smaller islands situated off Risnjak - a forested mountain massif
the west coast of the Istrian penin- to the north of Rijeka.
sula. Information: Tel: +385 51 836 133,
Information: Tel: +385 52 525 888; +385 51 836 246;
Fax: +385 52 521 367 Fax: +385 51 836 116
E-mail: np-brijuni@brijuni.hr E-mail: np-risnjak@ri.t-com.hr
www.brijuni.hr www.risnjak.hr
Kornati - the most indented archi- Northern Velebit - the most valuable
pelago on the Mediterranean, with and most attractive region of the
140 uninhabited islands, islets and summit area of Velebit in terms of
reefs. nature.
Information: Tel: +385 22 435 740; Information: Tel: +385 53 884 551;
Fax: +385 22 435 058 Fax: +385 53 884 552
E-mail: kornati@kornati.hr E-mail:
www.kornati.hr np.sjeverni.velebit@gs.t-com.hr,
Krka - the most beautiful karst river www.np-sjeverni-velebit.hr
in Croatia.
NATURE PARKS Istria, above the Kvarner Riviera.
Information: Tel: +385 51 293 753;
Biokovo - a mountain above the Fax: +385 51 293 751
Makarska Riviera. E-mail: park.prirode.ucka@inet.hr
Information: www.pp-ucka.hr
Tel/Fax: +385 21 616 924 Velebit - the largest and most beauti-
E-mail: park-prirode-biokovo@st.t- ful Croatian mountain.
com.hr, www.biokovo.com Information: Tel: +385 53 560 450;
Kopački rit - an extensive wetlands Fax: +385 53 560 451
area situated at the confluence of the E-mail: velebit@gs.t-com.hr
Rivers Drava and Danube. www.velebit.hr, www.pp-velebit.hr
Information: Vransko jezero (the Vrana lake)
Tel: +385 31 752 320; Fax: +385 31 - Croatia’s largest lake, near Zadar.
752 321, E-mail: Information: Tel: +385 23 386 455,
kopacki-rit-turizam@os.t-com.hr, 386 456; Fax: +385 23 386 453,
www.kopacki-rit.com E-mail: pp-vransko-jezero@zd.t-
Lonjsko polje (the Lonja range) com.hr, www.vransko-jezero.hr
- one of the largest wetland areas in Žumberak-Samobor mountains
Europe. - west of Zagreb.
Information: Tel:/Fax: +385 98 222 Information: Tel: +385 1 3327 660;
080; www.pp-lonjsko-polje.hr Fax: +385 1 3327 661,
Medvednica - a mountain massif www.ppzsg.org
overlooking Zagreb to the north. Lastovo archipelago
Information: Tel: +385 1 4586 317;
Fax: +385 1 4586 318 Ministry of Environmental Protec-
E-mail: park.prirode.medvednica tion, Physical Planning and Con-
@zg.t-com.hr, struction, Republic of Croatia
www.pp-medvednica.hr Information: Tel: +385 1 610 6578,
Papuk - the largest mountain in www.mzopu.hr
Slavonia.
Information: Tel: +385 34 313 030; ACCOMMODATION
Fax: +385 34 313 027
E-mail: kontakt@pp-papuk.hr Croatia offers accommodation in
www.pp-papuk.hr numerous hotels, tourist settlements,
Telašćica - a narrow bay on the private houses, farms, apartments,
island of Dugi otok, near the Kornati campsites, and at naturist camps with
National Park. a long tradition.
Information: In the interior
Tel/Fax: +385 23 377 096 there are many
E-mail: telascica@zd.t-com.hr mineral and ther-
www.telascica.hr mal spring health
Učka - a mountain in the east of resorts.
Information: Tourist Offices and NATIONAL FOOD AND
travel agencies. DRINK
Youth hostels are available in Du-
brovnik, Pula, Korčula, Veli Lošinj, Where to eat?
Punat on the island of Krk, in the Apart from hotels offering ac-
towns of Krk, Rijeka, Zadar and commodation, both full board and
Zagreb. lodging or half board, in all towns
Information: Croatian Youth Holiday and tourist resorts, and along the
Association and Hostel Association main roads, there are also restaurants,
Tel: +385 1 4847 474; Tel/Fax: +385 inns, taverns, wine cellars, pizzerias,
1 4847 472 fast-food restaurants. Gourmets will
E-mail: travelsection@hfhs.hr find restaurants and inns where the
www.hfhs.hr domestic “Croatian cuisine” is most
interesting.
Nautical tourism and marinas: All foods of animal origin are subject
There are 50-plus marinas in Croatia to the same standards as in countries
with around 15,000 berths in the sea in the European Union and are
and around 4,500 on land. Larger under constant veterinary and health
marinas provide technical services, supervision.
cranes, fuel stations and a diverse
trade and catering offer. In the ma- What to eat?
jority of marinas it is possible to rent In addition to standard European
a yacht, and schools of sailing are cuisine, Croatia offers its most popu-
also organised. Information: Nauti- lar domestic dishes and specialties:
cal Tourism Association. among the cold dishes there are
Tel: +385 51 209 147 and 209 111; the renowned Dalmatian or Istrian
Fax: +385 51 216 033 prosciutto, Pag or Lika cheese, sheep
E-mail: hgkri@hgk.hr, www.hgk.hr cheese, Slavonian paprika-fla-
Adriatic Club International (ACI) in voured salami (“kulen”), renowned
Opatija. Samobor or Zagorje garlic sausages
Tel: +385 51 271 288; (“češnjovka”), fresh cottage cheese
Fax: +385 51 271 824 with smetana… Main dishes depend
E-mail: aci-club@aci-club.hr on the area that you are visiting. In
www.aci-club.hr Dalmatia, Primorje, on the islands
and in Istria, the dishes are mainly
Diving: A permit is necessary for fish and other seafood dishes, or meat
recreational sports diving. dishes such as the “pašticada”, or
Information: stewed lamb.
Tel: +385 1 4848 765, In the continental part of Croatia
Fax: +385 1 4849 119, there is a wide selection of meat
www.diving-hrs.hr; dishes, including roast turkey with a
e-mail: info@diving-hrs.hr “mlinci” (pastry rolled out into small,
thinnish circles, baked on a hot plate,
allowed to cool, broken up and tossed
into salted boiling water to soften,
drained and placed next to the roast),
roast lamb, roast suckling pig, and
boiled or baked “štrukli” (thin rolled
pastry stuffed with a combination of Fax: +385 1 4673 997
fresh cottage cheese and smetana) Embassy of Australia,
being particularly famous. Among Kaptol Centar, Nova Ves 11/3, 10000
desserts, apart from the already Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4891 200;
mentioned “štrukli”, there are walnut Fax: +385 1 4891 216
loaf, poppy seed loaf, and cheese or Embassy of the Republic of
fruit strudel. Austria, Jabukovac 39, 10000 Zagreb,
Tel: +385 1 4881 050, 4881 051, 4881
What to drink? 052; Fax: +385 1 4834 461
Cultivation of grapes and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium,
production of smooth, choice is a Pantovčak 125 B I, 10000 Zagreb,
centuries-old tradition with Croatian Tel: +385 1 4578 901;
winegrowers both in the continental Consular Fax: +385 1 4578 902
part of Croatia and in Primorje (the Embassy of the Republic of Bosnia and
Littoral) and Dalmatia. Some of the Herzegovina, Torbarova 9, 10000 Zagreb,
best known varieties of Croatian red Tel: +385 1 4683 761, 4683 765 and 4683
wines along the Adriatic coast and on 767; Fax: +385 1 4683 764
the islands are: Dingač, Teran, Mer- Honorary Consul for the
lot, Cabernet, Opolo, Plavac, Postup; Federative Republic of Brazil
of the white wines the following are Medulićeva 26, 10000 Zagreb
most appreciated: Pošip, Mal- Tel: +385 1 4827 777;
vazija, Pinot, Kujundžuša, Žlahtina, Fax: +385 1 4827 277
Muškat… In continental parts one Embassy of the Republic of
can enjoy Riesling, Graševina, Bulgaria, Gornje Prekrižje 28, 10000
Burgundac, Traminac… As far as Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4646 609, + 385 1
spirits go, there is a range of rakijas, 4646 631, Fax: 385 1 4646 625
or rather brandies the best known Canadian Embassy
among which is undoubtedly slivo- Prilaz Gjure Deželića 4, 10000 Zagreb,
vitza or plum brandy, herb-flavoured Tel: +385 1 4881 200;
brandy, grape brandy, while among Fax: +385 1 4881 230
dessert drinks there are Prošek and Embassy of the Republic of Chile,
Maraschino. Smičiklasova 23/II, 10000 Zagreb, Tel:
+385 1 4611 960 and 4611 959;
DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS Fax: + 385 1 4610 328
Embassy of the People’s
Embassy of the Republic of Albania, Republic of China, Mlinovi 132, 10000
Jurišićeva 2a, 10000 Zagreb, Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4637 011;
Tel: +385 1 4810 679, 4810 680, 4810 Fax: +385 1 4637 012
681; Fax: +385 1 4810 682 Embassy of the Czech Republic, Savska
Apostolic Nunciature, cesta 41/IX, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1
Ksaverska cesta 10a, 10000 Zagreb, 6177 246 and 6121 558;
Tel: +385 1 4673 996, 4673 995; Fax: +385 1 6176 630
239; Fax: +385 1 4817 907
Consulate of the Republic of
Indonesia, Vlaška 83/II, 10000 Zagreb,
Tel: +385 1 4610 671 and 4611 296;
Fax: +385 1 4611 299
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of
Iran, Pantovčak 125c, 10000 Zagreb,
Tel: +385 1 4578 983, 4578 980 and 4578
981; Fax: +385 1 4578 987
Consulate General of Ireland,
Miramarska 23, 10000 Zagreb
Tel: +385 1 6674 455, +385 1 2413 914;
Fax: +385 1 2413 901
Embassy Of The State of Israel, Ulica
General Consulate of the Kingdom grada Vukovara 271, 10000 Zagreb;
of Denmark, Pavlinovićeva 1, 10000 Tel: + 385 1 4836 078;
Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 3760 536; Fax: + 385 1 4836 001
Fax: +385 1 3760 535 Consulate of the Republic of Ivory
Embassy of the Arab Republic of Coast, Drage Gervaisa 2, 10000 Zagreb,
Egypt, Petrova 51/B, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 3895 132 and 3817 916;
Tel: +385 1 2310 781 and 2310 798; Fax: +385 1 3893 684
Fax: +385 1 2310 619 Embassy of the Republic of Italy,
Embassy of the Republic of Medulićeva 22, 10000 Zagreb,
Finland, Miramarska 23, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4846 386;
Tel: +385 1 6312 080; Fax: +385 1 4846 384
Fax: +385 1 6312 090 Embassy of Japan, Boškovićeva 2, 10000
Embassy of the French Republic, Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4870 650;
Hebrangova 2, 10000 Zagreb, Fax: +385 1 4667 334
Tel: +385 1 4893 680; Consulate of Hashemite Kingdom
Fax: +385 1 4893 668, +385 1 4893 614 of Jordan, Gračanska cesta 84, 10000
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4645 957;
Germany, Ulica grada Vukovara 64, Fax: +385 1 4645 956
10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 6300 100; Consulate of the Republic of Kazakh-
Fax: +385 1 6158 103 and 6155 536 stan, Martićeva 14/2, 10000 Zagreb,
Embassy of the Greek Republic, Tel: +385 1 4614 723 and 4596 646;
Opatička 12, 10000 Zagreb, Fax: +385 1 4614 723
Tel: +385 1 4810 444; Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia,
Fax: +385 1 4810 419 Kralja Zvonimira 6/1, 10000 Zagreb, Tel:
Embassy of Guinea-Bissau +385 1 4620 261; Fax: + 385 1 4617 369
Jurjevska 51, 10000 Zagreb Fax: +385 1 4817 753
Tel: +385 1 4663 500; Embassy of Malaysia, Slavujevac 4a,
Fax: +385 1 4663 502 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4834 346 and
Embassy of the Republic of 4834 347; Fax: +385 1 4834 348
Hungary, Pantovčak 255-257, 10000 Embassy of the Republic of Malta,
Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4890 900; Pavlinovićeva 1, 10000 Zagreb,
Fax: +385 1 4579 301 Tel: +385 1 3900 515;
Embassy of India, Fax: +385 1 3900 575
Boškovićeva 7a, 10000 Zagreb
Tel: +385 1 4873 240 and +385 1 4873
Consulate of the Principality of
Monaco, Centar Kaptol, Nova Ves 17,
10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4860 377;
Fax: +385 1 4860 081
Embassy of the Kingdom of Nether-
lands, Medveščak 56, 10000 Zagreb, Tel:
+385 1 4642 200; Fax: +385 1 4642 211 Fax: +385 1 6177 236
Consulate of New Zealand, Vlaška Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain,
501/V, 10000 Zagreb, Tuškanac 21a, 10000 Zagreb,
Tel/Fax: +385 1 4612 060 Tel: +385 1 4848 950, 4834 365 and 4834
Embassy of the Kingdom of 367; Fax: +385 1 4848 608 and 4848 711
Norway, Petrinjska 9/I, 10000 Zagreb, Consulate of the Democratic Socialist
Tel: +385 1 4922 829 and 4922 831; Republic of Sri Lanka,
Fax: +385 1 4922 828 and 4922 832 Prilaz Đure Deželića 8, 10000 Zagreb,
Consulate the Islamic Republic of Paki- Tel/Fax: +385 1 3090 307
stan, Pasarićeva 12, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: Consulate of the Republic of Sudan,
+385 1 3646 161; Fax: +385 1 3646 161 Vramčeva 17, 10000 Zagreb,
Consulate the Republic of Peru, Ksaver- Tel: +385 1 4817 613
ska cesta 19, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden,
4677 325; Fax: +385 1 4677 324 Frankopanska 22, 10000 Zagreb, Tel/Fax:
General Consulate, Republic of the Phil- +385 1 4817 613; Fax: +385 1 4925 125
ippines, Tomašićeva 7, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: Embassy of Switzerland, Bogovićeva 3,
+385 1 4612 000; Fax: +385 1 4618 414 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4878 800;
Embassy of the Republic of Poland, Fax: +385 1 4810 890
Krležin Gvozd 3, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 Consulate the Kingdom of Thailand,
1 4899 444; Gundulićeva 18/IV, 10000 Zagreb,
Fax: +385 1 4834 577 and 4899 420 Tel: +385 1 4830 359;
Embassy of the Portuguese Fax: +385 1 4830 359
Republic, Trg Bana J. Jelačića 5/ll, 10000 Embassy of the Republic of Turkey,
Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4882 210 and 4882 Masarykova 3/II, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385
211; Fax: +385 1 4920 663 1 4855 200; Fax: +385 1 4855 606
Embassy of Romania, Mlinarska ulica Embassy of Ukraine, Voćarska 52, 10000
43, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4677 550 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4616 296; Fax: +385
and 4677 660; Fax: +385 1 4677 854 1 4633 726 and 4633 728
Embassy of the Russian Embassy of the United Kingdom of
Federation, Bosanska 44, 10000 Zagreb, Great Britain and Northern Ireland,
Tel: +385 1 3755 038 and 3755 039; I. Lučića 4, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1
Fax: +385 1 3755 040 6009 100;
Embassy of Serbia and Montenegro, Fax: +385 1 6009 111
Pantovčak 245, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 Embassy of the United States of
4579 067 and 4579 068; America, Thomasa Jeffersona 2,
Fax: +385 1 4573 338 10010 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 6612 200; Fax:
Embassy of the Slovak Republic, Prilaz +385 1 6612 373
Gjure Deželića 10, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: Consulate of the
+385 1 4877 070; Fax: +385 1 4877 078 Republic of Yemen,
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia, Biankinijeva 6, 10000
Savska 41/II ANNEX, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: Zagreb, Tel/Fax: +385
+385 1 6311 000 and 6311 011; 1 4553 114
INFORMATION Fax: +420 2 2221 0793,
E-mail: infohtz@iol.cz; info@htz.cz
HRVATSKA TURISTIČKA Chorvátske turistické združenie, 821
ZAJEDNICA 09 Bratislava, Trenčianska 5, Slovenská
(Croatian National Tourist Board), Iblerov republika, Tel: +421 2 55 562 054;
trg 10/IV, p.p. 251, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia Fax: +421 2 55 422 619
Tel: +385 1 46 99 333; Fax: +385 1 45 57 E-mail: infohtz@chello.sk
827, E-mail: info@htz.hr, Horvát Idegenforgalmi Közösség, 1053
Internet: www.croatia.hr Budapest, Magyar ut. 36, Magyarország;
Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus, Tel/Fax: +36 1 266 65 05, +36 1 266 65
1010 Wien, Am Hof 13, Österreich; 33, E-mail: info@htz.hu
Tel: +43 1 585 38 84; Fax: +43 1 585 38 Office National Croate de Tourisme,
84 20, E-mail: office@kroatien.at 75116 Paris, 48, avenue Victor Hugo,
Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus, France, Tel: +33 1 45 00 99 55;
60311 Frankfurt, Kaiserstrasse 23, Fax: +33 1 45 00 99 56
Deutschland; Tel: +49 69 2385 350; E-mail: infos.croatie@wanadoo.fr
Fax: +49 69 2385 352, Croatian National Tourist Office,
E-mail: Kroatien-Info@gmx.de London W6 9ER, 2 Lanchesters, 162-164
Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus, Fulham Palace Road, United Kingdom;
80469 München, Rumfordstrasse 7, Tel: +44 208 563 79 79; Fax: +44 208 563
Deutschland; Tel: +49 89 22 33 44; 26 16, E-mail: info@cnto.freeserve.co.uk
Fax: +49 89 22 33 77 Croatian National Tourist Office, New
E-mail: kroatien-tourismus@t-online.de York 10118, 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4003,
Ente Nazionale Croato per il Turismo, U.S.A, Tel: +1 212 279 8672; Fax: +1 212
20122 Milano, Piazzetta Pattari 1/3, Italia, 279 8683, E-mail: cntony@earthlink.net
Tel: +39 02 86 45 44 97; Fax: +39 02 86 Narodowy Ośrodek Informacji Tu-
45 45 74, rystycznej Republiki Chorwacji, 00-675
E-mail: info@enteturismocroato.it Warszawa, IPC Business Center, Ul.
Ente Nazionale Croato per il Turismo, Koszykowa 54, Polska, Tel: +48 22 828 51
00186 Roma, Via dell’ Oca 48, Italia, Tel: 93; Fax: +48 22 828 51 90
+39 06 32 11 0396; Fax: +39 0632 11 E-mail: info@chorwacja.home.pl
1462, E-mail: Kroatiska Turistbyrån, 11135 Stock-
officeroma@enteturismocroato.it holm, Kungsgatan 24, Sverige, Tel: +46
Chorvatské turistické sdruženi 853 482 080; Fax: +46 820 24 60,
110 00 Praha 1, Krakovská 25 E-mail: croinfo@telia.com
Česká republika, Tel: +420 2 2221 1812; Kroatisch Nationaal Bureau Voor Toer-
isme, 1081 GG Amsterdam, Nijenburg 2F,
Netherlands, Tel: +31 20 661 64 22
Fax: +31 20 661 64 27
E-mail: kroatie-info@planet.nl
Office National Croate du Tourisme,
1000 Bruxelles,Vielle Halle aux Blés 38
Belgique, Tel: +32 255 018 88; www.visitdubrovnik.hr
Fax: +32 251 381 60 Istria County, Pionirska 1, 52440 Poreč
E-mail: info-croatia@scarlet.be Tel: +385 52 452 797; Fax: +385 52 052
Хорватское туpиcтичeckoe 452 796, E-mail: info@istra.hr,
cooбщecтвo, 123610 Moscow, www.istra.hr
Krasnopresnenskaya nab. 12, Karlovac County, A. Vraniczanya 6,
office 1502, Russia, Tel: +7 095 258 15 47000 Karlovac, Tel: +385 47 615 320;
07; Fax: +7 095 258 15 08 Fax: +385 47 601 415,
E-mail: HTZ@wtt.ru E-mail: info@tzkz.hr
Hrvaška turistična skupnost Koprivnica-Križevci County,
1000 Ljubljana, Gosposvetska 2 Antuna Nemčića 5, 48000 Koprivnica,
Slovenija, Tel: +386 1 230 7400; Tel: +385 48 624 408;
Fax: +386 1 230 7404, Fax: +385 48 624 407
E-mail: hrinfo@siol.net E-mail: tz-kk-zupanje@kc.t-com.hr;
Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus, www.tz-koprivnicko-krizevacka.hr
8004 Zürich, Badenerstr, 332, Switzer- Krapina-Zagorje County,
land, Tel: +41 43 32 18211; Zagrebačka 6, 49217 Krapinske Toplice,
Fax: +41 43 32 18213 Tel/Fax: +385 49 233 653,
E-mail: kroatien@gmx.ch E-mail: tzkzz@kr.t-com.hr
Oficina de Turismo de Croacia, 28001 Lika-Senj County, Bilajska 3, 53000
Madrid, Calle Claudion Coello 22, esc. Gospić, Tel/Fax: +385 53 574 687
B,1oC, Espana, Tel: + 3491 781 5514; E-mail: tzz-licko-senjske@gs.t-com.hr,
Fax: + 3491 431 8443 www.lickosenjska.com
e-mail: infor@visitacroacia.es Međimurje County, Ruđera Boškovića
3, 40000 Čakovec, Tel/Fax: +385 40 390
COUNTY TOURIST 191, E-mail: info@tzm.hr; www.tzm.hr
OFFICES Osijek-Baranja County, Šetalište Franje
Šepara 1d/2, 31000 Osijek, Tel: +385 31
Bjelovar-Bilogora County, Trg Eugena 214 852; Fax: +385 31 214 853
Kvartenika 4, 43000 Bjelovar, Tel: +385 E-mail: info@tzosbarzup.hr;
43 243 944; Fax: +385 43 241 229 www.tzosbarzup.hr
E-mail: info@tzbbz.hr Požega-Slavonia County, Županijska 7,
Brod-Posavina County, Petra Krešimira 34000 Požega, Tel: +385 34 272 505;
IV No. 1, 35000 Slavonski Brod Fax: +385 34 271 465,
Tel/Fax: +385 35 408 392; E-mail: kontakt@tzzps.hr, www.tzzps.hr
Fax: +385 35 408 392 Primorje-Gorski Kotar County,
E-mail: N. Tesle 2, 51410 Opatija, Tel: +385 51
turisticka-zajednicabpz@sb.t-com.hr 272 988 and 272 665; Fax: +385 51 272
Dubrovnik-Neretva County, 909; E-mail: kvarner@kvarner.hr;
Cvijete Zuzorić 1/I, 20000 Dubrovnik www.kvarner.hr
Tel: +385 20 324 999; Sisak-Moslavina County, Rimska bb,
Fax: +385 20 324 224 44000 Sisak, Tel: +385 44 522 655;
E-mail: info@visitdubrovnik.hr;
Fax: +385 44 521 615,
E-mail: turizam@smz.hr;
Web: www.sisakturist.com
Split-Dalmatia County, Prilaz braće
Kaliterna 10/I, 21001 Split,
Tel/Fax: +385 21 490 032, +385 21 490
033 and +385 21 490 036, E-mail: 889 and 323 907; Fax: +385 20 323 725
info@dalmatia.hr; www.dalmatia.hr E-mail: info@tzdubrovnik.hr
Šibenik-Knin County, Fra N. Ružića bb, www.tzdubrovnik.hr
22000 Šibenik, Tel: +385 22 219 072; Karlovac, Ulica Petra Zrinskog 3, 47000
Fax: +385 22 212 346 Karlovac, Tel: +385 47 615 115; Fax:
E-mail: tz-skz@si.t-com.hr +385 47 600 602
www.summernet.hr/county-sibenik-knin E-mail: karlovac-turistinfo@ka.t-com.hr,
Varaždin County, Stanka Vraza 4/VIII, www.karlovac-touristinfo.hr
42000 Varaždin, Tel: +385 42 394 100; Opatija, Nazarova 3, 51410 Opatija, Tel:
Fax: +385 42 394 230 +385 51 271 710; Fax: +385 51 271 699,
E-mail: tz.var.zupanije@vz.t-com.hr, E-mail: tzgr.op@ri.t-com.hr
www.turizam-vzz.hr www.opatija-tourism.hr
Virovitica-Podravina County, Trg kralja Osijek, Županijska 2, 31000 Osijek, Tel:
Tomislava 1, 33000 Virovitica, Tel: +385 +385 31 203 755; Fax: +385 31 203 947,
33 726 069; Fax: +385 33 721 241 E-mail: grad-osijek@os.t-com.hr
E-mail: tzvpz@vt.t-com.hr www.tzosijek.hr
Vukovar-Srijem County, Glagoljaška Pula, Forum 3, 52100 Pula,
27/III, 32100 Vinkovci, Tel/Fax: +385 32 Tel: +385 52 212 987 and 219 197;
344 034, E-mail: Fax: +385 52 211 855
turisticka-zajednica@vk.t-com.hr E-mail: tz-pula@pu.t-com.hr, info@
www.tzvsz.hr pulainfo.hr, www.pulainfo.hr
Zadar County, Sv. Leopolda B. Mandića Rijeka, Užarska 14, 51000 Rijeka, Tel:
1, 23000 Zadar, Tel: +385 23 315 107; +385 51 315 710;
Fax: +385 23 315 316 Fax: +385 51 315 720,
E-mail: tz-zd-zup@zd.t-com.hr E-mail: tz-rijeka@ri.t-com.hr,
www.zadar.hr www.tz-rijeka.hr
Zagreb County Split, Hrvatsko narodnog preporoda 7,
Preradovićeva 42, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: 21000 Split, Tel: +385 21 348 600 and 348
+385 1 4873 665; Fax: +385 1 4873 670 601; Fax: +385 21 348 604
E-mail: tzzgzup@zg.t-com.hr E-mail:
www.tzzz.hr tic-split@st.t-com.hr, tz-split@st.t-com.hr;
www.visitsplit.com
TOURIST OFFICES IN Šibenik, Fausta Vrančića 18
CERTAIN TOWNS 22000 Šibenik, Tel: +385 22 212 075; Fax:
+385 22 219 073
Dubrovnik, Cvijete Zuzorić 1/II, 20000 E-mail: tz-sibenika@si.t-com.hr
Dubrovnik, Tel: +385 20 323 887, 323 Varaždin, Ivana Padovca 3,
42000 Varaždin, Tel: +385 42 210 985 and
201 005; Fax: +385 42 210 987
E-mail: tzg-varazdin@vz.t-com.hr,
www.tourism-varazdin.hr
Zadar, Ilije Smiljanića 5
23000 Zadar, Tel: +385 23 212 412 and We thank you for your cooperation
212 222; Fax: +385 23 211 781, in this respect and we wish you a
E-mail: tzg-zadar@zd.t-com.hr; truly enjoyable stay.
www.tzzadar.hr With warmest greetings from the
Zagreb, Kaptol 5, 10000 Zagreb Croatian National Tourist Board.
Tel: +385 1 4898 555; Fax: +385 1 4814
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info@zagreb-touristinfo.hr, National Tourist Board in co-opera-
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