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Croatia receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country

CurrencyEuro * CapitalZagreb * Population: 4,085,291 * Calling code+385

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Buying a SIM card in Croatia

Local SIM Cards: Currently, Croatia has three network operators:

  • Hrvatski Telekom (owned by Deutsche Telekom, formerly called T-Moblie)
  • A1 Croatia (owned by Telekom Austria, formerly called VIP)
  • Telemach (formerly called Tele2)

Prepaid SIM card registrations in Croatia do not require any form of ID yet.

SIM cards are widely available, at newsstands, service stations, supermarkets, and the operator’s stores without registration. On the same places, you can purchase top-ups, which are printed on a POS slip and provide you with typically 14-digit codes and top-up instructions. All three network operators offer special tourist SIMs only for foreign visitors. These offers are often available for the summer season only, from May to October, but turn up very similarly every summer.

On average, a prepaid SIM card costs around €5 to €10, depending on the amount of data.


When purchasing a SIM card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.  Travel to Croatia? 

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Check out  Croatia eSIM deals:

1 GB With no expiration =  €3.40
3 GB With no expiration =  €9.90
5 GB With no expiration = €16.00
10 GB With no expiration = €30.60

Choose between daily, monthly or plans with no expiration here.

 

In terms of plug types, Croatia uses the European standard type C and type F plugs. Buy it now.

Croatia Tourism

Perched between the Balkans and central Europe, Croatia possesses a hoard of historic coastal towns and unspoiled islands. Whether you’re after a lazy day at the beach or a wild weekend at a niche festival, Croatia has got you covered. The country’s continental side showcases some stunning examples of its heritage, from the preserved walled city of Dubrovnik to the Roman ruins of Split and Pula. Zagreb, the vibrant capital, is a cocktail of culture, architecture, and cuisine. Spend a day exploring the museums, galleries, and restaurants and you’ll never run out of things to do. The southern Dalmatian islands are home to some of the country’s most idyllic beaches and charming towns. Boat over to Brač to explore its pointed stretch of sand at Zlatni Rat beach – a magnet for kite surfers. Further south you’ll discover the bold and beautiful architecture of Hvar, and the medieval wonder of Korčula.

There are over 20,000 hotels in the country, with the majority being located in coastal cities such as Dubrovnik and Split. Average hotel prices vary depending on the location and time of year, but they can range from €60 to €200 per night.

Croatia is served by several domestic airlines, including Croatia Airlines, and is also served by several international airlines, such as Lufthansa, Ryanair, and EasyJet.

Check out some of the best Croatia tours.

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