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Croatia Mission Stop

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Itinerary:

Day

Activity

Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22

Travel to Zagreb, Croatia

Monday, October 23

Business to Business meetings and networking with government and business officials

Travel Information:

The US Commercial Service in Croatia welcomes all participants to this year’s Trade winds. If you have any issues before or upon arrival please contact Commercial Specialist Nina Radicevic at nina.radicevic@trade.gov or +385 1 6612090.

Visa Requirements

A passport is required for travel to Croatia. A visa is not required for U.S. passport holders for tourist or business trips of fewer than 90 days within a six-month period. All foreign citizens must register with the local police within 24 hours of arrival as well as inform them of any change in their address. Registration of foreign visitors staying in hotels or accommodations rented through an accommodation company is done automatically by the hotelier or accommodation company. Failure to register is a misdemeanor offense; some Americans have been fined for failing to register.

Visit the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs website for the most current visa information.

Medical Requirements

Adequate medical care is readily available in Croatia, but the condition of hospital facilities may not be comparable to U.S. standards. Travelers to Croatia may obtain a list of English-speaking physicians and dentists at the Embassy’s web site. Make sure your health insurance plan provides coverage overseas. Most care providers in Croatia accept cash or credit card payments.

The single European emergency phone number 112 is active in Croatia for all kinds of emergencies. Ambulance service is effective; however, response times may be longer to more isolated areas.

For more information please visit the U.S. State Department Croatia travel page and our FAQ page.

Hotel Accommodation

A group booking will be made by the U.S. Commercial Service in Croatia for all participants, hotel to be determined.

Airport Transportation

The most commonly used airport transportation is taxi that can be obtained in front of the airport. Approximate cost form the airport to the city center by taxi is 200 HRK (approx. $30). Hotel can arrange airport transportation and add charges to your room. There is also Croatia Airlines bus driving from the airport to the Zagreb’s main bus station (with approx. ten stops in between) at a cost of 30 HRK (approx. $4.50) and is gratis for children under 6 years.

Currency Exchange

Croatian currency is the Kuna (HRK). The average exchange rate in January 2017 was 7 HRK for 1.00 USD. Non-residents traveling to Croatia must declare cash in local or foreign currency in excess of 10,000 Euros. Same amount applies to non-residents departing Croatia.

American Express, Visa, MasterCard and Diners Club cards are widely accepted. Currency exchanges are available at the airport, hotels, exchange offices and banks. Usual working hours are 9 am to 7 pm.



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