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Tourist Information

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Welcome!

GENERAL INFORMATION

We are delighted that you have decided to visit our country and wish you a warm welcome. All nations love their country and consider it to be the most beautiful of all. The Croats call their country “Our beautiful Homeland”, after the opening verses of the Croatian national anthem. The Republic of Croatia is a European parliamentary state and a part of European political and cultural history. It is classified as one of the medium-sized European countries such as Denmark, Ireland, Slovakia and Switzerland. Croatia is a land of open frontiers and simple customs regulations. It is also a peaceful country and one that is respectful towards its guests. We strive to make our country beautiful to all those who visit it and we do our best to ensure that visitors take only beautiful memories home with them.

Geographic position Croatia occupies the largest part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic sea which, as a part of the Mediterranean sea, penetrates deepest into European soil. Croatia’s shoreline and numerous islands enjoy the majority of the Adriatic coastline. The narrow Dinara mountain range separates the country’s Mediterranean region from its central European continental part, which spans from the easterly edges of the Alps in the North-West to the shores of the Danube in the East, encompassing the southern part of the fertile Pannonian lowlands. Surface area The mainland covers an area of 56,594 km2. Territorial waters cover a surface area of 31,067 km2. Population Croatia has 4,429,078 inhabitants. Demographics The majority of the population are Croats, with the largest minorities being Serbs, Bosnians, Slovenes, Hungarians, Czechs, Italians and Albanians. System of government Croatia is a multi-party parliamentary republic.

Welcome to Croatia!

Capital With 779,145 inhabitants, Zagreb is the economic, transport, cultural and academic centre of the country.

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USEFUL INFORMATION

Length of the coastline 6,278 km, of which 4,398 km is made up of island coastlines, solitary rocks and reefs.

Travel documents: A valid passport or some other identification document recognised by international agreement; for certain countries a personal identity card is sufficient (a document which testifies to the identity and citizenship of the bearer). Information: Diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Croatia abroad or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Croatia. (Tel: +385 1 4569 964, e-mail: stranci@mvpei.hr, vize@mvpei.hr web: www.mvpei.hr)

Number of islands, solitary rocks and reefs 1,244. The largest islands are Krk and Cres. There are 50 inhabited islands. Highest peak Dinara, 1,831 m above sea level. Climate: The prevailing climate in the country’s continental interior is moderately warm and rainy, while Croatia’s highest peaks have a mountain climate which includes snowfall. The areas along the Adriatic coast have a pleasantly mild Mediterranean climate with a large number of sunny days, summers are hot and dry and winters are mild and wet. Average temperatures in the continental interior are: January -2 to 0 oC, with somewhat lower temperatures at the highest altitudes; August approximately 20 oC, with around 12 oC at the highest altitudes. Average temperatures in the Littoral (Adriatic Coast) are: January -5 to 9 oC, August -22 to 25 oC. The sea temperature in winter is 12 oC and approximately 25 oC in summer.

Customs regulations: Customs regulations in the Republic of Croatia are almost entirely harmonised with EU regulations and standards, but the value of those non-commercial items that are brought into the country for personal use and are exempt from tax duty or PDV (VAT), is limited to only 1,000 HRK (kuna). Foreign and local currency and cheques may be freely taken in and out of the country by both foreign and Croatian citizens with foreign residence, but transfers of an amount of 10,000 Euros or more must be declared to a customs official. Valuable professional equipment and other technical devices must also be declared to a customs official at the border crossing. VAT is refunded to persons who do not have permanent or temporary residence in Croatia, for individual goods purchased in Croatia, for amounts in excess of 740.00 HRK (Kuna), upon the presentation of a Tax Cheque form verified by a customs official during the export of purchased goods, at the latest 3 months from the day of purchase. Foreign nationals must

Currency: The official currency in Croatia is the kuna (1 kuna = 100 lipa). Foreign currency can be exchanged in banks, exchange offices, post offices and in the majority of tourist information offices, hotels and campsites. Credit cards (Eurocard / Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Diners) are accepted in almost all hotels, marinas, restaurants, shops and cash machines.

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Maximum number of animals

claim Tax refunds within six months of the receipt issue date. For additional information please contact the Customs Administration: www.carina.hr The transport of house pets across state borders is possible only with the necessary veterinary documentation certifying the animals’ state of health. Cats and dogs must be fitted with an electronic identification system (microchip). Up to five pets can be imported at border crossings approved for the circulation of certain house pets, whilst the import of larger numbers of animals must be made at a border crossing where there is a border veterinary inspection.

The importation of a maximum of five animals can be considered as non-commercial. The animals must be subjected to an identification and document inspection by a customs official at a border crossing of the Republic of Croatia. These animals will not be considered a commodity and must be accompanied by their owner or a person authorised by the owner to accompany them for the entirety of the trip. Conditions General import conditions for dogs, cats and tame martens (also called domestic ferret, white ferret, African ferret, weasel, skunk, tamed ferret, domestic weasel or tamed weasel – Mustela putorius) coming from EU member states and low-risk countries outside the EU: ––They must be fitted with an electronic identification system (microchip). If the animal is fitted with a microchip that is not in line with the ISO Standard 11784 or 11785, the owner must provide the appropriate microchip scanner. The name and address of the animal’s owner must be determinable at all times. The animal’s passport or certificate, which is transported with the animal, needs to contain the microchip number which has been issued by a veterinarian. ––They must be accompanied by a passport or certificate issued by a veterinarian authorised by the relevant body. ––They must be vaccinated against rabies Animals coming from EU countries, or countries outside the EU that are considered low-risk, that are under three months of age and have not been vaccinated can be imported into the territory of the Republic of Croatia if the owner or accompanier holds a valid passport or certificate

When travelling with your pet, you are responsible for it When bringing your pet into the Republic of Croatia, it is your responsibility to meet all the conditions necessary for its importation. Please check, for instance, whether your pet has been vaccinated, that is, re-vaccinated, on time, whether an antibody titer test has been performed and whether it has a valid passport or veterinary certificate. If your pet does not meet these criteria, then your entry into the Republic of Croatian may be denied, that is, your pet can be returned to the country of origin or quarantined at the permitted border crossing. The owner will bear all costs arising from the implementation of these measures. In line with the Regulations on veterinary conditions for the non-commercial transportation of pets, the following animals species are considered as pets: dogs, cats, pet ferrets (Mustela putorius) from the marten family (Mustelidae), invertebrates (except for bees and crayfish), ornamental tropical fish, amphibians, reptiles, all bird species (except for poultry), rodents and rabbits.

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Health services

and if the animals have been living in the same place since birth and have not been in contact with wild animals which may have been exposed to infections, or are travelling with their mother on whom they are still dependent. Dogs, cats and members of the marten family coming from high-risk countries must fulfil the following conditions: ––They must be fitted with an electronic identification system (microchip) ––They must have a veterinary certificate issued by an official veterinarian or, at re-entry, a passport (dogs from Croatia) ––They must be vaccinated against rabies ––They must have undergone a test on the neutralization of antibodies with the titration of antibodies equalling at least 0.5 IJ/ml on a sample taken by a certified veterinarian, in a certified laboratory, 30 days after vaccination at the earliest and three months prior to transfer. A list of authorized facilities can be found at the following web page: http://ec.europa.eu/food/animal/ liveanimals/pets/approval_en.htm. The stipulated period of three months is not applicable in the case of the re-entry of pets from the Republic of Croatia whose passport confirms that the titration of antibodies with a positive result was carried out before the animal left the Republic of Croatia. Animals imported commercially, and those being shipped as a parcel, need to be examined by a veterinarian prior to shipment. For additional information please contact the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development – Administration for Veterinary Medicine (Tel. +385 1 6109 499; +385 1 6106 703 and +385 1 6106 455; web: www.mps.hr)

There are hospitals and clinics located in all larger towns and cities, while smaller centres have dispensaries and pharmacies only. Foreign visitors who are covered by health insurance in their own country are not obliged to pay for emergency medical services during a private stay in the Republic of Croatia if a convention on Social Security has been signed between Croatia and the visitors’ country of origin, i.e. if they have in their possession a certificate stipulated by such a convention confirming their right to health care. Health care (including transport) is used for emergency cases in the manner and according to regulations valid for Croatian citizens covered by Social Security, with identical participation in health care costs (participation). Persons coming from countries with which no such convention has been signed personally bear the costs of health services rendered. For further information, please contact the Croatian Institute for Health Insurance. (Tel: +385 1 4806 333, web: www.hzzo-net.hr). Veterinary services Croatia is covered by a network of veterinary clinics and dispensaries. Information: Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development Administration for Veterinary Medicine E-mail: office@mps.hr Web: www.mps.hr

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Tap water is safe to drink in all of Croatia.

Public holidays 1 January - New Year’s Day 6 January - Epiphany Easter Sunday & Easter Monday 1 May - Labour Day Corpus Christi 22 June - Anti-Fascist Resistance Day 25 June - Statehood Day 5 August - Victory Day and National Thanksgiving Day 15 August - Assumption Day 8 October - Independence Day 1 November - All Saints’ Day 25-26 December - Christmas Holidays

In the event of an accident, phone 112! This number can be reached any time, day or night, regardless of where you are in the Republic of Croatia or in the European Union. Calls to this number are free of charge. Calls can be made through all operators and all telephone devices by dialling 112. In the event of an accident, the 112 Centre can be contacted in any one of the following foreign languages: ––English ––German ––Italian ––Hungarian ––Slovakian ––Czech

Shops and public services working hours During the tourist season, most shops are open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. on weekdays, and many are also open during the weekend. Public services and business offices generally work from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday to Friday.

CALL 112! If you need: ––Emergency medical assistance, ––The assistance of fire fighters, ––The assistance of the police, ––The assistance of the Mountain Rescue Service, ––The assistance of other emergency services and operative search and rescue forces.

Post and telecommunications Post offices are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on weekdays, in smaller centres from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. Some offices work a split shift. In most towns and tourist centres, duty post offices are open on Saturdays and Sundays. Phone cards are used in all public telephones and may be purchased from post offices and from newspaper kiosks. International calls may be made directly from any public telephone. Web: www.posta.hr

If you see: ––a fire, ––spills or leaks of dangerous substances, pollution of drinkable water, streams, rivers, or the sea, ––other instances which present a danger to the life and health of people or animals, cultural heritage or the environment.

Power supply: 220 V, frequency: 50 Hz

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What should you do in case of fire?

When you call, pass the following information:

––Immediately notify the fire brigade of the fire on the telephone number 112.Use a hand-held fire extinguisher (if one is available) and only attempt to extinguish the fire if doing so does not endanger you or others. ––Notify people in the area about the fire.

––what happened, ––where it happened, ––when it happened, ––are there any injured persons, ––what the injuries are, ––what assistance is required, ––who is calling.

FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE FIRE BRIGADE

PRACTICAL ADVICE

REMEMBER:

Outdoor activities ––Tell relatives or friends the route and plan of your journey ––Walk on marked paths and trails ––Take sufficient quantities of water with you ––Prepare adequate clothing and footwear ––Prepare mobile telephone devices ––Monitor weather forecasts ––Handle open fires carefully and in line with regulations ––Do not throw cigarette butts or flammable objects outside

Non compliance with fire protection regulations will result in the Ministry of Internal Affairs raising a violation report or imposing a fine on the perpetrator. On the road ––Avoid traffic jams during the peak tourism season and driving at weekends and holidays, ––Be well rested when driving, ––Adjust your speed to the conditions on the road and the speed limits, ––In the event of a traffic jam, be patient and take sufficient quantities of water with you.

Fire prevention

At sea

Check that you have undertaken all the necessary measures to prevent fire! Do not throw burning or inflammable objects into the environment! Observe signs forbidding the lighting of fires! Take care that your parked vehicles do not obstruct fire fighting vehicle approaches and access roads.

––In case of an accident or sea pollution, call 155 (National Headquarters for Search and Rescue at Sea) or 112. ––Before setting sail, inform yourself of the weather forecast, especially for the Adriatic, ––While swimming, stay in sight of other swimmers, ––Inform family and friends of the approximate location in which you will be diving and mark the area appropriately,

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Radio news in foreign languages during the tourist season

––Moderate your exposure to the sun and use protective mediums ––Do not overestimate your own capabilities, ––Have sufficient quantities of drinking water with you.

Croatian Radio broadcasts programmes in foreign languages designed for tourists in Croatia on several frequencies. A daily programme is broadcast at 8:05 pm on Channel One, in English, for a duration of approximately 10 min. During the summer season, Channel Two of the Croatian Radio (98,5 Mhz – northwestern Croatia and the Dubrovnik Littoral; 105.3 Mhz – Istria; 96.1 Mhz – Split; 98.9 Mhz – the Makarska Littoral; 93.3 Mhz – Gorski kotar) will broadcast, in addition to regular news and reports from HAK (the Croatian Automobile Club) in Croatian, traffic information in English and German, and in August, also in Italian. Traffic and congestion alerts from HAK are broadcast in Croatian and English. During the summer period, on Channel Two of the Croatian Radio, news is broadcast every hour from the Third Channel of Austrian Radio and Bayern 3 in German, RAI Uno in Italian, Radio Prague in Czech, Absolute Radio in English and from the International Station of Croatian Radio – “Voice of Croatia” also in English, German and Spanish. During the summer, Radio Prague reporters broadcast news for their nationals staying in Croatia via the following regional radio stations: Radio Split, Radio Dubrovnik and Radio Rijeka.

Environmental protection The protection of biodiversity is in compliance with valid EU regulations. With regards to swimming, the waters of the Croatian Adriatic Sea are of a high quality according to EU criteria. In the event of environmental pollution, please phone 112. Important telephone numbers International country code for Croatia: +385 Ambulance: 194 Fire Brigade: 193 Police: 192 Roadside vehicle assistance: 1987 (When calling from abroad or by mobile phone, call +385 1 1987) National Centre for Search and Rescue at Sea: 155. Unique National number for all emergency situations: 112 General information: 18981 Information on local and intercity numbers: 11888 Information on international numbers: 11802 Weather forecast and road conditions: 060 520 520 Croatian Automobile Club (HAK): +385 1 46 40 800, Web: www.hak.hr, E-mail: info@hak.hr

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CROATIA BY CAR

Regulations:

Documents

Driving with dipped headlights is obligatory during winter time. The use of mobile telephones while driving is forbidden without the use of a handsfree device. The use of seat belts is obligatory for the driver and all passengers in the motor vehicle. A reflective sleeveless jacket is an obligatory part of every vehicle’s equipment. The driver is obliged to wear it when performing works on the vehicle on the road (changing a tyre, doing repair works on the car, filling up with petrol, stopping other cars in an attempt to seek help, etc.)

To enter Croatia, a driver’s licence, an automobile registration card and vehicle insurance documents are required. An international driving licence is desirable for renting vehicles (rent-a-car). The permit is issued by the motor club of the driver’s country of domicile.The driver of a motor vehicle registered abroad entering the territory of the Republic of Croatia must have a valid International Motor Third Party Liability Insurance document valid on the territory of the European Union, or some other evidence of the existence of such insurance. International insurance documents and evidences are considered to be either an official licence plate of a vehicle normally stationed on the territory of a country whose national insurance bureau is a signatory of the Multilateral agreement, or a valid Green Card issued for a vehicle which originates from a country whose national insurance bureau is not a signatory of the Multilateral agreement and other documents and evidences whose validity is known by the Croatian Insurance Bureau.

Advice for safe driving: Respect traffic regulations and speed limits. For longer journeys, rest at purposebuilt rest areas. Reduce and adjust your speed in wet road conditions. These are all prerequisites to a safe arrival at your destination. Petrol stations: In larger cities and on motorways, petrol stations are open 24 hours a day. Petrol stations sell Eurosuper 95, Super 95, Super 98, Super plus 98, Euro Diesel and Diesel. Gas (LPG) is available in major cities and at petrol stations on motorways. For information on fuel prices and a list of centres selling LPG gas go to: www.ina.hr, www.omv.hr, www.tifon.hr, and www.hak.hr.

Speed Limits: ––within settled areas - 50 km/h ––outside settled areas - 90 km/h ––on major roads designed exclusively for motor vehicles and on highways - 100 km/h ––on motorways - 130 km/h ––for motor vehicles with a trailer without brakes - 80 km/h ––for buses and buses with a light trailer - 80 km/h; on motorways - 100 km/h, except for buses used in organised transport of children

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Highway toll charges:

you require vehicle repair services, or if your vehicle needs towing, call Road Assistance, on 1987. If calling from abroad, dial +385 1 1987.

Motorways: A1 Zagreb-Bosiljevo-Zadar-Šibenik-SplitŠestanovac-Ravča; A2 Zagreb-ZaprešićKrapina-Macelj; A3 Bregana-ZagrebSlavonski Brod-Županja-Lipovac; A4 Zagreb-Varaždin-Goričan; A5 Osijek Đakovo-Sredanci; A6 BosiljevoVrbovsko-Rijeka, A7 Rijeka-Rupa and A9 Kanfanar-Pula. Three-lane two-way roads:

How to avoid traffic jams To avoid unnecessarily prolonging your journey and getting caught in traffic jams, you are advised to: ––plan your trip by using the traffic organiser from the Tourist Information Brochure, in which the days and directions of the highest expected densities of traffic are stated. If possible avoid travelling on Saturdays. ––check the conditions of road and ferry traffic with HAK (HAK Information Centre: +385 1 4640 800 or on www. hak.hr) or on the Second Radio Station of Croatian Radio (98.5 Mhz) before the start of your journey.

The Istrian Y (motorway on the Istrian Peninsula) with toll booths at the “Učka Tunnel”, direction A8 Kanfanar – Matulji, and the “Mirna” viaduct, direction A9 Kanfanar – Kaštel for the bridge between the mainland and the island of Krk. For more information, go to: www.hak.hr; www.hac.hr; www.bina-istra.hr; www.arz.hr; www.azm.hr; www.huka.hr

BY AIR

Basic obligations in case of a traffic accident

Airports for aircraft in public air traffic Brač Airport Tel: +385 21 559 701 Web: www.airport-brac.hr Dubrovnik Airport Tel: +385 20 773 333 www.airport-dubrovnik.hr Mali Lošinj Airport Tel: +385 51 235 148 Web: www.airportmalilosinj.hr Osijek Airport Tel: +385 31 514 402 Web: www.osijek-airport.hr Pula Airport Tel: +385 52 530 140 www.airport-pula.hr Rijeka Airport Tel: +385 51 842 134 www.rijeka-airport.hr

First inform the police about the traffic accident by calling the number 192 or the unique European emergency phone number 112. This is not obligatory in the event of a traffic accident which results only in material damage. If there are injured persons call the emergency medical services (tel.: 194) Secure the site of the accident, put on your reflective vest, set up a triangle and undertake measures to eliminate any new possible dangers. Wait for the arrival of the police. In the event of any damage to the vehicle, you must obtain a police report about the damage to the vehicle, without which you cannot cross the state border. Should

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Split Airport Tel: +385 21 203 555 www.split-airport.hr Zadar Airport Tel: +385 23 205 800 www.zadar-airport.hr Zagreb Airport Tel: +385 1 4562 222 www.zagreb-airport.hr Varaždin Airport – airport for general purpose aircraft and occasional air taxi services. Airfields for the reception of gliders and motor gliders unable to take off independently, whose use may be extended to other types of aicraft used in non-commercial operations (article 2. Paragraph1. Point 32. Law on Air Traffic, “Official Gazette“ no. 69/09): Pribislavec (Čakovec), Koprivnica, Lučko (Zagreb), Slavonski Brod, Čepin (Osijek), Vrsar, Grobnik (Rijeka), Otočac, Medulin, Bjelovar, Stari Grad (Hvar), Unije and Sinj.

Munich, Paris, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Zurich, Copenhagen, Podgorica and Pristina. In the high season, the Croatian coast is linked by air with additional destinations in Austria, France, Germany and Great Britain. In cooperation with its partners, Croatia Airlines enables its passengers to reach destinations across the world. Contact Centre: Tel: +385 1 6676 555 Web: www.croatiaairlines.com E-mail: contact@croatiaairlines.hr Other airline companies operating in Croatia: Aeroflot, Air France, Austrian Airlines, ČSA, Lufthansa, LOT, Malev, Germanwings, Scandinavian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Air Bosna, Air One, British Airways, Hapag Lloyd, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP, Wizz Air, LTU, Estonian Air, EasyJet, Aer Lingus, Trade Air / Sun Adria, Dubrovnik Airlines, Adria Airways, Nouvelair Tunisie, Ryan Air, Darwin Airline, Skyeurope Slovakian, SN Brussels Airlines.

International airports Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Osijek, Brač and Mali Lošinj. Information: Zagreb +385 1 6265 222; Split +385 21 203 506; +385 21 203 555; Dubrovnik +385 20 773 377; Pula +385 52 530 105; Rijeka +385 51 842 132; Zadar +385 23 313 311; Osijek +385 31 514 441, +385 31 514 442; Brač +385 21 559 711; Mali Lošinj +385 51 231 666

BY SEA Agency for coastal line services Tel: +385 21 329 370 Fax: +385 21 329 379 E-mail: infor@agencija-zolpp.hr Web: www.agencija-zolpp.hr International car ferry services: Zadar – Ancona, Split – Ancona, Split – Stari Grad – Pescara, Ancona – Split – Pescara, Rijeka – Split – Stari Grad (Hvar) – Korčula – Sobra (Mljet) – Dubrovnik – Bari, Dubrovnik – Bari (direct line): Vis – Ancona, Stari Grad – Ancona As well as the ferry lines, high-speed lines also operate between Italy and Croatia.

Croatia Airlines: The national airline company, a member of the Star Alliance airlines association, links Croatia by direct flights to a number of European destinations: Amsterdam, Vienna, Brussels, Frankfurt, London,

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Jadrolinija:

Car ferry services along the coast: Rijeka – Split – Stari Grad / Hvar – Korčula – Dubrovnik. Local car ferry services connect the following islands with the mainland: Cres, Lošinj, Rab, Pag, Ugljan, Pašman, Olib, Silba, Premuda, Rivanj, Ist, Molat, Sestrunj, Žirje, Kaprije, Zverinac, Rava, Zlarin, Dugi otok, Iž, Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis, the Pelješac Peninsula, Korčula, Lastovo, Mljet and Šipan. Local ship and high-speed lines connect other inhabited islands where there is no car traffic.

The main Croatian maritime passenger transport liner maintains the majority of regular, international and domestic car ferry, ship and high-speed lines. Its head office is in Rijeka. Tel: +385 51 666 111, +385 51 666 100 Web: www.jadrolinija.hr Other shipping companies: Rapska plovidba, d.d.: www.rapska-plovidba.hr Mediteranska plovidba d.d.: www.medplov.hr Linijska nacionalna plovidba d.d.: www.lnp.hr G & V Line d.o.o: www.gv-line.hr Miatours: www.miatours.hr Kapetan Luka: www.krilo.hr SNAV: www.snav.it Venezia lines: www.venezialines.com Blue Line International: www.blueline-ferries.com Emilia Romagna Lines: www.emiliaromagnalines.it

High-speed lines (links with the mainland or between the islands) Rijeka area: Lošinj, Susak, Unije, Cres, Ilovik, Pag, Rab. Zadar area: Ist, Molat, Dugi otok, Zverinac, Sestrunj, Rivanj, Olib, Silba, Premuda. Split area: Brač, Hvar, Šolta, Lastovo, Korčula, Vis. Dubrovnik area: Mljet, Šipan, Korčula, Lastovo. Šibenik area: Žirje, Kaprije. Seasonal line: Pula – Unije – Mali Lošinj – Ilovik – Zadar.

Customs offices for the entry of foreign vessels

Ship lines (links with the mainland or between the islands)

Permanent: Umag, Poreč, Rovinj, Pula, Raša Bršica, Rijeka, Mali Lošinj, Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Ploče, Korčula, Vela Luka, Ubli and Dubrovnik. Seasonal (during the summer season): ACI Marina Umag, Novigrad, Sali, Božava, Primošten, Hvar, Stari Grad (Hvar), Vis, Komiža and Cavtat.

Rijeka area: Lošinj, Srakane, Unije, Ilovik, Susak, Zadar area: Dugi otok, Iž, Rava, Vrgada, Šibenik area: Prvić, Zlarin Split area: Drvenik Veli, Drvenik Mali, Čiovo, Biševo, Dubrovnik area: Šipan, Lopud, Koločep.

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SAILING IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

––The official vignette (sticker) ––Verified list of crew and passengers ––Verified list of persons who can stay aboard the vessel (for vessels which intend to change crews while sailing in the Republic of Croatia) ––Confirmation (receipt) of payment of fees for sailing safety, lighting, maritime information charts and administrative fees ––Confirmation (receipt) of payment of the flat rate sojourn tax, for vessels more than 5 m in length with bunks ––Proof of seaworthiness of the vessel ––Proof that the skipper of the vessel is qualified to command the vessel ––Proof of third party insurance ––Proof of ownership, or the owner’s authorisation to use the vessel.

The skipper of a vessel entering the territorial waters of the Republic of Croatia by sea must take the shortest route to the nearest port open to international traffic in order to carry out border control formalities, to obtain the relevant official vignette (sticker) and for the verification of crew members and passenger lists at the Harbour Master’s Office, or branch office. The skipper of a vessel which is brought into Croatia by road, or which is moored in a port or in some other approved location within the Republic of Croatia, must obtain the official vignette (sticker) and verify the list of crew members and passengers in the Harbour Master’s Office, or a branch office, prior to setting out to sea. The vignette (sticker) must be obtained for a vessel of 3 m or more in length, as well as for a vessel less than 3 m in length if its total propulsion power is of 5 kW or more. The official vignette (sticker) is not obligatory for a vessel using only oars/paddles, regardless of its length (such as a kayak, beach canoe, pedal boat or similar). The official vignette is not required by a vessel while in storage in a port or in any other such approved place in the Republic of Croatia. Life boats and jet skis are subject to the same regulations regarding the possession of a vignette. The official vignette (sticker) must be displayed in a visible location on the vessel. Its period of validity is one year from the date of issue. The counterfoil of the vignette must be affixed to the vessel’s list of persons. A vessel sailing in the Republic of Croatia must carry the following original documents:

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List of crew members and passengers The list of crew and passengers includes crew members and passengers who are on the vessel, and is approved by signature and seal at the Harbour Master’s Office or branch office. If the skipper of a vessel does not intend to change crew during their stay in Croatian waters and while the official vignette is valid, they do not need to further report to the Harbour Master’s Office or branch office. Vessels with no facilities for extended stay (vessels with no bunks) do not need to have a crew member and passenger list. In Croatia, the skipper of a vessel can disembark the crew (or part thereof) with which they arrived from abroad, and take on a new crew, in which case they must register the change of crew with the Harbour Master’s Office, and leave Croatian waters with this new crew.

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List of persons

The List of Persons on vessels arriving by sea need not be presented at the same time as the official vignette is obtained, but can also be presented later when crew members are changed in Croatia.

The skipper of a vessel intending to change their crew while sailing in the Republic of Croatia must present to the Harbour Master’s Office or branch office a list of persons who will be staying on the vessel during the validity of the vignette. The total number of persons included in the List of Persons cannot exceed double capacity plus 30% of the unit capacity of the vessel. The capacity of the vessel is defined according to the vessel’s documentation as issued by the competent authorities of the country under whose flag the vessel sails, and if the vessel’s documentation does not contain information about the capacity, the same shall be calculated in accordance with the Book of Rules on Boats and Yachts and the Rules and Regulations for the Statutory Certification of Boats and Yachts. The List of Persons is certified with the vignette counterfoil. The List of Persons can be completed in its entirety at the time the vignette is obtained, but it can also be completed later on, at the latest when individual persons included in the List first board the vessel. If the List is completed later on, each addition must be verified in the Harbour Master’s Office or its branch office. The number of changes of persons included in the List of Persons is unlimited. The List of Persons does not include persons staying on a vessel while the vessel is staying in a port or at anchor. The List of Persons does not include children less than 12 years of age, and they are not included in the maximum number of persons.

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Registration of residence All foreigners entering the Republic of Croatia on a foreign vessel intended for sports and recreation, and who intend to use those vessels for accommodation, must register their residence in the Republic of Croatia only in the port or harbour in which they undergo border control. If a foreigner crosses the State border at one of the road border crossings and is transporting the vessel they intend to stay on, the marina where the vessel will be launched registers the residence. If the vessel is launched in a small port, the visitor must personally register their residence at the police station in authority of the territory. These regulations apply exclusively to vessels on which the foreigner will be accommodated. Foreigners whose vessels are berthed in one of the Croatian marinas must report their arrival in the marina. Sojourn tax Owners or users of vessels which are more than 5 m in length and have bunks are required to pay a flat rate sojourn tax. The sojourn tax may be paid in the Harbour Master’s Office or its branch office as a flat rate for residence periods of 8, 15, 30 and 90 days, or 1 year. The receipt for the flat rate sojourn tax should be kept on the vessel at all times and the skipper of the vessel must present it to the authorised person on demand.

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Eurocity, Intercity and Euronight trains:

Vessels sailing from the Republic of Croatia

EC “Mimara”: Zagreb – Villach – Siegen – Zagreb EC “Croatia”: Zagreb – Vienna – Zagreb (via Slovenia) EN “Venezia”: Venice – Zagreb – Budapest (Moscow, Kiev, Bucharest) – Venice EN “Lisinski”: Zagreb – München – Zagreb IC “Zagreb”: Zagreb – Vienna (via Hungary) – Zagreb IC “Sava”: Belgrade – Zagreb – Villach – Munich – Belgrade IC “Kvarner”: Zagreb – Budapest – Zagreb IC “Drava”: Budapest – Osijek – Sarajevo – Budapest

The skipper of a vessel due to sail out of the Republic of Croatia is under the following obligations: ––To pass border control at one of the ports open to international traffic; ––To verify the list of crew members and passengers at the Harbour Master’s Office or a branch thereof. Having fulfilled their obligations, the skipper of a vessel must leave the coastal waters and the territorial waters of the Republic of Croatia by the shortest possible route. Foreigners navigating Croatian boats and yachts

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In accordance with amendments to the Regulation on Boats and Yachts, in effect since February 11 2009, the Republic of Croatia unilaterally recognises licences of foreign countries for the navigation of Croatian boats and yachts. For more information on foreign licenses recognised in Croatia, go to the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure official website: www.mmpi.hr

“Maestral”: Zagreb – Budapest – Zagreb Zagreb – Villach – Zagreb Belgrade – Zagreb – Zurich – Belgrade “Nikola Tesla”: Zagreb – Belgrade – Zagreb Sarajevo – Vinkovci – Belgrade – Sarajevo Zagreb – Sarajevo – Ploče - Zagreb Zagreb – Sarajevo – Zagreb (night train) Ploče – Sarajevo – Ploče Villach – Zagreb – Belgrade – Villach (night train) “Opatija”: Rijeka – Ljubljana – Rijeka (Munich) “Ljubljana”: Rijeka – Ljubljana (Vienna) – Rijeka

BY RAIL Croatia has direct connections with Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. There are transfer connections with almost all other European countries.

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Trains during the tourist season: Ljubljana – Pula – Ljubljana Budapest – Zagreb – Split – Budapest (night train)

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Osijek Bus Station Tel: +385 60 33 44 66 Pula Bus Station Tel.: +385 60 304 090

Special Trains: Belgrade – Knin – Split – Belgrade (June September, at weekends, night train) Tel: +385 1 4573 208 E-mail: posebni.vlakovi@hznet.hr Information: Tel: 060 333 444, Web: www.hznet.hr

TAXI AND RENT-A-CAR There are taxi services in all cities and tourist resorts There are car rental services in all cities, tourist resorts and at airports.

BY BUS

MAJOR MUSEUMS

Regular international bus lines connect Croatia with neighbouring countries and the majority of Central European and Western European countries. Information service for calls from inside Croatia: 060 313 333 Information service for calls from outside Croatia: +385 1 611 2789 International traffic (ticket office): +385 1 600 8631 National traffic (ticket office): +385 1 600 8620 Rijeka Bus Station Tel: +385 51 66 03 00; +385 60 302 010 E-mail: autotrans@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.autotrans.hr Split Bus Station Tel: +385 21 329 180; +385 60 327 777 E-mail: info@ak-split.hr Web: www.ak-split.hr Šibenik Bus Station Tel: +385 60 368 368 E-mail: autotransport@si.t-com.hr Zadar Bus Station Tel: +385 23 211 555 Zagreb Bus Station Tel: +385 60 313 333 Web: www.akz.hr Dubrovnik Bus Station Tel: +385 20 357 020; +385 60 305 070 E-mail: libertas@libertasdubrovnik.com Web: www.libertasdubrovnik.com

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Čakovec - Međimurje Museum Dubrovnik - Dubrovnik Museum – Knežev dvor (Ducal Palace Museum); Ethnographic Museum – Rupe; City Walls; Dominican Monastery Museum; Maritime Museum; Cathedral Treasury; Home of the playwright Marin Držić; Aquarium – Dubrovnik Biological Institute; Franciscan Monastery “Mala braća” (Little Brothers) Museum; Museum of the Orthodox Christian Church Gornja Stubica - Peasants' Revolt Museum Gospić - Lika Museum; The Nikola Tesla Memorial Centre is in nearby Smiljan Hlebine - Hlebine Gallery and the Ivan Generalić Museum Collection Karlovac - City museum, the old burg of Dubovac Klanjec - Gallery of the sculptor Antun Augustinčić Krapina - Krapina Neanderthal Museum, Ljudevit Gaj Museum Kumrovec - The Old Village – a unique ethno-museum with original village houses; the birthplace of Josip Broz Tito Makarska - Malacological Museum – museum of fish, crustaceans and shellfish; City museum Našice - Regional museum located in the Pejačević castle Osijek - Museum of Slavonia

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Pazin - Ethnographic Museum of Istria and Pazin Town Museum Pula - Archaeological Museum; Historical Museum of Istria; Amphitheatre (Arena) Rijeka - Maritime and Historical Museum of the Croatian Littoral; Museum of Natural Sciences Poreč - Heritage Museum of Poreč Split - Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments; Archaeological Museum of Split; Ivan Meštrović Gallery; City Museum; Ethnographic Museum; Natural History Museum; Art Gallery; Naval Museum; Cathedral Treasury Trakošćan - Trakošćan Castle Museum large collection of ancient weapons Varaždin - Town Museum in the Old Town - Department of History and Entomological Collection “The world of insects”; Gallery of Old and New masters Zadar - Archaeological Museum – permanent display of sacral art; National Museum of Zadar; Museum of Antique Glass Zagreb - Archaeological Museum; Ethnographic Museum; Croatian Museum of Naive Art; Modern Gallery; City of Zagreb Museum; Mimara Museum; Museum of Arts and Crafts; Croatian Natural History Museum; Museum of Contemporary Art; Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters; Technical Museum; “Klovićevi Dvori” Gallery; Museum of Croatian History; Dražen Petrović Memorial Museum Centre; Art Pavilion

Lobor: Our Lady of the Mountains Ludbreg: Sacred Blood of Jesus Remete: Our Lady of Remete Solin: Our Lady of the Island Trški Vrh: Our Lady of Jerusalem Vepric: Our Lady of Lourdes Voćin: Our Lady of Voćin Cultural and natural sites on the UNESCO List of World Heritage There are numerous cultural monuments in Croatia. The most famous are the Old city of Dubrovnik, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the historic town core of Trogir, the early Christian complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, the Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik and the Stari Grad plain on Hvar – all listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The Plitvice Lakes, the most beautiful and most famous national park in Croatia, is our only natural heritage site included on the prestigious UNESCO List. On the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity are the Festivity of Saint Blaise, lace-making in Lepoglava, Hvar and Pag, the annual Carnival bell ringers' pageant from the Kastav region, Procession "Za Križen", ('following the Cross') on the Island of Hvar, two-part singing and playing (music) in the Istrian scale, in Istria and Hrvatsko Primorje, the annual spring procession of 'Kraljice/Ljelje' (queens) from Gorjani, the traditional manufacture of wooden toys in the Hrvatsko zagorje region, the Sinjska alka - a knights' tournament in Sinj, and the gingerbread craft from northern Croatia. Croatia is among the countries with the most protected intangible cultural heritage elements recorded on the UNESCO list. Ojkanje singing features on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.

MAJOR SANCTUARIES Marija Bistrica: Our Lady of Bistrica Trsat: Our Lady of Trsat Sinj: Our Miraculous Lady of Sinj Aljmaš: Our Lady of Consolation Krasno: Our Lady of Krasno Karlovac-Dubovac: St. Joseph

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NATIONAL PARKS The Brijuni Islands - a group of two larger and 12 smaller islands situated off the west coast of the Istrian peninsula. Information: Address: NP Brijuni Brionska 10, 52212 Fažana Tel: +385 52 525 888 Fax: +385 52 525 917 E-mail: brijuni@brijuni.hr Web: www.brijuni.hr

Paklenica - a national park on the southern side of Velebit, the largest mountain massif in Croatia. Information: Address: NP Paklenica Dr. Franje Tuđmana 14a, 23244 Starigrad-Paklenica Tel: +385 23 369 155, +385 23 369 202 Fax: +385 23 359 133 E-mail: np-paklenica@zd.t-com.hr; prezentacija@paklenica.hr Web: www.paklenica.hr

Kornati - the most densely packed archipelago in the Mediterranean, with a total of 89 islands, islets and reefs. Information: Address: NP Kornati Butina 2, 22243 Murter Tel: +385 22 435 740 Fax: +385 22 435 058 E-mail: kornati@kornati.hr Web: www.kornati.hr

The Plitvice Lakes - the oldest and the most popular Croatian national park, listed as a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO. Information: Address: NP Plitvička jezera 53231 Plitvička jezera Tel: +385 53 751 015, +385 53 751 014 Fax: +385 53 751 013 E-mail: info@np-plitvicka-jezera.hr Web: www.np-plitvicka-jezera.hr

Krka - the most beautiful river in Croatia, set within an impressive karst landscape. Information: Address: NP Krka Trg Ivana Pavla II br.5, 22000 Šibenik Tel: +385 22 201 777 Fax: +385 22 336 836, E-mail: anita.matacic@npk.hr Web: www.npkrka.hr

Risnjak - a forested mountain massif to the north of Rijeka, in which a hydro-geomorphologic monument – the source of the river Kupa, is located. Information: Address: NP Risnjak Bijela Vodica 48, 51317 Crni Lug Tel: +385 51 836 133, +385 51 836 261 Fax: +385 51 836 116 E-mail: np-risnjak@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.risnjak.hr

Mljet - an island southwest of Dubrovnik. Information: Address: NP Mljet Pristanište 2, 20226 Goveđari Tel: +385 20 744 041, +385 20 744 058 Fax: +385 20 744 043 E-mail: np-mljet@np-mljet.hr Web: www.np-mljet.hr

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Northern Velebit - the most valued and most attractive part of the Velebit mountain range. Information: Address: NP Sjeverni Velebit Krasno 96, 53274 Krasno Tel: +385 53 665 380 Fax: +385 53 665 390 E-mail: npsv@np-sjeverni-velebit.hr Web: www.np-sjeverni-velebit.hr

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NATURE PARKS

Papuk - the most beautiful part of Slavonia’s highlands; a member of the Association of European Geoparks and of UNESCO’s Global Network of Geoparks. Information: Address: PP Papuk Trg Gospe voćinske bb, 33522 Voćin Tel: +385 34 313 030 Fax: +385 34 313 027 E-mail: kontakt@pp-papuk.hr Web: www.pp-papuk.hr

Biokovo - a mountain above the Makarska Riviera. Information: Address: PP Biokovo Marineta- mala obala 16, 21300 Makarska Tel/Fax: +385 21 616 924 E-mail: park-prirode-biokovo@st.t-com.hr Web: www.biokovo.com Kopački rit - one of the largest preserved wetlands in Europe, situated at the confluence of the Drava and Danube rivers. Information: Address: PP Kopački rit Titov dvorac 1, 31328 Lug Tel: +385 31 285 370 Fax: +385 31 285 380 E-mail: uprava@kopacki-rit.hr Web: www.kopacki-rit.hr

Telašćica - a narrow bay on the southeast side of Dugi otok (Long island), near the Kornati National Park. Information: Address: PP Telašica Ulica D.Grbin d.d., 23281 Sali Tel/Fax: +385 23 377 096 E-mail: telascica@zd.t-com.hr Web: www.telascica.hr Učka - a mountain in the east of Istria, rising above the Kvarner Riviera. Information: Address: PP Učka Liganj 42, 51415 Lovran Tel: +385 51 293 753 Fax: +385 51 293 751 E-mail: park.prirode.ucka@inet.hr Web: www.pp-ucka.hr

Lonjsko polje (Lonja Field) - the largest protected wetland area of the Danube region Information: Address: PP Lonjsko polje Krapje 16, 44325 Krapje Tel: +385 44 611 190 Fax: +385 44 606 449 E-mail: info@pp-lonjsko-polje.hr Web: www.pp-lonjsko-polje.hr

Velebit - covers the major part of the mountain massif of the same name and is the largest protected area in Croatia, included in the UNESCO List of International Biosphere Reserves. Information: Address: PP Velebit Kaniža Gospićka 4b, 53000 Gospić Tel: +385 53 560 450 Fax: +385 53 560 451 E-mail: velebit@pp-velebit.hr Web: www.velebit.hr

Medvednica - a mountain massif to the north of Zagreb. Information: Address: PP Medvednica Bliznec bb, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4586 317 Fax: +385 1 4586 318 E-mail: park.prirode.medvednica@zg.t-com.hr Web: www.pp-medvednica.hr

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ACCOMMODATION

Vransko jezero (Lake Vrana) - Croatia’s largest natural lake. A Nature Park with an Ornithological Reserve, located between Zadar and Šibenik. There are opportunities for sports fishing and bird watching. Information: Address: PP Vransko jezero Kralja Petra Svačića 2, 23510 Biograd n/m Tel: +385 23 383 181 Fax: +385 23 386 453 E-mail: pp-vransko-jezero@zd.t-com.hr Web: www.vransko-jezero.hr

Croatia offers guests accommodation in numerous hotels, tourist resorts, private houses, village houses, apartments, campsites and nudist campsites with a long tradition. In the continental part of Croatia there are many mineral and thermal health spa resorts. Information: Tourist Offices and travel agencies. Youth hostels (Hostelling International hostels) are available in Dubrovnik, Gradac, Pula, Zaostrog, Veli Lošinj, Rijeka, Zadar and Zagreb. Information: Croatian Youth Holiday and Hostel Association Tel: +385 1 4847 474 Fax: +385 1 4870 477 E-mail: info@hfhs.hr Web: www.hfhs.hr

Žumberak-Samobor mountains - picturesque hilly area south-west of Zagreb. Information: Address: PP Žumberak - Samoborsko gorje Slani dol 1, 10430 Samobor Tel: +385 1 3327 660 Fax: +385 1 3327 661 E-mail: park@park-zumberak.hr Web: www.park-zumberak.hr The Lastovo archipelago - belongs to the outer group of islands in southern Dalmatia and, in addition to Lastovo, includes the island groups of Lastovnjaci and Vrhovnjaci, and the Island of Sušac. Information: Address: PP Lastovo otočje Trg Svetog Petra 7, 20289 Ubli Tel: +385 20 801 250 Fax: +385 20 801 252 E-mail: ju.park.prirode.lastovo@du.t-com.hr Web: www.pp-lastovo.hr

NAUTICAL TOURISM AND MARINAS There are 98 nautical tourism ports in Croatia, of which 58 are marinas (10 on dry land). Of the marinas, 21 operate within the ACI Opatija Corporation. The total capacity of all nautical tourism ports is 16,848 berths and 5,209 spaces on dry land. Almost all marinas provide technical services, cranes and various commercial and hospitality services. In addition, numerous charter companies providing vessel rental services and sailing schools can be found in the marinas. Information: Association of Croatian Marinas. Tel: +385 51 209 147 Fax: +385 51 216 033 E-mail: hgkri@hgk.hr Web: www.hgk.hr

Ministry of Culture Information: Tel: +385 1 4866 102 Web: www.min-kulture.hr

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ACI - Adriatic Croatia International Club Opatija Chain of 21 marinas along the Croatian coast Information: Tel: +385 51 271 288 Fax: +385 51 271 824 E-mail: aci@aci-club.hr Web: www.aci-club.hr

prosciuttos, cheeses from the island of Pag and the Lika region, sheep’s cheese, Slavonian kulen (a spicy cured pork meat speciality), the renowned garlic sausages (češnjovka) of Samobor and the Zagorje region, fresh cottage cheese with cream, and more. The main dishes on offer vary depending on the area that you are visiting; In Dalmatia, the Primorje coastal area, on the islands and in Istria, they are based largely on fish and other seafood, while typical meat dishes include pašticada (a stewed lamb dish) and cooked lamb. In continental Croatia, there is a rich selection of meat dishes, including the particularly prized roast turkey with mlinci (boiled rolled pastry), roast lamb, roast suckling pig and boiled or baked štrukli (thin rolled pastry stuffed with fresh cottage cheese and cream). Among desserts, apart from the already mentioned štrukli, there are walnut loaf, poppy seed loaf and cheese or fruit strudel.

Diving: For recreational (tourist) diving, contact registered diving centres that will provide you with all the necessary information and take care of your safety. Information: HGK – Sector for tourism, Section for diving tourism Tel: +385 1 4561 570 Fax: +385 1 4828 499 E-mail: info@croprodive.info Web: www.croprodive.info

FOOD AND DRINK

What to drink? The cultivation of grapes and production of select wines is a centuries-old tradition among Croatian viticulturists both in continental Croatia and the Primorje area (the littoral), and Dalmatia. Some of the best known varieties of Croatian red wines along the Adriatic coast and on the islands are: Dingač, Teran, Merlot, Cabernet, Opolo, Plavac and Postup, while the most appreciated of the white wine varieties are: Malvasia, Pošip, Pinot, Kujundžuša, Žlahtina and Muscat. In continental parts, one can enjoy the famous Riesling, Graševina, Burgundy, Traminac and other wines. As far as spirits go, the most famous are the šljivovica or plum brandy, travarica, lozovača and biska, while among dessert drinks there are Prošek and Maraschino.

Where to eat? Apart from hotels offering both full board and half board accommodation, restaurants, inns, taverns, wine cellars, pizzerias and fast-food restaurants can be found in all cities, tourist towns and along the main roads. Restaurants and inns offering local Croatian cuisine will be of particular interest to gourmets. All foods of animal origin are subject to the same standards as in countries of the European Union and are under constant veterinary and health supervision. What to eat? In addition to standard European cuisine, Croatia offers its most popular local dishes and specialties. Among cold dishes, there are the renowned Dalmatian or Istrian

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DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS

Canadian Embassy Prilaz Gjure Deželića 4, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4881 200 Fax: +385 1 4881 230

Embassy of the Republic of Albania Jurišićeva 2a, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4810 679 Fax: +385 1 4810 682

Embassy of the Republic of Chile Smičiklasova 23/2, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4611 958, +385 4611 959, +385 1 4611 960 Fax: +385 1 4610 328

Apostolic Nunciature Ksaverska cesta 10a, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4673 996, +385 4673 995 Fax: +385 1 4673 997

Embassy of the People’s Republic of China Mlinovi 132, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4637 011 Fax: +385 1 4637 012

Embassy of Australia “Centar Kaptol”, Nova Ves 11/3, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4891 200 Fax: +385 1 4891 216

Embassy of the Czech Republic Romeo Tower, Radnička cesta 47/6, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6177 246 Fax: +385 1 6176 630

Embassy of the Republic of Austria Radnička cesta 80/IX, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4881 050 Fax: +385 1 4834 461

Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 10, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4924 530 Fax: +385 1 4924 554

Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium Pantovčak 125 B I, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4578 901 Fax: +385 1 4578 902 Consular Fax: +385 1 4578 903

Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt Petrova 51/B, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 2310 781, +385 1 2310 798 Fax: +385 1 2310 619

Embassy of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina Torbarova 9, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4501 070 Fax: +385 1 4501 071

Delegation of the European Union Trg Žrtava fašizma 6, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4896 500 Fax: +385 1 4896 555

Embassy of the Federative Republic of Brazil Trg N.Š. Zrinskog 10/1, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4002 250 Fax: +385 1 4002 266

Embassy of the Republic of Finland Miramarska 23, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6312 080 Fax: +385 1 6312 090

Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria Nike Grškovića 31, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4646 609, +385 4646 631 Fax: +385 1 4646 625

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Embassy of the French Republic Hebrangova 2, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4893 600 Fax: +385 1 4893 660

Consulate of the Republic of Ivory Coast Špansko 22, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 3895 127 Fax: +385 1 3893 684

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Ulica grada Vukovara 64, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6300 100 Fax: +385 1 6155 536

Embassy of Japan Boškovićeva 2, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4870 650 Fax: +385 1 4667 334

Embassy of the Republic of Greece Opatička 12, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4810 444 Fax: +385 1 4810 419

Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Gračanska cesta 84, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4645 957 Fax: +385 1 4645 956

Embassy of the Republic of Hungary Pantovčak 257, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4890 900 Fax: +385 1 4579 301

Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan Tomislavov trg 8, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4614 723 Fax: +385 1 4573 796

Embassy of India Kulmerska 23A, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4873 240, +385 1 4873 239 Fax: +385 1 4817 907

Embassy of the Republic of Kosovo Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 1, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4827 741/742/743 Fax: +385 1 4827 721

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran Pantovčak 125c, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4578 983, +385 1 4578 980, +385 1 4578 981 Fax: +385 1 4578 987

Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia Kralja Zvonimira 6/1, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4620 261, +385 1 4572 812 Fax: +385 1 4617 369 Embassy of Malaysia Slavujevac 4a, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4834 346, +385 1 4834 347 Fax: +385 1 4834 348

Consulate General of Ireland Miramarska 23, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6310 025 Fax: +385 1 2413 901

Embassy of the Republic of Malta Pavlinovićeva 1, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 3900 515 Fax: +385 1 3900 575

Embassy of The State of Israel Ulica grada Vukovara 271, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6169 500 Fax: +385 1 6169 555

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 Republic of Italy Medulićeva 22, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4846 386 Fax: +385 1 4846 384

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Embassy of Romania Mlinarska ulica 43, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4677 550, +385 4677 856 Fax: +385 1 4677 854

Embassy of Montenegro Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 1/IV, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4573 362 Fax: +385 1 4573 423

Embassy of the Russian Federation Bosanska 44, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 3755 038, +385 1 3755 039 Fax: +385 1 3755 040

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Medveščak 56, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4642 200 Fax: +385 1 4642 201

Embassy of Serbia Pantovčak 245, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4579 067, +385 4579 068 Fax: +385 1 4573 338

Consulate of New Zealand Vlaška 50a/V, 10000 Zagreb Tel/Fax: +385 1 4612 060

Embassy of the Slovak Republic Prilaz Gjure Deželića 10, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4877 070 Fax: +385 1 4877 078

Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway Petrinjska 9/I, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4922 829, +385 1 4922 831, Fax: +385 1 4922 828

Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Alagovićeva 30/ANNEX, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6311 000, +385 1 6311 011 Fax: +385 1 6177 236

Consulate of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Pasarićeva 12, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 3644 775/776 Fax: +385 1 4617 333

Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain Tuškanac 21a, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4848 950, +385 4834 365, +385 4834 367 Fax: +385 1 4848 711

Consulate of the Republic of Peru Ksaverska cesta 19, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4677 325 Fax: +385 1 4677 324, +385 1 4677 381

Consulate of the Republic of Sudan Vramčeva 17, 10000 Zagreb Tel/Fax: +385 1 4817 613

General Consulate, Republic of the Philippines Tomašićeva 7, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4612 000 Fax: +385 1 4618 414

Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden Frankopanska 22, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4925 100 Fax: +385 1 4925 125

Embassy of the Republic of Poland Krležin Gvozd 3, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4899 444 Fax: +385 1 4834 577

Embassy of Switzerland Bogovićeva 3, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4878 800 Fax: +385 1 4810 890

Embassy of the Portuguese Republic Trg Bana J. Jelačića 5/2, 10000 Zagreb, Tel: +385 1 4882 210, +385 1 4882 211 Fax: +385 1 4920 663

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Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus 1010 Wien, Am Hof 13, Österreich Tel: +43 1 585 38 84 Fax: +43 1 585 38 84 20 E-mail: office@kroatien.at

Consulate of the Kingdom of Thailand Gundulićeva 18/IV, 10000 Zagreb, Tel/Fax: +385 1 4830 359 Embassy of the Republic of Turkey Masarykova 3/II, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4864 660 Fax: +385 1 4864 670

Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus 60313 Frankfurt, Hochstrasse 43, Deutschland Tel: +49 69 2385 350 Fax: +49 69 2385 3520 E-mail: info@visitkroatien.de

Embassy of Ukraine Voćarska 52, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4616 296 Fax: +385 1 4633 726, +385 1 4633 728

Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus 80469 München, Rumfordstrasse 7, Deutschland Tel: +49 89 22 33 44 Fax: +49 89 22 33 77 E-mail: kroatien-tourismus@t-online.de

Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland I.Lučića 4, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6009 100 Fax: +385 1 6009 111

Ente Nazionale Croato per il Turismo 20122 Milano, Piazzetta Pattari 1/3, Italia Tel: +39 02 86 45 44 97, Fax: +39 02 86 45 45 74 E-mail: info@enteturismocroato.it

Embassy of the United States of America Thomasa Jeffersona 2, 10010 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 6612 200 Fax: +385 1 6612 371 Consulate of the Republic of Yemen Biankinijeva 6, 10000 Zagreb Tel/Fax: +385 1 4553 114

Ente Nazionale Croato per il Turismo 00186 Roma, Via dell’ Oca 48, Italia Tel: +39 06 32 11 0396 Fax: +39 0632 11 1462 E-mail: officeroma@enteturismocroato.it

For additional information please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Croatia. E-mail: diplom@mvpei.hr Web: www.mvpei.hr

Chorvatské turistické sdruženi 110 00 Praha 1, Krakovská 25, Česká republika Tel: +420 2 2221 1812 Fax: +420 2 2221 0793 E-mail: infohtz@iol.cz, info@htz.cz

INFORMATION CROATIAN NATIONAL TOURIST BOARD (Hrvatska turistička zajednica) Iblerov trg 10/IV, p.p. 251 10000 Zagreb, Croatia Tel: +385 1 46 99 333, Fax: +385 1 45 57 827 E-mail: info@htz.hr Web: www.croatia.hr

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Chorvátske turistické združenie 821 09 Bratislava, Trenčianska 5, Slovenská republika Tel: +421 2 55 562 054, +421 2 55 415 415 Fax: +421 2 55 422 619 E-mail: infohtz@chello.sk

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Horvát Idegenforgalmi Közösség 1054 Budapest, Akademia u. 1, Magyarország Tel.: +36 1 267 55 88 Fax: +36 1 267 55 99 E-mail: info@htz.hu

Office National Croate du Tourisme 1000 Bruxelles, Vielle Halle aux Blés 38, Belgique Tel: +32 255 018 88 Fax: +32 251 381 60 E-mail: info-croatia@scarlet.be

Office National Croate de Tourisme 75116 Paris, 48, avenue Victor Hugo, France Tel: +33 1 45 00 99 55, +33 1 45 00 99 57 Fax: +33 1 45 00 99 56 E-mail: infos.croatie@wanadoo.fr

Хорватское туpиcтичeckoe cooбщecтвo 123610 Moscow, Krasnopresnenskaya nab. 12, office 1502, Russia Tel: +7 495 258 15 07 Fax: +7 495 258 15 07 E-mail: HTZ@wtt.ru

Croatian National Tourist Office 2 Lanchesters, 162-164 Fulham Palace Road, London W6 9ER, United Kingdom Tel: +44 208 563 79 79 Fax: +44 208 563 26 16 E-mail: info@croatia-london.co.uk

Hrvaška turistična skupnost 1000 Ljubljana, Gosposvetska 2, Slovenija Tel: +386 1 230 7400 Fax: +386 1 230 7404 E-mail: hrinfo@siol.net Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus 8004 Zürich, Badenerstr, 332, Switzerland Tel: +41 43 336 2030 Fax: +41 43 336 2039 E-mail: info@kroatien.tourismus.ch

Croatian National Tourist Office New York 10118, 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4003, U.S.A. Tel: +1 212 279 8672 Fax: +1 212 279 8683 E-mail: cntony@earthlink.net

Oficina de Turismo de Croacia 28001 Madrid, Calle Claudio Coello 22, esc. B,1˚C, Espana Tel: + 3491 781 5514 Fax: + 3491 431 8443 E-mail: info@visitacroacia.es

Narodowy Ośrodek Informacji Turystycznej Republiki Chorwacji 00-675 Warszawa, IPC Business Center, Ul. Koszykowa 54, Polska, Tel: +48 22 828 51 93, Fax: +48 22 828 51 90 E-mail: info@chorwacja.home.pl

Kroatiens Turistkontor Bjørnholms Allé 20; 8260 Viby J; Danmark Telefon: +45 70 266 860 Telefaks: +45 70 239 500 E-mail: info@altomkroatien.dk

Kroatiska Turistbyrån 11135 Stockholm, Kungsgatan 24, Sverige Tel: +46 853 482 080 Fax: +46 820 24 60 E-mail: croinfo@telia.com

Japan Ark Hills Executive Tower N613, Akasaka 1-14-5, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 Tel: +81 03 6234 0711 Fax: +81 03 6234 0712 E-mail: info@visitcroatia.jp

Kroatisch Nationaal Bureau Voor Toerisme 1081 GG Amsterdam, Nijenburg 2F, Netherlands Tel: +31 20 661 64 22, Fax: +31 20 661 64 27 E-mail: kroatie-info@planet.nl

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COUNTY TOURIST OFFICES

Krapina-Zagorje County Krambergerova 1, 49000 Krapina Tel/Fax: +385 49 233 653 E-mail: infro@tz-zagorje.hr Web: www.tz-zagorje.hr

Bjelovar-Bilogora County Trg Eugena Kvartenika 4, 43000 Bjelovar Tel: +385 43 243 944 Fax: +385 43 241 229 E-mail: info@tzbbz.hr Web: www.tzbbz.hr

Lika-Senj County Budačka 12, 53000 Gospić Tel/Fax: +385 53 574 687 E-mail: tzz-licko-senjske@gs.t-com.hr Web: www.lickosenjska.com

Brod-Posavina County Petra Krešimira IV br. 1, 35000 Slavonski Brod Tel: +385 35 408 393 Fax: +385 35 408 392 E-mail: turisticka-zajednica.bpz@sb.htnet.hr Web: www.tzbpz.hr

Međimurje County Športska 2, 40000 Čakovec Tel/Fax: +385 40 390 191 E-mail: info@tzm.hr Web: www.tzm.hr

Dubrovnik-Neretva County Vukovarska 24, 20000 Dubrovnik Tel: +385 20 324 999 Fax: +385 20 324 224 E-mail: info@visitdubrovnik.hr Web: www.visitdubrovnik.hr

Osijek-Baranja County Kapucinska 40, 31000 Osijek Tel: +385 31 214 852 Fax: +385 31 214 853 E-mail: info@tzosbarzup.hr Web: www.tzosbarzup.hr

Istria County Pionirska 1, 52440 Poreč Tel: +385 52 452 797 Fax: +385 52 452 796 E-mail: info@istra.hr Web: www.istra.hr

Požega-Slavonia County Županijska 7, 34000 Požega Tel: +385 34 290 177 Fax: +385 34 290 226 E-mail: kontakt@tzzps.hr Web: www.tzzps.hr

Karlovac County Ambroza Vraniczanya 6, 47000 Karlovac Tel: +385 47 615 320 Fax: +385 47 601 415 E-mail: info@tzkz.hr Web: www.tzkt.hr

Primorje-Gorski Kotar County N. Tesle 2, 51410 Opatija Tel: +385 51 272 988, +385 51 272 665 Fax: +385 51 272 909 E-mail: kvarner@kvarner.hr Web: www.kvarner.hr

Koprivnica-Križevci County Antuna Nemčića 5, 48000 Koprivnica Tel: +385 48 624 408 Fax: +385 48 624 407 E-mail: ured@tz-kckz.com Web: www.tz-koprivnicko-krizevacka.hr

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Sisak-Moslavina County Stjepana i Antuna Radića 28/II, 44000 Sisak Tel: +385 44 540 163 Fax: +385 44 540 164 E-mail: tzsmz@email.t-com.hr www.turizam-smz.hr

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TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES

Split-Dalmatia County Prilaz braće Kaliterna 10/I, 21000 Split Tel/Fax: +385 21 490 032, +385 21 490 033, +385 21 490 036 E-mail: info@dalmatia.hr Web: www.dalmatia.hr

ISTRIA ISTRIA COUNTY HALO ISTRIA Address: Dalmatinova 4, 52100 Pula Telephone: +385 52 880 088 Fax: +385 52 858 400 E-mail: info@istra.hr; info@istra.com Web: www.istra.hr; www.istra.com

Šibenik-Knin County Fra N. Ružića bb, 22000 Šibenik Tel: +385 22 219 072 Fax: +385 22 212 346 E-mail: info@sibenikregion.com Web: www.sibenikregion.com

FUNTANA Address: Bernarda Borisija 2, 52452 Funtana Telephone: +385 52 445 119 Fax: +385 52 445 124 E-mail: info@istria-funtana.com Web: www.istria-funtana.com

Varaždin County Kratka 1, 42000 Varaždin Tel: +385 42 210 096 Fax: +385 42 210 073 E-mail: tz.var.zupanije@vz.t-com.hr www.turizam-vzz.hr

LABIN Address: Aldo Negri 20, 52220 Labin Telephone: +385 52 855 560 Fax: +385 52 855 560 E-mail: info@istria-rabac.com Web: www.istria-rabac.com

Virovitica-Podravina County Masarykova 6, 33000 Virovitica Tel: +385 33 726 069 Fax: +385 33 722 060 E-mail: ured@tzvpz.hr Web: www.tzvpz.hr

MEDULIN Address: Centar 223, 52203 Medulin Telephone: +385 52 577 145 Fax: +385 52 577 227 E-mail: info@istria-medulin.com Web: www.istria-medulin.com

Vukovar-Srijem County Glagoljaška 27, 32100 Vinkovci Tel/Fax: +385 32 344 034 E-mail: turisticka-zajednica@vk.t-com.hr Web: www.tzvsz.hr Zadar County Sv. Leopolda Bogdana Mandića 1, 23000 Zadar Tel/Fax: +385 23 315 316 E-mail: tz-zd-zup@zd.t-com.hr Web: www.zadar.hr

NOVIGRAD Address: Mandrač 29a, 52466 Novigrad Telephone: +385 52 758 011 Fax: +385 52 757 075 E-mail: info@istria-novigrad.com Web: www.istria-novigrad.com

Zagreb County Preradovićeva 42, 10000 Zagreb Tel: +385 1 4873 665 Fax: +385 1 4873 670 E-mail: info@tzzz.hr Web: www.tzzz.hr

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POREČ Address: Zagrebačka 9, 52440 Poreč Telephone: +385 52 451 293 Fax: +385 52 451 665 E-mail: info@istria-porec.com Web: www.istria-porec.com

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PULA Address: Forum 3, 52100 Pula Telephone: +385 52 219 197 Fax: +385 52 211 855 E-mail: info@istria-pula.com Web: www.istria-pula.com

KVARNER INFO - OPATIJA Address: Mučići bb, 51215 Matulji Telephone: +385 51 279 816 Fax: +385 51 279 817 E-mail: opatija@opatija-tourism.hr Web: www.opatija-tourism.hr

ROVINJ Address: Obala Pina Budicina 12, 52210 Rovinj Telephone: +385 52 811 566 Fax: +385 52 816 007 E-mail: info@istria-rovinj.com Web: www.istria-rovinj.com

KVARNER INFO - SOUTH Address: Kralja Tomislava 6, 51250 Novi Vinodolski Telephone: +385 51 791 171 Fax: +385 51 224 306 E-mail: info@tz-novi-vinodolski.hr Web: www.tz-novi-vinodolski.hr

UMAG Address: Trgovačka 6, 52470 Umag Telephone: +385 52 741 363 Fax: +385 52 741 649 E-mail: info@istria-umag.com Web: www.istria-umag.com

KVARNER INFO - RIJEKA AIRPORT Address: Hamec 1, 51513 Omišalj Telephone: +385 51 841 865 Fax: +385 51 841 892 E-mail: infopunkt@krk.hr Web: www.krk.hr

VRSAR Address: Rade Končara 46, 52450 Vrsar Telephone: +385 52 441 746 Fax: +385 52 441 187 E-mail: info@istria-vrsar.com Web: www.istria-vrsar.com

INFO GORSKI KOTAR Address: Lujzinska cesta 47, 51300 Delnice Telephone: +385 51 812 156 Fax: +385 51 812 156 E-mail: tz-grada-delnica@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-delnice.hr

CENTRAL ISTRIA Address: Franine i Jurine 14, 52000 Pazin Telephone: +385 52 622 460 Fax: +385 52 616 886 E-mail: info@istria-central.com Web: www.istria-central.com

RIJEKA Address: Korzo 33a, 51000 Rijeka Telephone: +385 51 335 882 Fax: +385 51 214 706 E-mail: tic@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-rijeka.hr

KVARNER

CRIKVENICA Address: Trg S. Radića 1c, 51260 Crikvenica Telephone: +385 51 241 051 Fax: +385 51 241 867 E-mail: info@tzg-crikvenice.hr Web: www.tzg-crikvenice.hr

PRIMORJE-GORSKI KOTAR COUNTY KVARNER INFO - VRATA JADRANA Address: Čikovići bb, 51215 Kastav Telephone: +385 51 623 333 Fax: +385 51 623 334 E-mail: info@kvarner.hr Web: www.kvarner.hr

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KRK Address: Obala hrvatske mornarice 3, 51500 Krk Telephone: +385 51 220 226 Fax: +385 51 220 226 E-mail: tz-krk@hi.t-com.hr, tz@tz-krk.hr Web: www.tz-krk.hr

OMIŠALJ Address: Prikešte 11, 51513 Omišalj Telephone: +385 51 841 042 Fax: +385 51 841 042 E-mail: tzo-njivice@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-njivice-omisalj.hr PUNAT Address: Pod Topol 2, 51521 Punat Telephone: +385 51 854 860 Fax: +385 51 854 970 E-mail: info@tzpunat.hr Web: www.tzpunat.hr

CRES Address: Cons 10, 51557 Cres Telephone: +385 51 571 535 Fax: +385 51 571 535 E-mail: tzg-cresa@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tzg-cres.hr

FUŽINE Address: Sv. Križ 2, 51322 Fužine Telephone: +385 51 835 163 Fax: +385 51 830 000 E-mail: tzo-fuzine@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-fuzine.hr

MALI LOŠINJ Address: Riva lošinjskih kapetana 29, 51550 Mali Lošinj Telephone: +385 51 231 547 Fax: +385 51 233 373 E-mail: tzg-mali-losinj@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-malilosinj.hr

SELCE Address: Šetalište Ivana Jeličića 1, 51266 Selce Telephone: +385 51 765 165 Fax: +385 51 765 165 E-mail: td-selce@tzg-crikvenica.hr Web: www.tzselce.hr

RAB Address: Trg Municipium Arba 8, 51280 Rab Telephone: +385 51 771 111 Fax: +385 51 771 110 E-mail: tzg-raba@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tzg-rab.hr

DALMATIA - ZADAR

BAŠKA Address: Kralja Zvonimira 114 (P.P. 7), 51523 Baška Telephone: +385 51 856 817 Fax: +385 51 856 544 E-mail: tz-baska@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-baska.hr

ZADAR COUNTY BIOGRAD N/M Address: Trg hrvatskih velikana 2, 23210 Biograd n/m Telephone: +385 23 383 123 Fax: +385 23 383 123 E-mail: info@tzg-biograd.hr Web: www.visitzadar.net

MALINSKA Address: Obala 46, 51511 Malinska Telephone: +385 51 859 207 Fax: +385 51 858 254 E-mail: tzo-malinska@ri.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-malinska.hr

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PAG Address: Od špitala 2, 23250 Pag Telephone: +385 23 611 286 Fax: +385 23 611 301 E-mail: tzg-paga1@zd.t-com.hr Web: www.pag-tourism.hr

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SV. FILIP I JAKOV Address: Obala kralja Tomislava 16, 23207 Sv. Filip i Jakov Telephone: +385 23 389 071 Fax: +385 23 389 239 E-mail: info@sv-filipjakov.hr Web: www.sv-filipjakov.hr

ZADAR Address: Mihe Klaića 1, 23000 Zadar Telephone: +385 23 316 166 Fax: +385 23 211 781 E-mail: info@tzzadar.hr Web: www.visitzadar.net NIN Address: Trg braće Radića 3, 23232 Nin Telephone: +385 23 264 280 Fax: +385 23 265 247 E-mail: tzg-nina@zd.t-com.hr Web: www.nin.hr

DALMATIA - ŠIBENIK ŠIBENIK - KNIN COUNTY ŠIBENIK Address: Obala Dr. Franje Tuđmana 5, 22000 Šibenik Telephone: +385 22 214 411 Fax: +385 22 214 266 E-mail: tz.grada.sibenika@si.t-com.hr Web: www.sibenik-tourism.hr

STARIGRAD Address: Trg Tome Marasovića 1, 23244 Starigrad Telephone: +385 23 369 245 Fax: +385 23 369 255 E-mail: info@rivijera-paklenica.hr Web: www.rivijera-paklenica.hr

VODICE Address: Obala Vladimira Nazora bb, 22211 Vodice Telephone: +385 22 443 888 Fax: +385 22 442 111 E-mail: info@vodice.hr Web: www.vodice.hr

ZATON Address: Zadarska cesta 39a, 23232 Zaton-Nin Telephone: +385 23 265 461 Fax: +385 23 265 462 E-mail: zaton-zd@inet.hr Web: www.zaton-zd.hr

BETINA Address: Trg na moru 2, 22244 Betina Telephone: +385 22 436 522 Fax: +385 22 436 523 E-mail: tz-betina@si.t-com.hr

VIR Address: Put mula bb, 23234 Vir Telephone: +385 23 362 169 Fax: +385 23 362 169 E-mail: tzo-vir@zd.t-com.hr Web: www.otok-vir.info

BILICE Address: Bosuć 3, Bilice, 22000 Šibenik Telephone: +385 22 310 599 Fax: +385 22 310 528 Web: www.opcina-bilice.hr

PAKOŠTANE Address: Kraljice Jelene 78, 23211 Pakoštane Telephone: +385 23 381 892 Fax: +385 23 381 608 E-mail: tzo-pakostane@zd.t-com.hr Web: www.pakostane.hr

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BRODARICA - KRAPANJ Address: Krapanjskih spužvara 1, 22207 Krapanj-Brodarica Telephone: +385 22 350 612 Fax: +385 22 350 612 E-mail: info@tz-brodarica.hr Web: www.tz-brodarica.hr

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DRNIŠ Address: Domovinskog rata 5, 22320 Drniš Telephone: +385 22 886 619 Fax: +385 22 886 609 E-mail: info@tz-drnis.hr Web: www.tz-drnis.hr

PRIMOŠTEN Address: Trg Biskupa Arnerića 2, 22202 Primošten Telephone: +385 22 571 111 Fax: +385 22 571 703 E-mail: tz-primosten@si.htnet.hr Web: www.tz-primosten.hr

GREBAŠTICA Address: Grebaštica donja bb, 22216 Grebaštica Telephone: +385 22 577 044 Fax: +385 22 577 044 E-mail: info@tz-grebastica.hr Web: www.tz-grebastica.hr

ROGOZNICA Address: Obala Kneza Domagoja bb, 22203 Rogoznica Telephone: +385 22 559 253 Fax: +385 22 558 030 E-mail: turisticka-zajednica@si.htnet.hr Web: www.rogoznica.net

JEZERA Address: Put Zaratića 3, 22244 Jezera Telephone: +385 22 439 120 Fax: +385 22 439 905 E-mail: turisticka-zajednica-jezera@si.htnet.hr Web: www.summernet.hr/jezera

SKRADIN Address: Trg Male Gospe 3, 22222 Skradin Telephone: +385 22 771 306 Fax: +385 22 771 336 E-mail: tz-skradin@si.htnet.hr Web: www.skradin.hr

KNIN Address: Tuđmanova 24, 22300 Knin Telephone: +385 22 664 822 Fax: +385 22 664 819 E-mail: info@tz-knin.hr Web: www.tz-knin.hr

TISNO Address: Istočna Gomilica 1A, 22240 Tisno Telephone: +385 22 438 604 Fax: +385 22 438 603 E-mail: tz-opcine-tisno@si.htnet.hr Web: www.tz-tisno.hr

MURTER - KORNATI Address: Rudina bb, 22244 Murter Telephone: +385 22 434 995 Fax: +385 22 434 950 E-mail: tz-murter@si.t-com.hr Web: www.tzo-murter.hr

TRIBUNJ Address: Badnje bb, 22212 Tribunj Telephone: +385 22 446 143 Fax: +385 22 446 143 E-mail: tztribunj@inet.hr Web: www.tz-tribunj.hr

PIROVAC Address: Kralja Krešimira IV br. 6, 22213 Pirovac Telephone: +385 22 466 770 Fax: +385 22 466 770 E-mail: tz-pirovac@si.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-pirovac.hr

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ZLARIN Address: Zlarin bb, 22232 Zlarin Telephone: +385 22 553 557 E-mail: tzzlarin@net.hr

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DALMATIA - SPLIT

VIS Address: Šetalište stare Isse 2, 21480 Vis Telephone: +385 21 717 017 Fax: +385 21 717 018 E-mail: tzg-visa@st.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-vis.hr

SPLIT-DALMATIA COUNTY HVAR Address: Trg Sv. Stjepana 16, 21450 Hvar Telephone: +385 21 741 059 Fax: +385 21 741 059 E-mail: tzg-hvar@st.t-com.hr Web: www.tzhvar.hr

DALMATIA - DUBROVNIK DUBROVNIK-NERETVA COUNTY

MAKARSKA Address: Obala kralja Tomislava bb, 21300 Makarska Telephone: +385 21 612 002 Fax: +385 21 616 288 E-mail: tzg-makarska@st.t-com.hr Web: www.makarska.hr

STON Address: Pelješka cesta 2, 20230 Ston Telephone: +385 20 754 452 Fax: +385 20 754 452 E-mail: tzston@du.t-com.hr Web: www.tzo-ston.hr KLEK Address: Trg palmi 1, 20356 Klek Telephone: +385 20 691 336 Fax: +385 20 691 336 E-mail: tzm.klek@du.t-com.hr

SINJ Address: Vrlička 41, 21230 Sinj Telephone: +385 21 826 352 Fax: +385 21 826 352 E-mail: tzg-sinja@st.t-com.hr Web: www.sinj.hr

OREBIĆ Address: Trg Mimbeli bb, 20250 Orebić Telephone: +385 20 713 718 Fax: +385 20 714 001 E-mail: tz-orebic@du.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-orebic.com

SPLIT Address: Peristil bb, 21000 Split Telephone: +385 21 345 606 Fax: +385 21 348 604 E-mail: turistinfo@visitsplit.com Web: www.visitsplit.com

KORČULA Address: Obala Vinka Paletina, 20260 Korčula Telephone: +385 20 715 867 Fax: +385 20 715 866 E-mail: tzg-korcule@du.t-com.hr Web: www.korcula.net

SUPETAR Address: Porat 1, 21400 Supetar Telephone: +385 21 630 551 Fax: +385 21 630 551 E-mail: tzg-supetar@st.t-com.hr Web: www.supetar.hr

VELA LUKA Address: Obala 3 br. 19, 20270 Vela Luka Telephone: +385 20 813 619 Fax: +385 20 813 619 E-mail: tzo-vela-luka@du.t-com.hr Web: www.vela-luka.net

TROGIR Address: Trg Pape Ivana Pavla II 1, 21220 Trogir Telephone: +385 21 885 628 Fax: +385 21 885 628 E-mail: tzg-trogira@st.t-com.hr Web: www.trogir.hr

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LUMBARDA Address: 20263 Lumbarda, Telephone: +385 20 712 005 Fax: +385 20 712 005 E-mail: tz-lumbarda@du.t-com.hr

LASTOVO Address: 20290 Lastovo Telephone: +385 20 801 018 Fax: +385 20 801 140 E-mail: tz-lastovo@du.t-com.hr Web: www.lastovo-tz.net

BLATO Address: 20271 Blato Telephone: +385 20 851 850 Fax: +385 20 851 241 E-mail: tz-blato@du.t-com.hr Web: www.blato.hr

SOBRA Address: Sobra, 20225 Babino Polje Telephone: +385 20 746 025 Fax: +385 20 746 025 E-mail: tz-mjesta@du.t-com.hr Web: www.mljet.hr

BRNA Address: Brna, 20272 Smokvica Telephone: +385 20 832 255 Fax: +385 20 832 188 E-mail: tzo-smokvica@du.t-com.hr

SLANO Address: 20232 Slano Telephone: +385 20 871 236 Fax: +385 20 871 236 E-mail: tzo-dubrovacko-primorje@du.t-com.hr

DRAČE Address: Drače, 20246 Janjina Telephone: +385 98 1701 850 Fax: +385 20 741 005 E-mail: tzo-janjina@du.t-com.hr

DUBROVNIK Address: Brsalje, 20000 Dubrovnik Telephone: +385 20 312 011 Fax: +385 20 323 725 E-mail: info@tzdubrovnik.hr Web: www.tzdubrovnik.hr

LIKA - KARLOVAC

ŽUPA DUBROVAČKA Address: Srebreno, 20207 Mlini Telephone: +385 20 486 254 Fax: +385 20 487 003 E-mail: tz-zupa-dubrovacka@du.t-com.hr Web: www.dubrovnik.riviera.com

KARLOVAC COUNTY KARLOVAC Address: Trg Petra Zrinskog 3, 47000 Karlovac Telephone: +385 47 615 320 Fax: +385 47 600 602 E-mail: info@karlovac-touristinfo.hr Web: www.karlovac-touristinfo.hr

CAVTAT Address: Zidine 6, 20210 Cavtat Telephone: +385 20 478 025 Fax: +385 20 479 025 E-mail: tzcavtat-konavle@du.t-com.hr Web: www.tzcavtat-konavle.hr

RAKOVICA Address: Grabovac bb, 47245 Grabovac Telephone: +385 47 784 303 Fax: +385 47 784 039 E-mail: info@rakovica.hr Web: www.rakovica.hr

TRPANJ Address: Žalo 7, 20240 Trpanj Telephone: +385 20 743 433 Fax: +385 20 743 290 E-mail: tzo-trpanj@du.t-com.hr

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OGULIN Address: Alojzija Stepinca 1, 47300 Ogulin Telephone: +385 47 532 278 Fax: +385 47 532 278 E-mail: tz-grada-ogulina@ka.htnet.hr, aleksandra@tz-grada-ogulina.hr Web: www.tz-ogulina.hr

BJELOVAR Address: Trg E. Kvaternika 2, 43000 Bjelovar Telephone: +385 43 243 944 Fax: +385 43 241 229 E-mail: info@tzbbz.hr, tz.grada-bjelovara@bj.htnet.hr Web: www.tzbbz.hr

SLUNJ Address: Rastoke bb, Rastoke, 47240 Slunj Telephone: +385 47 777 630 Fax: +385 47 777 630 E-mail: info@tz-slunj.hr Web: www.tz-slunj.hr

KOPRIVNICA - KRIŽEVCI COUNTY KOPRIVNICA Address: Trg bana Jelačića 7, 48000 Koprivnica Telephone: +385 48 621 433 Fax: +385 48 623 178 E-mail: tzg-koprivnica@kc.t-com.hr Web: www.koprivnicatourism.com

LIKA-SENJ COUNTY PLITVICE LAKES Address: Rastovača b.b., 53230 Korenica Telephone: +385 53 751 058 E-mail: info@tzplitvice.hr Web: www.tzplitvice.hr

KRIŽEVCI Address: Nemčićev trg 6, 48260 Križevci Telephone: +385 48 681 199 Fax: +385 48 681 199 E-mail: vlasta.klicek@gmail.com

NOVALJA Address: Trg Briščić 1, 53291 Novalja Telephone: +385 53 661 404 Fax: +385 53 663 238 E-mail: info@tz-novalja.hr Web: www.tz-novalja.hr

KRAPINA - ZAGORJE COUNTY KRAPINA Address: Magistratska 11, 49000 Krapina Telephone: +385 49 371 330 Fax: +385 49 371 330 E-mail: tzg-krapina@kr.t-com.hr Web: www.krapina.hr

SENJ Address: Stara cesta 2, 53270 Senj Telephone: +385 53 881 068 Fax: +385 53 881 219 E-mail: info@tz-senj.hr Web: www.tz-senj.hr

MARIJA BISTRICA Address: Zagrebačka bb, 49246 Marija Bistrica Telephone: +385 49 468 380 Fax: +385 49 301 011 E-mail: tz@info-marija-bistrica.hr Web: www.info-marija-bistrica.hr

CENTRAL CROATIA BJELOVAR - BILOGORA COUNTY DARUVAR Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 14, 43500 Daruvar Telephone: +385 43 331 382 Fax: +385 43 331 285 E-mail: tic@daruvar.hr Web: www.tz-daruvar.hr

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STUBIČKE TOPLICE Address: Viktora Šipeka 24, 49244 Stubičke Toplice Telephone: +385 49 282 727 Fax: +385 49 283 404 E-mail: tzo@stubicketoplice.hr Web: www.stubicketoplice.hr

SVETI MARTIN NA MURI Address: Trg Sv. Martina 7, 40313 Sv. Martin na Muri Telephone: +385 40 868 619 Fax: +385 40 868 922 E-mail: info@svetimartin.hr Web: www.svetimartin.hr

KRAPINSKE TOPLICE Address: Zagrebačka 4, 49217 Krapinske Toplice Telephone: +385 49 232 106 Fax: +385 49 232 106 E-mail: tzo-krapinske-toplice@kr.t-com.hr Web: www.krapinsketoplice.net

PRELOG Address: Glavna 33, 40313 Prelog Telephone: +385 40 638 085 Fax: +385 40 645 303 E-mail: dom_kulture@hi.t-com.hr Web: www.prelog.hr ŠTRIGOVA Address: Štrigova 29, 40312 Štrigova Telephone: +385 40 851 325 Fax: +385 40 851 325 E-mail: tic-strigova@hi.t-com.hr Web: www.tic-strigova.hr

KLANJEC Address: Trg A. Mihanovića 3, 49290 Klanjec Telephone: +385 49 558 235 Fax: +385 49 500 878 E-mail: gkk@post.t-com.hr

SISAK - MOSLAVINA COUNTY

OROSLAVJE Address: Milana Prpića 73, 49243 Oroslavje Telephone: +385 49 284 370 Fax: +385 49 284 370 E-mail: tzgo@net4u.hr

SISAK Address: Rimska bb, 44000 Sisak Telephone: +385 44 522 655 Fax: +385 44 521 615 E-mail: tzg-siska@sk.t-com.hr Web: www.sisakturist.com

TUHELJ Address: Gajeva 4, Tuheljske Toplice, 49215 Tuhelj Telephone: +385 49 556 630 Fax: +385 49 556 630 E-mail: tz.tuhelj@post.t-com.hr

KUTINA Address: Crkvena 42, 44320 Kutina Telephone: +385 44 681 004 Fax: +385 44 680 110 E-mail: ured@turizam-kutina.hr Web: www.turizam-kutina.hr

MEĐIMURJE COUNTY

LONJSKO POLJE NATURE PARK Address: Krapje 30, 44325 Krapje Telephone: +385 44 672 080, 606 449 E-mail: info@pp-lonjsko-polje.hr Web: www.pp-lonjsko-polje.hr

ČAKOVEC Address: Kralja Tomislava 1, 40000 Čakovec Telephone: +385 40 313 319 Fax: +385 40 310 991 E-mail: tzg-cakovca@ck.t-com.hr Web: www.tourism-cakovec.hr

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VARAŽDIN COUNTY

ZAGREB COUNTY

VARAŽDIN Address: Ivana Padovca 3, 42000 Varaždin Telephone: +385 42 210 987, 210 985 E-mail: tzg-varazdina@vz.t-com.hr Web: www.tourism-varazdin.hr

SAMOBOR Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 5, 10430 Samobor Telephone: +385 1 3360 044 Fax: +385 1 3360 050 E-mail: info@tz-samobor.hr Web: www.tz-samobor.hr

VARAŽDINSKE TOPLICE Address: Trg Slobode 16, 42223 Varaždinske Toplice Telephone: +385 42 633 133, 205 635 E-mail: info@toplice-vz.hr Web: www.toplice-vz.hr

JASTREBARSKO Address: Strossmayerov trg 4, 10450 Jastrebarsko Telephone: +385 1 6272 940 Fax: +385 1 6272 940 E-mail: info@tzgj.hr Web: www.tzgj.hr

CITY OF ZAGREB

IVANIĆ GRAD Address: Moslavačka 11, 10310 Ivanić-Grad Telephone: +385 1 2881 591 Fax: +385 1 2881 591 E-mail: info@tzig.hr Web: www.tzig.hr

TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE Address: Trg bana J.Jelačića 11, 10000 Zagreb Telephone: +385 1 4814 051 Fax: +385 1 4814 056 E-mail: info@zagreb-touristinfo.hr Web: www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr

VELIKA GORICA Address: Kurilovečka 2, 10410 Velika Gorica Telephone: +385 1 6221 666 Fax: +385 1 6222 378 E-mail: tzvg@tzvg.hr Web: www.tzvg.hr

TOURIST INFO POINT Address: Zrakoplovna luka Zagreb, Pleso bb, 10150 Zagreb Telephone: +385 1 6265 091 E-mail: airport@zagreb-touristinfo.hr Web: www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr

SVETA NEDELJA Address: Trg Ante Starčevića 2, 10431 Sveta Nedelja Telephone: +385 1 3373 919 Fax: +385 1 3373 919 E-mail: info@svetanedelja.hr Web: www.svetanedelja.hr

TOURIST INFO POINT Address: Glavni željeznički kolodvor, Trg kralja Tomislava 12, 10000 Zagreb Telephone: +385 99 2109 918 E-mail: gkolodvor@zagreb-touristinfo.hr Web: www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr

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OSIJEK - BARANJA COUNTY

ZAPREŠIĆ Address: Trg žrtava fašizma 9, 10290 Zaprešić Telephone: +385 1 3310 309 Fax: +385 1 3310 309 E-mail: tz-zapresic@zg.t-com.hr Web: www.zapresic.hr

KOPAČKI RIT NATURE PARK Address: Ritska bb (Uprava: Titov dvorac 1), 31327 Kopačevo, Kopački rit (Uprava: Tikveš, Lug) Telephone: +385 31 752 320 Fax: +385 31 752 321 E-mail: prijemni.centar@kopacki-rit.hr Web: www.kopacki-rit.hr

KRAŠIĆ Address: Krašić 102, 10454 Krašić Telephone: +385 1 6270 910 Fax: +385 1 6270 910 E-mail: krasic@tzzz.hr

ĐAKOVO Address: K. Tomislava 3, 31400 Đakovo Telephone: +385 31 812 319 Fax: +385 31 822 319 E-mail: tz-grada-djakova@os.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-djakovo.hr

SLAVONIA BROD - POSAVINA COUNTY

DONJI MIHOLJAC Address: Trg Ante Starčevića 2 (TZ: Vukovarska 1), 31540 Donji Miholjac Telephone: +385 31 633 103 Fax: +385 31 633 103 E-mail: tzdm@tz-donjimiholjac.hr Web: www.tz-donjimiholjac.hr

NOVA GRADIŠKA Address: M.A.Relkovića br.9, 35400 Nova Gradiška Telephone: +385 35 361 494 Fax: +385 35 361 494 E-mail: tzgng@email.t-com.hr Web: www.tzgng.hr TVRĐAVA BROD Address: Vukovarska bb, 35000 Slavonski Brod Telephone: +385 35 411 442 E-mail: brod-turist@sb.t-com.hr Web: www.tzgsb.hr

BILJE Address: Kralja Zvonimira 10, 31327 Bilje Telephone: +385 31 751 480 Fax: +385 31 751 481 E-mail: info@tzo-bilje.hr Web: www.tzo-bilje.hr

BROD - TURIST Address: Trg Pobjede br.13, 35000 Slavonski Brod Telephone: +385 35 445 765 Fax: +385 35 448 594 E-mail: brod-turist@sb.t-com.hr Web: www.tzgsb.hr

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OSIJEK - UPPER TOWN Address: Županijska 2, 31000 Osijek Telephone: +385 31 203 755 Fax: +385 31 203 947 E-mail: grad-osijek@os.t-com.hr Web: www.tzosijek.hr

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VIROVITICA - PODRAVINA COUNTY

OSIJEK - FORTRESS Address: Trg Sv. Trojstva 5, 31000 Osijek Telephone: +385 31 210 120 Fax: +385 31 210 120 E-mail: grad-osijek@os.t-com.hr Web: www.tzosijek.hr

VIROVITICA Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 1, 33000 Virovitica Telephone: +385 33 721 241 Fax: +385 33 721 241 E-mail: virovitica@hi.t-com.hr Web: www.virovitica.hr

BELI MANASTIR Address: Imre Nagya 2, 31300 Beli Manastir Telephone: +385 31 702 080 Fax: +385 31 702 080 E-mail: info@tzbaranje.hr Web: www.tzbaranje.hr

SLATINA Address: Trg Sv. Josipa 1, 33520 Slatina Telephone: +385 33 553 629 Fax: +385 33 553 629 E-mail: tz-grada-slatine@vt.t-com.hr

BARANJA Address: M. Tita 90, 31307 Zmajevac Telephone: +385 31 734 131 Fax: +385 31 734 131 E-mail: info@tzbaranje.hr Web: www.tzbaranje.hr

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VUKOVAR - SRIJEM COUNTY VINKOVCI Address: Trg Bana Josipa Šokčevića 3, 32100 Vinkovci Telephone: +385 32 334 653 Fax: +385 32 334 658 E-mail: turisticka.zajednica@vk.t-com.hr Web: www.tz-vinkovci.hr

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IMPRESSUM: PUBLISHED BY: Croatian National Tourist Board in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure, Ministry of Culture, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development – Administration for Veterinary Medicine, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, the Croatian Automobile Club (HAK) and the Croatian Motorways Company, Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Croatian Railways, National Office for Protection and Rescue and Croatian Radio.

Dear Guests: For your personal comfort and in order to respect the law, please check that you have been properly registered for the entire period of your stay in our country from the date of your arrival to the date of your departure.

All information collected and updated by the Information Department of the Croatian National Tourist Board.

Your verification is especially important if you are staying in private accommodation, both for the quality of service rendered and for your own personal safety, and for the prevention of the illegal activities of hosts who are not licensed to provide accommodation services.

PUBLISHING DIRECTOR Niko Bulić, M.Sc. EDITOR Slavija Jačan Obratov DESIGN: ZVIZ PHOTOS: Damil Kalogjera, Romeo Ibrišević, Ivo Pervan, Damir Fabijanić, Juraj Kopač, Braslav Karlić, Andrija Carli, Petar Trinajstić, Mario Romulić, Mario Brzić, Milan Babić, Saša Pjanić, Ante Zubović, Vesna Štajner, Josip Mandračević, Goran Vranić

We thank you for your cooperation and wish you a pleasant stay. Sincerely, Croatian National Tourist Board.

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MAP PRODUCTION STUDIO BREGANT MAP SUPERVISION Prof. Zoran Klarić, D.Sc. PRINTED BY Tiskara Reprint Zagreb, November 2010

The publisher cannot guarantee the complete accuracy of the information contained herein, nor be held responsible for any errors that may be contained in future amendments to said information.

In Croatia it is a punishable offence to camp in open spaces outside of registered campsites or parking lots for caravans and camper vans.

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Croatian National Tourist Board Iblerov trg 10/4 Tel: + 385 (1) 4699 333 10000 Zagreb

Fax: + 385 (1) 4557 827

Croatia

E-mail: info@htz.hr www.croatia.hr

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