- Disabled Travellers
- National Holidays
- When things go wrong
CustomsThere are no custom limits between EU member states or tax return. For other non-member states we recommend you to follow info at www.porezna-uprava.hr.
Disabled TravellersAwareness of accessibility issues for people with disabilities is beginning to take shape and some improvements can be seen, but there is still a loooong way to go. At the moment, all public car parks have parking spots for disabled badge holders; most hotels have at least one room adapted for accessibility requirements, and shopping centres have suitable access with facilitated toilets, as do new buildings. In saying that, once you head outdoors you can expect problems on the streets, footpaths and access to most buildings. If you’re planning to visit, we suggest you inquire about your destination in relation to these matters and the majority will endeavour to organise and make your arrival as accessible as possible. You can also seek information from the following: Zadar Tourist Board Information on museums, attractions, accommodation, beaches, transport and public restrooms adapted for people with accessibility requirements, firstname.lastname@example.org. Zadar County Association of People with Disabilities, Zadar Office Information and assistance relating to accessibility requirements, Ulica obitelji Stratico 1, tel./fax: (+385-23) 21 38 85, email@example.com.
ElectricityThe electricity supply is 220V, 50hz, so visitors from the United States will need to use a transformer to run electrical appliances.
MoneyThere are plenty of exchange offices around Zadar, as well as abundance of ATMs that operate twenty-four hours a day. Many restaurants and bars accept credit cards, but not all, so be sure to have a reasonable amount of cash on you. If you're planning a trip to one of the islands in the area, you should definitely plan ahead and carry the amount of cash you think you'll need for the trip, as finding places that let you put it on plastic could be a problem.
|January 1||New Year's Day|
|April 17||Easter Monday|
|May 1||International Workers' Day|
|June 15||Corpus Christi|
|June 22||Anti-Fascist Resistance Day|
|June 25||Statehood Day|
|August 5||Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day|
|August 15||Feast of the Assumption|
|October 8||Independence Day|
|November 1||All Saints' Day|
|December 26||Saint Stephen's Day|