Croatians are very welcoming and generous people. Each region has a lot of special traditions and a rich cultural heritage. In this section, we are going to cover some of the most important things you have to know if you are travelling to Croatia.
Please respect the dressing code – Since Croatia is usually attractive because of the Adriatic Sea; a lot of visitors think that it is ok to walk around in their bathing suits. It is the opposite. In Croatia, you can only wear your swimsuit when on the beach. Please respects the locals and don’t walk around cities without clothes. You will often be unable to get inside restaurants, clubs, museums, galleries and churches; unless you are dressed respectfully.
Currency and tips – Even though Croatia is a part of the EU, the local currency is Croatian Kuna and you will not be able to pay in Euros. You can find a lot of ATMs and exchange offices, so you don’t have to worry. Please keep in mind that in some places you can pay only in cash. Tipping in Croatia is welcomed and expected in restaurants, bars and coffee shops. You can also tip elsewhere, but in these places it is common.