The official language spoken in Croatia is Croatian, Standard Bosnian and Standard Serbian.
Name: Croatian kuna
kn 200 is approx R450
The time zone in Croatia is Central European Standard Time (CET)
A bottle of wine is reasonable where ever you go in Croatia, and you'll spend around 40 kn (approx R90) for a bottle. More of a beer drinker? A draught in a pub/bar in Croatia is about 16 kn (approx R35) sometimes less.
An inexpensive meal at a restaurant or cafe is about 50 kn (approx R110). Want something a bit extravagant? A three-course meal for two would be about 230 kn (approx R500).
One-way tickets on public transport in Croatia costs around 10 kn (approx R22). Car hire is also easy to come by as any driving licence is accepted, no matter what its language!
Taxi tariffs start at around 15 kn (approx R33) and they add about 6 kn (approx R13) for every km.
Sharing a dorm room is the perfect way to cut back the costs! In Croatia you can snap one up from anywhere between 130 kn - 400 kn (approx R310 - R900).
Looking for something a little nicer? A double room in a mid-range hotel in Croatia can vary between 180 kn - 800 kn (approx R400 - R1,900).