DESTINATIONS croatia zadar Tourist Information Electricity
Standard voltage is 230 V, the frequency 50 Hz. Power plugs and sockets are type C or F.
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Travellers who want to enter Croatia must have a passport issued within the past 10 years and valid for 3 months after their planned departure from the country. EU citizens are only requested to provide their ID card to enter the country. In most cases visas are not required for stays up to 90 days,…
Best Time to Visit
The most popular period with tourists is between May and August, when the weather is hot and slightly humid. To enjoy warm weather and find cheaper accommodation, April and September may be the best options.
Zadar Airport (ZAD)
Zadar airport is located in Zemunik Donji, 12 km from the city centre. It operates internal as well as international flights, often with low-cost airlines. A bus route connects the airport to the port and the city centre.
Liburnija, the local public transport company, operates on 12 lines covering the whole city and some areas of the Zadar County. You can buy one-way tickets in cash from the bus driver. Return tickets are issued and paid in cash at the ticket sales department of the Zadar Bus Station (point of sale #15), as…
There are several taxi companies operating in Zadar and the main taxi ranks can be found near the Bus Station (Autobusni kolodvor) and the ferry quay (Liburnska obala). Prices can differ depending on the company, so it's advisable to ask for the total amount in advance. Two reliable companies are Taxi Lulić and Taxi Denis.
There are two pharmacies in the city centre that are open 24/24 h: Centar Jurja Barakovića 2 +385 23 302 921 Donat Braće Vranjanina 14 Phone: +385 23 251 480
Beside the main post office, there is also another one in the city centre, located in Š.Kožičića Benje 1.