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Official answer: Dear Sir,   Referring to your email, please be informed that holders of HKSAR and Taiwan ordinary passports do not require a visa for Croatia. The exemption from the visa requirements applies to holders of ordinary passports issued by Taiwan which include an identity card number.   Passport has to be valid for at least another three ...


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If you're from Germany, I would recommend using a credit card at an ATM (cash machine) in Croatia. Currently, as far as I know, Consorsbank has no fees at all when using the credit card with an ATM, and DKB and ING-DiBa charge only 1.75%, which is still a lot better than exchanging cash. There may be more banks that offer similar rates. What I am pretty ...


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Following the simple economic principles of supply/demand and cost of transporting currency I'd say your best bet is to exchange your currency in any touristic town or somewhere around Slovenia/Croatia border, but not right on the border, where there is usually only one exchange office. At least that is what I've always done. And yes, you should stick to ...


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My experience is that Euros are coveted there, so in general, nearly all stores and restaurants eagerly take them except government/official stores, like museums. Public transport (buses/ferries) will not take Euros. Of course, the exchange rate you will get from a store or restaurant will be much worse than what you would get at a cambio or bank.


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You cannot travel to croatia with single entry schengen visa: This official page says this: http://www.mvep.hr/en/consular-information/visas/visa-requirements-overview/ Aliens who are holders of: uniform visa (C) for two or multiple entries, valid for all Schengen Area Member States; What is your current situation? Did you go back to slovenia from ...


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It's very unlikely that you have been banned from Croatia. I don't know much about their rules and practices but in principle they should be modelled after those of the Schengen area and there is no reason that being refused entry would result in an automatic ban or even significant difficulties for your next visit (provided you do secure a visa in advance ...


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I am not sure to see any question in what you wrote. However, you should know that in your current situation, it is normal that you haven't been allowed inside Croatia. Indeed, Croatia is not part of Schengen, it will become a member country at some point. As written in the Wikipedia article regarding Schengen visa policy, Croatia requires travellers with a ...


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Check-out from Montenegro I have checked-out in Porto Montenegro. There is comfortable service: marina crew will help you with all procedure (for free, if you stay a night here). All activities ~ 1 hour. It's possible to do all procedures in Zelenika. Check-in in Croatia There are customs docks in Cavtat town, nice small town. It takes 40 minutes and 100 ...


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This page of Weber dealers in Croatia includes Lesnina Split (actually located in Dugopolje). There is no dealer listed in Vis or Komiža.



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