Travel and Visa

Passport holders of some countries outside the Schengen area require a visa to enter Croatia. For further information regarding visa issuance, participants are encouraged to contact local or nearest Croatian Embassy/Consulate, or visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Croatia: http://www.mvep.hr/en/consular-information/visas/visa-requirements-overview/ and https://crovisa.mvep.hr/default.aspx?langId=en

Participants who require a visa to enter will be issued an official invitation by CM2 Secretariat supporting them in their application for the entry visa at local or nearest Croatian Embassy/Consulate. For all enquiries please send an email to cm2split@izor.hr

Health and Insurance

The participants are requested to manage their own insurance for health, travel and property.

Exchange of foreign currency

The official currency of Croatia is the Kuna (HRK, Kn). According to the Croatian National Bank approximate exchange rates at the exchange offices/banks are: 1€ = HRK 7.38, 1£ = HRK 8.02 and 1 US$ = HRK 6.20 (as at 02 September 2017).

International credit cards are accepted in most hotels and shops, and nearly all ATMs.

Foreign currency may be exchanged at the airport or at exchange offices and banks in town. It is suggested to exchange any unwanted Kunas before you leave Croatia.

Electrical Supply

Electrical sockets Croatia supply electricity at between 220 and 240 V with C (European) and F (Schuko) model sockets. Participants should make sure they bring an electricity adapter along with them in needed.