Croatia has no mask mandate, except for entering hospitals and pharmacies. For further information regarding the Covid-19 situation, please visit this site.
TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES
• Trg bana J. Jelačića 11 (the main square):
Mon-Fri 9:00am-9:00pm; Sat-Sun 10:00am-8:00pm
• Zagreb International Airport:
LOCAL CURRENCY AND DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
From January 1, 2023, the local currency in Croatia is the euro.
There are plenty of cash machines in the town. However, credit cards can be used in most hotels, shops and restaurants. A sign on the door should tell which cards are accepted. American Express, VISA, MasterCard and Diners Club are most frequently used.
The public tram system in Zagreb is relatively well-organized, and most areas in Zagreb can be reached by tram. Major tram stops have electronic displays.
Tickets can be bought from the tram driver. A single ticket valid for one direction and for 30 min is 4,00 HRK (c. 0,5 EUR) and for 90 min 10,00 HRK (c. 1,3 EUR). A one-day ticket is 30,00 HRK (c. 4 EUR) and a three-day ticket is 70,00 HRK (c. 9,2 EUR). A single night ticket (valid for one direction and for 90 min) is 15,00 HRK (c. 2 EUR). Validating machines are at the front and back of each car.
Download the Regular Tram Services map.
There are three taxi companies in Zagreb. Using taxi services in downtown Zagreb is relatively inexpensive. Prices from and to the airport differ between the companies.
Taxi Cammeo – call 1212; price list
Radio Taxi Zagreb – call 1717; price list
Eko Taxi – call 1414; price list
Uber/Bolt is also available and usually more affordable.
POST OFFICES IN ZAGREB CITY CENTRE
• Jurišićeva 13, Mon-Fri 7:00am-8:00pm; Sat 7:00am-2:00pm
• Branimirova 4, Mon-Sun 7:00am-0:00am
• Gundulićeva 8, Mon-Fri 8:00am-7:00pm
EMERGENCY SERVICES (toll free)
Single Emergency Services number 112