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27 - 30 April 2016

Dubrovnik Tourism capital for the week-end!


Hotel Valamar Lacroma

Iva Dulčića 34

20 000 Dubrovnik

Tel.: + 385 20 44 91 00


Dubrovnik airport is well connected with the city of Dubrovnik by shuttle bus which departs after the arrival of every scheduled flight. A one-way ticket costs 40KN (6 EUR).The shuttle bus stop is located just outside the arrivals terminal on the right hand side. From the airport to Dubrovnik the bus stops at the Pile Gate bus station and the main bus station in Gruž where you can either take a local bus or taxi to your hotel.

The taxi fare from Dubrovnik airport to Dubrovnik town is approx. 35 EUR.

The taxi ride from the airport to the city takes approx. 30 minutes.


Dubrovnik Radio Taxi

Tel.: + 385 02 41 14 11

Blue Taxi

Tel.: + 385 20 33 22 22


A valid ID or passport is required for entry into Croatia for participants from the European Union. For participants from other countries a valid passport is required. Participants from some countries may require a visa for entry to Croatia. Please check with your local Croatian consulate or embassy.

Croatia, despite being part of the European Union, IS NOT part of the Schengen Zone.


UTC/GMT +1 hour


The climate in Dubrovnik is typically Mediterranean with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. In the summer months the temperature averages between 25-35 degrees Celsius. The sun shines about 7.2 hours per day and at the end of June the sun sets around 8:30 PM. The average sea temperature is between 18 to 24 degrees Celsius with sea salinity being approx 38%.


The currency in Croatia is the Kuna (KN). Even though we are a part of the EU we are not a member of the monetary union so it is against the law to accept EURO in our country. Although sometimes guests can pay by EURO (for accommodation or taxis) no business/individual is obliged to accept EURO as payment.

Currency can be exchanged in banks, exchange and post offices or hotel receptions. You can also use ATMs to withdraw kunas.

1 EUR = approx. 7.5 KN

*Croatian coins come in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Lipa and 1, 2, 5 Kuna. Notes (paper money) come in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Kuna.


Croatia has a strict non-smoking policy and smoking is prohibited inside public places, such as restaurants and hotels. Bars, however, have the option of being smoking or non-smoking venues. A small sign at the cafe or bar will indicate if smoking is allowed. Some places offer a designated room for smokers - otherwise smoking is only allowed outdoors.
+385 20 351-709
+385 20 638 219
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