Tourist tax in Croatia. Climate change fee

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In recent years, Croatia has become one of the most visited countries in Europe, mainly because of its fabulous beaches and excellent sailing conditions. Following the example of other countries, has Croatia also decided to introduce a tourist tax?

How much is the tourist tax in Croatia?

Prices in Croatia largely depend on the place. Popular resorts are more expensive, and this is also influenced by the tourist tax, which is usually 1.3 euros, unless a specific municipality decides otherwise. Dubrovnik ranks among the most expensive cities when it comes to the amount of the tax, because for one day of stay you pay as much as 2.65 euros, but in the low season, i.e. from October 1 to March 31, the fee drops to 1.86 euros. The tourist tax is paid at the hotel – some travel agencies do it on behalf of clients, and the tax is then already included in the price of the trip.

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Who has to pay the climate tax?

Croatia is very popular with boaters, and precisely because of the large number of boats off Croatian coasts and islands, the tax obligation is not limited to hotels only. A sojourn tax must be paid by both those staying in a hotel and those on a boat, yacht or passenger ship – the rate is 1.3 euros per day and is calculated for each person on the boat.

Children under the age of 12, people with disabilities, students staying in a tourist destination in connection with their studies are exempt from the tourist tax.Young people aged 12-18 pay half the rate.

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