How much kuna is a meal in Croatia?
As far as prices in classic restaurants on the Adriatic are concerned, count on a decent main meal with a side dish costing about 110 kuna (15 euros). It can be cheaper, but it isn't the high quality worthy of a recommendation.
How expensive is a trip to Croatia?
The average price of a 7-day trip to Croatia is $1,602 for a solo traveler, $2,737 for a couple, and $1,564 for a family of 4. Croatia hotels range from $44 to $199 per night with an average of $78, while most vacation rentals will cost $160 to $390 per night for the entire home.
Is 4 days enough in Croatia?
Spending 4 days in Dubrovnik is just the right amount of time to see the main tourists spots, enjoy the beach, see the islands, and even try some wine.
On average, you can expect your trip to Croatia to cost €50 – 60 per day (USD $60 – 70 per day) if visiting the country on a budget but are still wanting to enjoy the occasional splurge.
Cost of Living in Croatia
|Domestic Beer (1 pint draught)||17.00kn|
|Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle)||19.77kn|
|Coke/Pepsi (12 oz small bottle)||14.53kn|
While the kuna is the best currency to have in Croatia as the only legal tender, the best foreign currency undoubtedly by far is the euro, followed by US dollars and British pounds. Please note that you cannot change not all currencies in Croatian banks, so also check before you travel.