Simon Smith | Manager, Operations and Destination Engagement | 31 May 2019

Boravišnoj Pristojbi

The tourist tax is known as a sojourn/residence tax (boravišnoj pristojbi) with the revenue used by local and national tourist boards. Article 20 of the Law on Residence Tax shows how it is allocated.

All 2019 rates (including for boats and yachts) and season classifications for all destinations can be found here. International cruise ship passengers are exempt from the residence tax.

Below are selected destinations and further information can be found by clicking on the title of the destination.

While best efforts have been made to verify the accuracy of the information on 31 May 2019, the information displayed should be used as guidance only.

Euro conversion on 31 May 2019 for comparative purposes.

Kn (€) per person, per night
(no maximum nights)
Reductions (50%)  Some Exemptions
Dubrovnik* 10.00 (1.35) Children 12-18 years of age,
Youth Hostels for adults up to 29 years of age or members of international youth organisations
Children under 12,
School trips,
Disabled persons plus carer
Split* 10.00 (1.35)
Zagreb* 10.00 (1.35)

* Classed as Type A and the main season applies all year

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