Last updated 10 February 2021 | Rates reviewed for all destinations listed. Changes for Dubrovnik and Split and publication of 2022 rates.
The tourist tax (turistička pristojba) applies nationwide. The Tourist Tax Act regulates who is liable and how the revenue is allocated to local and national tourist boards.
The national government determine through an Ordinance the band (in the case of hotel accommodation) for local governments to set the rate. If the local government decides not to choose a rate between the band, the minimum rate set by the ordinance will apply. The law states that a rate change must be decided by 31 January for the following year.
|Ordinance applicable for Hotel accommodation||Hotel accommodation (rates may differ for nautical vessels) |
HRK per person per night
|Period||1 April to 30 September||Rest of the period|
|Minimum rate HRK||10.00||7.00|
|Maximum rate HRK||20.00||14.00|
Below are selected destinations and further information can be found by clicking on the name of the destination.
Euro conversion on 10 February 2021 for comparative purposes:
7 HRK – €0.93 | 10 HRK – €1.32
12 HRK – €1.59 | 14 HRK – €1.85
15 HRK – €1.98 | 20 HRK – €2.64
|Hotel Rates |
(no maximum nights)
|HRK per person, per night||Reductions (50%)||Some Exemptions|
|1 April to 30 September||Rest of the period|
|Dubrovnik||20.00||14.00||Children 12-18 years of age, |
Adults up to 29 years of age who are members of an international youth organisation staying in a Youth Hostel
|Children under 12, |
Disabled persons and carer
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