EU citizens as well as citizens of the US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand are allowed to enter Croatia without a visa for stays of as much as 90 days. In case you want to stay longer, you might be advised to leave the country and re-enter than to go through the hassle of applying for an extension at the local police station.
As a visitor you are by law required to register with the local police within the first 24 hours of your stay. In case you have booked a private room with a recognized agency, they will do it for you. Often in tourist regions the police turn a blind eye to tourists but bear in mind that they have thrown visitors out of the country who have stayed there for a long period without registering. For your personal belongings there are no customs restrictions, although cigarettes are limited to 200, spirits to one litre and coffee to 500g. It is recommended to declare major items, such as labtop computers, televisions and boats to ensure you will be able to take them out of the country again. Pets are required to have a recent vaccination. You may only take an amount of 2000kn out of the country.
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