if you want to explore onshore and, you will find great bus networks and if you want to hire a car, the road layout is easy to understand and the road surfaces are in good condition. Taxis are expensive with fixed fares.
The currency in Croatia is Kuna (Kn). Visa, MasterCard and American Express are widely accepted. ATMs are easily found and banks are open Monday to Friday (7:00am to 7:00pm) and Saturday (7:00am to 1:00pm).
For American, Australian, English and Canadian travelers, passports valid for 3 months beyond the date of departure are required, but no visa is required for stays under 90 days. Upon entering Croatia, Australian, Canadian and US citizens must have a return ticket in their hands.
The westerly Mistral, a pleasant summer wind that blows in from the sea, reaches its peak intensity in early afternoon. It refreshes and chases away any mugginess. South east Jugo, which in autumn and winter blows warm, moist air toward the mainland. The Bura is a cold, dry wind that blows in sudden, powerful gusts, from the mainland, bringing dry air and cooler temperatures.