Croatia: SuperEvents

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SuperEvents is a specialised DMC for meetings, incentives, conferences and events in Croatia and associated countries in the region. SuperEvents is a part of the Super Business Group, that was formed in 1999, and is now a well-established brand in the MICE industry. Our team has a long experience in working in the business tourism and hospitality industry in Croatia and are well positioned to create unforgettable experiences for our clients.

We can provide the very best choice of conference space, accommodation, gala venues and all necessary logistical and technical support services for your conference or incentive. We also have the unique advantage of operating our own transport company, enabling us to offer clients vehicles of the highest standard.

Every detail of your event will be carefully planned from the concept to execution, thereby providing a totally customised service.


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Key Contacts
Nino Hadžović. CEO
Jasminka Dominiković. Head of Sales

Croatia - Destination Factfile

Time in Zagreb

Flying Time from UK London
Zagreb: approx 2hrs 35 mins
Dubrovnik: approx 2hrs 55mins

Main Airports
Zagreb Airport "Franjo Tudjman“
Dubrovnik Airport "Cilipi"
Split Airport

Zagreb Airport is 18km from the city centre of Zagreb.
Dubrovnik Airport is 22km from the city centre of Dubrovnik.
Split Airport is 25km from city center of Split.

Immigration Residents of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland do not require visas when visiting Croatia. Visitors require a current passport valid for the duration of stay and exit from Croatia.

For further advice contact the Croatian Embassy in the UK as follows:

Croatian Embassy in London
21 Conway Street, London W1T 6BN

Tel: 020 73872022 Consul: 020 73871144
Fax: 0044 20 73870310 Consul: 020 73870936

Office hours: Monday–Thursday: 11.00 - 14.00. Friday 10.00-12.00

Official Currency Croatian kuna (HRK)
Symbol: picture of the plant species (on the lipa coins) / animal species (kuna)
Minor unit: 1/100 lipa
Coins: 1, 2, 5,10, 20 and 50 lipas / 1,2,5 kunas
Banknotes: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 kunas

Climate The climate of Croatia varies from Mediterranean along the Adriatic coast to continental, inland. The coastal areas have hot, dry summers and rainy winters yet the inland areas are cold in winter and warm in summer.
The coast benefits from refreshing winds in the summer and the mountain ranges shield them from bitter winds in the winter. Sea temperatures never fall below 10 degrees in the winter and in August it can be as high as 26 degrees, due to warm currents flowing north up the Adriatic coast.
In spring and early summer a sea breeze keeps the temperature down along the coast. This breeze that usually starts around 9am is perfect for sailing. The islands benefit from up to 2715 hours of sunshine a year, the sunniest being Hvar.
Winter temperatures range from -1 to 30°C in the continental region, -5 to 0 °C in the mountain region and 5 to 10 °C in the coastal region. Summer temperatures range from 22 to 26 °C in the continental region, 15 to 20 °C in the mountain region and 26 to 30 °C in the coastal region.

Local Time GMT +1hr
Summer time: GMT +2hr
(Summer time starts on March 27)
(Summer time ends on October 30)

Electricity 220V / 50Hz. Sockets accept 2 pin round pin plugs.

Official Holidays
January 1 - (New Year's Day)
January 6 - Epiphany
Sunday in Spring (variable) - Easter Sunday
Easter Monday (Monday following Easter Sunday)
May 1 - Labour Day
June 15 – Corpus Christi
June 22 – Anti-Fascist Resistance Day
June 25 – Statehood Day
August 5 – Victory & Homeland Thanksgiving Day
August 15 - Assumption of the Virgin Mary
October 8 – Independence Day
November 1 – All Saints' Day
December 25 - Christmas Day
December 26 – St. Stephen's Day

Health Advice There are hospitals and clinics in all larger cities and first aid clinics and pharmacies in all places. For patients whose lives are in danger, there is emergency transport by air (helicopter) or sea (speedboat).
If you are visiting Croatia you should obtain a free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before departing the UK. Note: The EHIC is not a substitute for medical and travel insurance, but it entitles you to state provided medical treatment that may become necessary during your trip. EHIC is not a travel insurance and does not cover expenses of healthcare services provided by private healthcare providers. It also does not cover repatriation travel costs after the occurrence of the insured event. No specific vaccinations are required for travellers to Croatia direct from the UK.

Dialling code from UK to Croatia: 00 385 + local number
Emergency numbers: 112 is the common emergency telephone number that can be dialled free of charge from any fixed or mobile telephone in order to reach emergency services (ambulance, fire and rescue, police)
Police: 192
Fire department: 193
Emergency medical help: 194
Maritime search & rescue: 195
Help on the road: 1987

Business and card transactions
You can exchange money at any of the country’s banks, bureaux de change, post offices and at almost all travel agents, hotels and campsites. The majority of establishments and ATMs will also accept credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners, etc.

Taxes The standard VAT rate in Croatia is 25%. There are also reduced rates of 13% and 5% on some goods and services.

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