Holidays in Croatia will soon become more expensive.
The Croatian government is planning to impose a tourist tax on mass tourism. The tax could be imposed in Croatian resort areas in 2025 at the earliest, and the amount has not yet been determined. correct
The revenue received will be used to protect the environment.
Croatia is a very popular European tourist destination, and the country’s tourism revenues could set a record high in 2023, according to the Croatian Ministry of Tourism. On the other hand, infrastructure succumbs to the pressures of mass tourism during peak periods. Litter removal is an increasing problem, and use of new holiday resorts farther from the coast is uneven. In addition, the issue of environmental sustainability is also becoming more urgent – ADAC writes.
In the tourism law being developed
The holiday tax is just one of many measures in favor of environmental protection. The planned tourism tax will be imposed from 2025 only in places where the flow of tourists is particularly affected, namely on the coast and islands. The amount of holiday tax is expected to depend on the type of accommodation and the number of nights,
There is no decision yet on how to collect SAARC.
Since Croatia has been part of the Schengen Area since the beginning of the year, border checks and long waiting times have also been cancelled. The introduction of the euro will also make it easier to travel from the rest of the European Union.