FAQ

Why Should I use Partycroatia?

Partycroatia is run by a team that has lived in Croatia for up to 15 years. We have sourced only the best and most trustworthy suppliers, and we pride ourselves on getting the best holiday deals for our customers including: accommodation, personal water craft, party boats / yachts, festival tickets, Club / VIP entrance, concerts, transport, and day and evening activities. The logistics involved in organising party packages in Croatia are extremely challenging to navigate without being here on the ground. It has taken us years to find the best, most trusted suppliers, so believe us when we say, it’s the experience that counts!

Do I need a Visa to visit Croatia?

Citizens of the the U.K, U.S, Canada, EU Countries, Australia and New Zealand do not need a visa to visit Croatia. Visitors are welcome and allowed to visit Croatia for up to 90 days in any given 180 day period. We ask you to check specific Visa requirements with your own country given continued government policy changes we are witnessing in the EU and the world.

Do I need Travel Insurance?

Purchasing Travel Insurance is a personal choice, however Partycroatia highly recommends that every customer purchases Travel Insurance. Partycroatia does not supply Travel Insurance, although when requested we are happy to recommend trusted travel Insurance companies to you.

 

Do I need exact numbers to make a booking?

We only need an approximate number to give a quote. If you add or people drop out, we can alter the final price per person, until the booking is made and deposit paid.

What is accommodation like in Croatia?

We will send quotes based on three, four, and five-star accommodation, depending on which one you want. We can send pictures and as many information as desired, but rest assured, we aim to only offer the best.

 

Are flights included?

We do not include flights. We highly recommend that you book your flights up to six weeks in advance to get the best prices. Generally the earlier you book, the better the ticket price tend to be.

What is the currency used in Croatia?

Although Croatia is in the European Union, it has not adopted the Euro as a currency, and instead uses its own currency known as the ‘Kuna’.

What are Food Prices like in Croatia?

Prices will range throughout cities in Croatia, but the standard prices are:

  • A meal in an inexpensive restaurant ranges from 35-60 Kuna.
  • A three course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant, ranges from 140-250 Kuna.

Overall food in Croatia is very affordable to Western visitors.

 

What are drink prices like in Croatia?

  • Beer prices:
    • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter drought) on average across Croatia ranges from 12.00 to 15.00 Kuna.
    • Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) on average across Croatia ranges from 13.00 to 30.00 Kuna.
  • Wine sold in shops and supermarkets is graded as:
    • Stolno vino (table wine) ranging from 20-60 Kuna per bottle.
    • Kvalitetno vino (quality wine) ranging from 40-90 Kuna per bottle.
    • Vrhunsko vino (supreme wine) ranging from 120-200 Kuna per bottle.
  • Spirit prices:
    • Depending on the spirits, brand, quality, and location of purchase, the price of a shot fluctuates between 10-50 Kuna.

 

When are the peak/off peak times to travel through Croatia?

Holidays to Croatia in Peak time throughout the Country depends on seasons.
If you’re looking for great weather, busy beaches and lively city centres then the best time for you to visit croatia is during peak time (high season) from July to August.
If you’re looking for more of a relaxing trip, where you can bathe on the beaches with perfect summer weather, visit cultural and historical sites whilst avoiding some of the summer time crowded craziness, and get the added bonus of prices being lower compared to the high season, the best time for you to travel to Croatia is in May, June, September, and October.

When does the holiday have to be booked or paid for?

This is simple. The further in advance you book, the higher the chance of getting the better activity time-slots, a greater selection of hotels and generally more control over your holiday’s itinerary. The final payment is not needed until 6 weeks prior to your arrival date (this can potentially be negotiated if you are booking something last minute).

Do I have to book the full package?

We are as flexible as you need us to be.
Partycroatia is here to create the best suited tailor made packages for every person and group.
We understand that whilst some prefer the convenience of a set package; many others prefer to have a customised tailored package. We are always happy to accommodate your specific holiday needs.

What time do activities start?

We aim to start no earlier than 11am (unless you request it of course!).

Is transport included in the packages?

All of our packages aim to include Airport and Activity transfers unless otherwise requested.

Where to holiday in Croatia?

There are many travel destinations in Croatia. So we understand that you might be spoilt for choice when deciding on your holiday. Your destination should depend upon the activities and the focus of your trip. If ‘partying and Island Hopping’ is your focus then Split, Makarska, Hvar, Bol, Mljet, Dubrovnik have got you covered.

Are sight-seeing, clubs, bars, and cafes more your scene? Then Split is most likely your destination as it is a thriving metropolitan centre filled with culture, music and great food!

If you were looking for 5-star Luxury to enjoy the sun, beach and party scene. You should definitely consider one of our great value Villa packages.

 

If you have any more questions, we are always happy to answer!