Handy Info Dubrovnik
Just some general information about Dubrovnik that is handy to know!
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General information about Dubrovnik
Payment: By Kuna (1 euro is 7 kuna)
Country code (phone): +385
City code (phone): 20
In case of emergency (phone number): 112
Police number (Theft or other stuff): +385 20 443 777
Electricity: 220 Volt
ATM services in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik has plenty of ATM’s on the street where you can withdraw your money with most debit cards.
When a foreign card is inserted into the ATM machine, there is usually a choice of languages. The exchange rate you’ll receive will be far, and there may only be a small service charge, which depends on your bank back home. You can check this with your bank before travelling. Local banks sometimes also charge an operating fee on top of this.
Safety in Amsterdam
Dubrovnik is a safe city, but as in every city in the world where a lot of tourists come there are thieves and pickpockets. Make sure that your valuables are stored properly, because the narrow bustling streets of the city are the work of these criminals.
Furthermore, there is not much to keep in mind, except that the traffic in the city is quite chaotic.
Post office services in Dubrovnik
Spread over Dubrovnik you will find Postal boxes. Postal boxes in the Dubrovnik are painted yellow.
Central post office:
DubrovnikCentral Post Office are opened monday-friday 07:00 till 20:00, saturday 08:00 till 15:00 and sunday closed. If you need to send a postcard or letter, you can buy stamps in pretty much any kiosk or in the post office. Postcards and letters with stamps can be dropped in any mail box. Telephoning can be done at the post office, they also offer telegram, fax service, and money exchange service.
Public holidays of The Dubrovnik
Most shops and banks closed on public holidays. The public holidays of The Dubrovnik are:
|Date||Weekday||Holiday name||Holiday type|
|Jan 1||Friday||New Year’s Day||National holiday|
|Jan 6||Wednesday||Epiphany||National holiday|
|Mar 27||Sunday||Easter Day||National holiday|
|Mar 28||Monday||>Easter Monday||National holiday|
|May 1||Sunday||Labor Day / May Day||National holiday|
|May 26||Thursday||Corpus Christi||National holiday|
|Jun 22||Wednesday||Day of Antifascist Struggle||National holiday|
|Jun 25||Saturday||Statehood Day||National holiday|
|Aug 5||Friday||Homeland Thanksgiving Day||National holiday|
|Aug 15||Monday||Assumption of Mary||National holiday|
|Oct 8||Saturday||Independence Day||National holiday|
|Nov 1||Tuesday||All Saints’ Day||National holiday|
|Dec 25||Sunday||Christmas Day||National holiday|
|Dec 26||Monday||St Stephen’s Day||National holiday|
How late do the stores open and close
Shops in Dubrovnik are generally open from 8am to 9 pm, sometimes limited during winter months. Most shops open seven days a week.