According to Resia, who sell a lot of trips to Split, Dubrovnik and Zadar, bookings are up by 50% compared to last year.
Not surprisingly, people in Croatia speak Croatian. Many people also speak Italian, German and English. The currency in Croatia is called the Kuna, HRK (Hrvatska Kuna). There are 100 lipa in 1 Kuna. Kuna means “marten” in Croatian as well as in other languages. The name comes from the method of payment that was used in Croatia during Medieval times, namely marten pelts.
Buy HRK at FOREX Bank at the current rate of 1.18. Over the last year the currency has fluctuated from around 1.17 to 1.29. The most recent lowest listing was 1.1669 on the 13th of August 2012.