Border Crossing Formalities
To enter the Republic of Croatia, one must have a valid passport or some other personal identification document recognized under an international agreement. For vehicles, one must have a vehicle registration certificate, the green card and the power of attorney granted by the owner of the vehicle if the vehicle is being used by someone other than the owner. The countries that have signed special agreements with Croatia are exempt from this obligation. There are no limitations concerning personal luggage being brought into Croatia. However, technical equipment, cameras, camping equipment, vessels and the related equipment, as well as radio equipment must be reported upon entering Croatia.
The following goods may be imported without paying the customs fee: up to 200 cigarettes, 100 cigarillos, 50 cigars, 250 g smoking tobacco; 1 litre of spirit (alcohol percentage higher than 22%); 2 litres of wine and other alcoholic drinks with alcohol percentage lower than 22%; 50 ml of perfume and up to 250 ml of toilet water; medicines and medicine supplies in the amount necessary for passenger's special needs.
Taking items out of the country – Taking artworks, antiquities, statues, paintings and other items of cultural heritage as well as gold and silver out of the country is possible only if proper permits are obtained.
Technical equipment for personal use (video cameras, portable TVs, camping equipment, radio equipment etc.) may be brought into the country, however it must be reported at the border crossing Customs Office.
Firearms may only be brought into the country if a special permit from the Border Police is obtained. Sports arms may be brought into the country but they must be reported to the border authorities.
Pets - Bringing animals (dogs, cats and other) into the country is allowed, however a valid yellow international medical card and a vaccination certificate, especially against the rabies, are required. If a foreign national does not have the above-mentioned documents, their pets can be subjected to medical examination by official veterinarians working at international border crossings for an appropriate fee.
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