4-Step Guide To Being a Digital Nomad in Croatia — Andy Sto

  • Ecology
  • A range of new values ​​such as transformation, self-awareness, inspiration, creativity, health, responsibility in tourism products and experiences.

Do you need a Visa to go to Croatia?

Amendments to the Aliens Act allow digital nomads to stay temporarily in the Republic of Croatia for up to one year. Later on you can submit a request for temporary residence after the expiration of the approved residence.

How to set your budget?

Speaking of the average cost of living, Croatia is significantly cheaper than countries like the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Australia. It is also cheaper than most EU member states.

Set your priorities

Are you looking for a quiet, underdeveloped place or a big and buzzy city? Are you looking to rent a place somewhere on the seaside or you are considering exploring the whole country during your stay?

The pros of moving to Croatia

Once you have made your decision and obtained the digital nomad visa, here are the benefits of living in Croatia:

  • Gastronomy: Croatia is widely known as a tourist country of various gastronomic delicacies and specialties. You will enjoy the quality of Croatian cuisine, whether you are a meat lover, vegetarian or a fanof healthy Mediterranean cuisine and desserts. Top restaurants along the Adriatic coast and inland always offer fresh and superbly prepared food. In addition to that, in Croatia you can try one of the best white and red wines in Europe. Figures show that there are more than 700 types of wine with a protected geographical origin in Croatia! Some of the most famous are certainly the Croatian Dingač, which was the first to receive protection of geographical origin, Istrian Malvasia, white and gray Pinot, and Traminer.
  • Coworking spaces: Coworking spaces are most often in larger cities. They are mostly founded by local entrepreneurs and companies. They usually bring together developers, designers and marketers. In Croatia, they had a total of 9,000 square meters and 900 desks in 2018. Lately, more and more coworking spaces have been introduced in Croatia, especially considering a great interest by digital nomads.
  • Safety: Out of 128 countries in the world, Global Finance determined that Croatia is the 22nd safest country in the world. Three factors that were considered in the selection were war and peace, personal security and the danger of natural disasters.
  • Climate: There are two climate zones in Croatia. Middle Croatia is dominated by a temperate continental climate, partly mountainous. The area along the Adriatic coast has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with many sunny days and sea temperatures that do not fall below 20 ° C in summer!



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