Am new to this forum, but not having much luck with responses on other forums so thought I'd ask a few questions here.
Will apologise in advance if they've been asked many times before.
We are staying in Trogir from the 4th - 18th August.
We have read that Croatia is quite expensive for eating out, drinks etc, yet friends that have been said it's cheap, so slightly confused.
Whilst we don't have a budget, We aren't the type to eat in high end restaurants.
Neither of us particularly have starters, so would be main meals and maybe a pudding.
My wife would generally drink either house Róse or Bacardi/ouzo type drinks, but not a big drinker.
I on the other hand do like a few beers with and after a meal, just relaxing and people watching.
So as a rough guide what could we expect to pay on a night out.
I like fish, but prefer to eat what the locals eat, and my wife is a pasta/chicken/salad sort of eater.
Are we better off buying currency in the U.K. or exchanging when in Croatia.
Looking to spend a couple of days in Dubrovnik.
Thinking of doing a boat trip to Dubrovnik rather than a long coach journey.
So are we better off booking in advance for a room for a couple of nights, or do it on arrival, when we have a better idea of when we want to go.
Is it true that Croatia has black widow spiders?
If so what precautions do we need to take so as not to have any problems.
Niether of us are big fans of spiders!!!!
Thank you all in advance, and again apologies if they've been asked before.