Venue e-IRG Workshop in Zagreb

The e-IRG Workshop is from noon till noon on May 25-26 2020:

National and University Library
Ul. Hrvatske bratske zajednice 4 (4 Hrvatske bratske zajednice Street)


General Information

The Croatian Presidency of the Council of the EU is pleased to host the e-IRG Workshop on 25th and 26th May 2020 in Zagreb. This Practical Information Note provides useful information regarding your preparations for the event, as well as your stay in Zagreb. The information provided in this Note may be subject to change and will be updated accordingly as necessary.

Public transport and Taxi Services to and from the Airport

Regarding public transport to and from Franjo Tudman Airport, the following is available:
Information on taxi services to and from the airport can be found on following links:

Other taxi companies may also offer their services to passengers arriving at Zagreb Airport.

Practical Information

Emergency calls: 112 
Time Zone:
GMT/UTC + 01:00 hour (March-October) 
GMT/UTC + 02:00 hour (October-March)
Country Code:  In order to make a call to Croatia, the country code is +385.
Currency:  The currency in Croatia is the Kuna (HRK or kn).  
The average exchange rates are approximately: 
- 1 EUR - 7,42 HRK 
- 1 BGN - 3,79 HRK
- 1 CZK - 0,28 HRK
- 1 DKK - 0,99 HRK
- 100 HUF - 2,22 HRK
- 1 SEK - 0,69 HRK
- 1 GBP - 8,37 HRK
- 1 PLN - 1,69 HRK
- 1 RON - 1,56 HRK
Updated information can be found at the appropriate link of the Croatian National Bank: 
Money can be exchanged in banks and exchange bureaus. Ask your liaison officer or at the hotel reception to recommend a bank or bureau nearby. All major credit cards are accepted at almost every establishment that accepts payment by credit card. It is possible to withdraw money from the automated teller machines (ATMs) in Zagreb. It is important to check whether your home bank has authorized your card for international use if you plan to use a debit card.
Power Supply: 220V ± 10% electrical supply. Supply frequency is 50Hz. Plug socket in use is the two-pinned Type F, also known as "Schuko".
Tap water: Croatian tap water is safe to drink everywhere.