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Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Croatia

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Croatia has opened its doors to digital nomads, and that’s great news for anyone wanting to live in this stunning country. I can certainly vouch for it, I loved my time in Croatia and would go back again tomorrow. But, as a digital nomad in Croatia, you’ll need to know the ins and outs to make your time in this beautiful destination go as smoothly as possible.

I found life in Croatia to be laid-back, full of beauty, and awash with great food. It’s also a very friendly place that’s full of countless things to see and do, as well as a huge amount of history to explore. With the establishment of a digital nomad visa, Croatia has seen more and more remote workers wanting to stay for longer, and I can totally understand why.

My experience was nothing but positive, and to make sure yours is the same, I’m going to cover some of the most important information you need to know in this post.

About Living in Croatia

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Croatia is a country located in the Balkans, bordered by Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hungary, Slovenia, and Montenegro. It’s very easy to travel around the region, but inside the country itself, there’s a huge amount to experience. Working remotely in Croatia is made a lot easier thanks to the low cost of living and digital nomad visa.

Having gained independence in 1991, Croatia has grown as a country in terms of culture and tourism. Every area offers something new to experience, and the islands have that idyllic laid-back vibe that invites visitors from all over the world. For me, the islands were the most beautiful part of the country, but I also loved the fast-paced vibe in the capital, Zagreb, in contrast.

Croatia adopted the Euro in January 2023, officially becoming part of the Schengen zone. Despite that, the country has retained a lot of its authentic charm and to me, it never felt like an extension of Europe, it always felt like an entirely different region on its own. As a result, a long-term stay in Croatia really does tick all the travel experience boxes.

Living in Croatia as a Digital Nomad

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Living in Croatia as a digital nomad is an enriching experience. I’ve already mentioned that there’s now a digital nomad visa, which I’ll talk about in more detail a little later in this guide, but it certainly makes life a lot easier. Finding employment in Croatia as a foreign citizen can be extremely difficult, so the remote working route is particularly popular.

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