The currency in Croatia is the Kuna (HRK) which is made up of 100 lipa.
The foreign currency can be exchanged in any bank, hotel, exchange office or post office.
All major credit cards are also widely accepted. On arrival at the airport, it is advisable to exchange or withdraw cash from an ATM, as you will need it for local transport.
The official language spoken in Croatia is Croatian but in tourist areas English is also widely spoken.
Electricity operates on 220 Volts AC, 50Hz.
In Croatia the power sockets are of type C and F. See pictures: https://www.power-plugs-sockets.com/us/croatia/
Croatia became the 28th EU member country on 1 July 2013. Thus, EU member states do not need visa to enter Croatia. On the link below you can check if your country requires a visa to enter Croatia:
Panorama Zagreb is located in the new Zagreb business centre, in the Trešnjevka neighbourhood. The sports hall Dom Sportova, a central place for numerous sports and cultural events, is located in the vicinity of the hotel. Panorama Zagreb, much like a postcard, features a unique view of the beautiful Croatian capital on its higher floors.