Not obligatory but expected. If the service was satisfactory, gratitude is appreciated. It's customary to round off your bill or leave some small change. Unlike other tourist countries, most POS devices in local restaurants don't have the additional tip option, so if you want to leave tips in cash, usually it’s 10%.
Tap water in Split is safe to drink and it’s of high quality. Be mindful of hot water consumption since the water heaters usually have limited capacity.
If you are staying in private accommodation, and not in a hotel, make sure that your water heater button is always on - usually, it’s next to your toilet light.
Croatia is experiencing a surge of inflation, like most countries right now. Since it’s economy relies heavily on tourism, the prices in restaurants, bars and food in general do not follow the purchasing power of the majority of the population. So when going about your day, check prices, to avoid unpleasant surprises, especially in the downtown Split area.
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