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Croatia is a popular tourist destination that attracts visitors not only with its beautiful coastline and historical landmarks but also with its accessibility. If you are planning a trip to Croatia in 2024, we provide you with an overview of the current food prices in shops and restaurants, so you can have an idea of how much you will spend on food during your stay.

Average food prices in shops

Shopping in supermarkets and local markets is often a cheaper alternative to eating in restaurants. Here are the average prices of some basic foods:

Ceny chorvatsko

- Bread (500 g): 1.30 EUR
- Milk (1 liter): 1.05 EUR
- Eggs (12 pcs): 2.40 EUR
- Chicken breast (1 kg): 7.90 EUR
- Beef (1 kg): 13.20 EUR
- Pork (1 kg): 10.50 EUR
- Apples (1 kg): 1.60 EUR
- Bananas (1 kg): 1.60 EUR
- Potatoes (1 kg): 0.80 EUR
- Tomatoes (1 kg): 2.00 EUR
- Cucumbers (1 kg): 1.30 EUR
- Peppers (1 kg): 2.60 EUR
- Carrots (1 kg): 1.30 EUR
- Onions (1 kg): 1.05 EUR
- Cheese (1 kg): 9.20 EUR
- Butter (250 g): 2.60 EUR
- Oil (1 liter): 2.00 EUR
- Sugar (1 kg): 0.90 EUR
- Flour (1 kg): 0.66 EUR
- Rice (1 kg): 1.30 EUR
- Pasta (500 g): 0.90 EUR
- Local beer (0.5 l): 1.30 EUR
- Imported beer (0.33 l bottle): 2.00 EUR
- Bottle of wine (mid-range): 6.60 EUR
- Water (1.5 l): 0.66 EUR
- Juice (1 liter): 1.60 EUR


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Average food prices in restaurants

Eating in restaurants can be a great way to enjoy the local cuisine. Prices can vary depending on the location and type of restaurant, but here are the average prices:

Ceny jidla chorvatsko

- Meal in an inexpensive restaurant: 7.90 EUR
- Three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant: 40 EUR
- Local beer (0.5 l): 2.60 EUR
- Imported beer (0.33 l bottle): 3.30 EUR
- Cappuccino: 2.00 EUR
- Espresso: 1.30 EUR
- Coca-Cola/Pepsi (0.33 l bottle): 2.00 EUR
- Water (0.33 l bottle): 1.30 EUR
- Hamburger (fast food): 4.60 EUR
- Pizza (at a restaurant): 7.90 EUR
- Pasta (at a restaurant): 9.20 EUR
- Salad (at a restaurant): 4.00 EUR
- Dessert (at a restaurant): 3.30 EUR
- Seafood (main course at a restaurant): 20 EUR
- Fish soup: 5.30 EUR

Regional differences

Prices can vary significantly depending on the region. Tourist cities like Dubrovnik or Split may have higher prices in restaurants and shops than less visited places inland or smaller coastal towns. If you plan a longer stay, it pays to explore different accommodation and dining options.

Cheaper shopping in Croatia

Shopping at markets: Local markets often offer fresh products at better prices than supermarkets. Cooking your own meals: Renting an apartment with a kitchen allows you to prepare your own meals and save money. Avoiding tourist areas: Prices in less frequented tourist areas are often lower.

Croatia offers a wide range of options for different budgets, whether you prefer luxury restaurants or more economical dining alternatives. We wish you a pleasant stay and bon appétit!