Hot tank tip for Croatia – fuel is cheaper here – economy

Without a price brake, petrol and diesel would become even more expensive – off the motorway there is therefore a two-week limit in Croatia.

In times of rising fuel prices, a detour sometimes pays off. This is what will happen to travelers in Croatia. Those who spend their holidays there will be able to enjoy a fuel price brake in some places from Tuesday.

The Croatian government proclaimed this for two weeks. A liter of diesel should cost the equivalent of a maximum of 1.74 euros, a liter of regular petrol 1.80 euros – significantly cheaper than currently in Austria.

The catch: Prices along the motorways will continue to be calculated using the current model, which the government introduced in early June to prevent an even more drastic price increase.

Croatia vacationers should therefore avoid refueling along the main travel routes. Everywhere else – according to the Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic at 94 percent of all petrol stations – the fuel price brake will have an effect.

Price brake for tourism

The aim of the measure is to enable an intensive tourism season. Without the cap, fuel prices would rise from Tuesday to 14.57 kuna (1.94 euros) for petrol and 14.06 kuna (1.87 euros) for a liter of diesel.

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