Prix Marulić website: http://www.hrt.hr/prix-marulic/
Prix Marulić Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrixMarulic
Hvar Tourist Board: http://www.tzhvar.hr/en/
How to Reach Hvar
* If you decide to take the ferry from Split instead of the catamaran, the ferry will take you to Stari Grad on the island of Hvar from where you will need to reach the town of Hvar; you will find the bus schedule on the above link. There is a simplified boat schedule there as well.
* There are two ways to reach Hvar from Split; ferry and catamaran.
The ferry travels longer and takes you to Stari Grad on the island of Hvar, while the catamaran is faster and takes you directly to the town of Hvar, which is of course a more convenient option.
Depending on what suits you better pick one of the two options in the Jadrolinija search engine: Split – Stari Grad will give you the ferry schedule while Split – Hvar will give you the catamaran schedule. Catamarans are also available with on the Krilo boats (link above).
The unit of Croatian currency is the Kuna (HRK). Croatian banknotes come in denominations of 1,000 (rare), 500, 200, 100, 50, 20 and 10. 1 kuna = 100 lipa. There are coins of 1, 2 and 5 kuna plus coins of 50, 20, 10, 2 and 1 lipa. Try to avoid banknotes of 500 as they can be difficult to change.
Approximate exchange rates (https://www.hnb.hr/core-functions/monetary-policy/exchange-rate-list/exchange-rate-list): 1 Euro = 7.42 HRK
Major credit cards are accepted (MasterCard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron, American Express, Diners, etc.).
Important Phone Numbers
For all emergency situations 112
Fire brigade 193
HAK – Road assistance 987
Prix Marulic Office
The Prix Marulić office is located on the Main Square in Hvar. It will be open before and after listening sessions. The office is equipped with a printer and computers which will have internet access.
For urgent matters please contact Adriana Kramaric, Prix Marulić Artistic Director (+385 99 634 8036) or Ana Vatavuk, International Relations (+385 91 634 8854).
Smoking is allowed in designated public areas such as coffee bars and clubs but is prohibited in dining areas.
Tipping is not obligatory in Croatia although it is common to show appreciation for good service in restaurants, taxis, etc.
Tap water is drinkable throughout Croatia.