Prices of food, cigarettes and alcohol in stores in Croatia

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Prices in Croatia due to the popularity of this country are not falling. You can even say that the trend is rather increasing, from season to season. Greater tourist interest in Croatia results in higher prices. In particular with regard to admission tickets to all attractions, and to a lesser extent to accommodation. When it comes to food prices in stores in Croatia, it’s not so bad because the costs are not increasing yet.

First of all, the place where we buy it affects the prices of food in Croatia. In seaside resorts and in cities such as Dubrovnik or Split it is definitely more expensive. Food bought in small shops will not be the cheapest either. It’s best to do grocery shopping in chain stores such as Tommy, Konzum, Studenac, Spar or Lidl. It is also worth remembering that in the summer season prices may be even higher by a few kuna, especially in tourist destinations.

You should get fruit and vegetables at local markets and stands. Purchased straight from the field from local farmers, they will definitely be better in quality than those from the market and also cheaper. In turn, for fish and fresh seafood, you can go to the nearby port or marina and buy them directly from the fishermen. On the other hand, it is worth buying bread in local bakeries, maybe it will not be overwhelmingly cheaper, but certainly better and freshly baked.

Prices in stores in Croatia
Prices in stores in Croatia

Food prices in Croatia

  •     baguette 5 kuna
  •     bread roll 1.20 kuna
  •     light bread 5-5 kuna for a loaf
  •     toasted bread 7-10 kuna for a loaf
  •     stuffed burek with 6-11 kuna depending on the size
  •     croissant 7 kuna each
  •     butter 22-23 kuna per cube 250 g
  •     milk 4-6 kuna per liter
  •     natural yogurt 3 kuna for 150 g
  •     kefir 6-7 kuna for 400 g
  •     cheese6 kuna  for 100 g
  •     yellow cheese 6 kuna per 100 g
  •     cottage cheese 40-55 kuna per kilogram
  •     local cheese from 45 kuna per kilo
  •     6 eggs for 9 kuna
  •     dried ham 17-22 kuna for 100 g
  •     salami in slices 11-16 kuna for 100 g
  •     pate 4 kuna for 50 g
  •     frankfurters 10 kuna for 300 g
  •     ground mixed meat (pork and pouldry) 30 kuna per kilo
  •     sausage from 35 kuna per kilo
  •     chicken fillet 30 kuna per kilo
  •     raw ham 40-55 kuna per kilogram
  •     beef from 45 kuna per kilo

Price of vegetables in Croatia

  •     potatoes from 4-5 kuna per kilogram
  •     onions from 4 kuna per kilogram
  •     cucumbers from 4 kuna per kilogram
  •     tomatoes from 7 kuna per kilogram
  •     mushrooms 13 kuna per kilogram
  •     peppers from 10 kuna per kilo
  •     cabbage from 7 kuna per kilogram
  •     lettuce from 4 kuna

Price of fruit in Croatia

  •     strawberries 15 kuna per kilo
  •     nectarines 10 kuna per kilogram
  •     apples from 6 kuna per kilo
  •     oranges from 7 kuna per kilogram
  •     grape from 12 kuna per kilo
  •     kiwi 15 kuna per kilo
  •     bananas from  9 kuna per kilo
  •     watermelon 16-20 kuna per kilo

Prices of other food items in Croatia

  •     noodles 6 kuna for 500 g
  •     rice 12-15 kuna per kilo
  •     sugar 6 kuna per kilo
  •     flour 5 kuna per kilogram
  •     canned tomatoes 7-10 kuna
  •     tuna 19 kuna per can
  •     olive oil from 18 kuna per liter
  •     ajvar from 14 kuna for a smaller jar
  •     13 kuna cakes for 220 gr
  •     chocolate from 7-8 kuna per plate
  •     olives from 12 kuna for a jar of 300 g
  •     mayonnaise 20 kuna for the jar
  •     ketchup 10 kuna for 500 g
  •     muesli 25 kuna for a package of 350 g
  •     jam 13 kuna  for the big jar
  •     chocolade bar 5 kuna

Prices of drinks, alcohol and cigarettes in Croatia

  •     water 5-7 kuna for 1.5 liters
  •     fruit juice from 9 kuna per liter
  •     cola 13 kuna for 2 liters
  •     iced tea 11 kuna for 1.5 liters
  •     tea 14 kuna per packaging
  •     coffee from 20 kuna for 250 g
  •     cappuccino 10 kuna for 200 g
  •     local beer 5 kuna for a 0.5 liter can
  •     imported beer 13 kuna for 0.33 liters
  •     wine from 15 kuna per bottle
  •     local liqueur from 65 kuna per liter
  •     gin 130 kuna for 0.7 liters
  •     rakija 64 kuna for half a liter
  •     rum 110 kuna for 0.7 liters
  •     whiskey 105 kuna for 0.7 liters
  •     vodka 74 kuna per liter
  •     cigarettes 26-32 kuna per pack

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