Whether you're in Croatia on holiday, for work or visiting friends or family, it's a good idea to know how to ask for help in Croatian in the event of an emergency. In this blog article we cover the most important Croatian words and phrases … just in case!
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The following emergency numbers are free to call throughout Croatia:
If you need to call an ambulance, call 194
You can reach the fire brigade on 193
The police can be reached on 192
In case that you forget which number to dial for an emergency, you can always call 112. It is the common emergency telephone number in nearly all member states of the European Union as well as several other countries of Europe and the world.
We wish you a safe stay in Croatia, and remember: most Croatians speak plenty of English, so even if you forget everything you've learnt, don't get stressed, you're sure to be understood!
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