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The Cost of Living in Split- $1600 a Month To Live a Mediterranean Dream In Croatia

(@marco-expat)
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Split, Croatia offers low living costs, a chill Mediterranean lifestyle, ancient Roman ruins, crystal blue waters, and a long-term EU visa. While prices have increased for 2024, Croatia is still an affordable on a $1600 budget. Plus the high quality of life make Split an ideal spot for expat retirees and digital nomads.


   
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(@S Brown)
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Excellent and thorough article. We’re thinking of a 6 month stay, if it can work out, and use Split as a jumping point for other EU travel. Thanks!


   
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Split's great. Just a friendly reminder, depending on your citizenship, living in Croatia for 6 months would require a proper visa. Also, note that inflation and high demand have increased rental prices by 25% over the last 9 months or so. The budget in this article still works, but your housing may not be as nice or close to the beach or city center.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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(@Barbara Hennessey-Elzohairy)
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hi sent questions which your computer program can not answer. Please review and let me know what is possible given the constraints I mentioned. Thanks


   
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Hi Barbara,

Sorry, you didn't get the answers from my automated assistant. The system also doesn't tell me who asked what question. Can you tell me which questions you were looking for answers to?

Cheers,

Marco


   
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 Lisa
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Hi! I can get Croatian citizenship through descent from my Croatian great grandparents that emigrated to the US. I have all of the documents ready but wait times to apply in the US are long. Do you know of Americans who have gone to Croatia to apply there? And how long it took? Thanks!


   
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Hi Lisa,

I'm afraid I don't have the answer to that one for you. I don't know of anyone that applied for dual citizenship. Good luck. I acquired additional citizenship. A second passport is quite useful.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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