How to Dial a Croatian Phone Number

Wondering what all those numbers are about? Check out our detailed guide about all of the dialling codes used in Croatia.
Mobile phonesPhoto: Mobile phones

How to dial a Croatian mobile phone?

Each Croatian mobile network, both full-service and virtual one, has its own dialling code. Here is an example of a Croatian mobile phone number:

091 123 45 67

-> 091 - mobile operator code (Vip)

-> 123 45 67 - mobile phone number

When calling a Croatian mobile phone number from abroad, one has to use country code (with plus character or two zeros in front of it) as well. Here is an example of a complete number:

+385 91 123 45 67 or 00 385 91 123 45 67

-> 385 - Croatia's country code

-> 91 - mobile operator code (notice how '0' is gone when using country code in front of it)

-> 123 45 67 - mobile phone number

Dialling codes of Croatian mobile networks

In the list below, you can find a dialling code for each of the Croatian mobile networks.

091 - Vip
092 - Tomato
095 - Tele2
097 - Bonbon
098 - T-Mobile
099 - T-Mobile

How to dial a Croatian fixed-line phone?

Each Croatian county has its own area code, that corresponds to the code used for postal codes. This is how a typical landline number looks like:

021 123 45 67

-> 021 - area code (County of Split)

-> 123 45 67 - phone number

When calling a Croatian number from abroad, one has to use country code (with plus character or two zeros in front of it) as well. Here is an example of a complete number:

+385 1 123 45 67 or 00 385 1 123 45 67

-> 385 - Croatia's country code

-> 1 - area code (notice how '0' is gone when using country code in front of it)

-> 123 45 67 - mobile phone number

In the list below, you can check the area phone codes of destinations that we have described in our Destination Guides section, sorted by counties that they belong to.

City of Zagreb
Zagreb: +385 (0)1
County of Bjelovar-Bilogora
Bjelovar: +385 (0)43
Čazma: +385 (0)43
Daruvar: +385 (0)43
County of Dubrovnik-Neretva
Dubrovnik: +385 (0)20
Mali Ston: +385 (0)20
Orebić: +385 (0)20
Ploče: +385 (0)20
Ston: +385 (0)20
Trpanj: +385 (0)20
County of Istria
Bale: +385 (0)52
Boljun: +385 (0)52
Buje: +385 (0)52
Buzet: +385 (0)52
Cape Kamenjak: +385 (0)52
Fažana: +385 (0)52
Grožnjan: +385 (0)52
Hum (Istria): +385 (0)52
Kršan: +385 (0)52
Labin: +385 (0)52
Lim Bay: +385 (0)52
Medulin: +385 (0)52
Motovun: +385 (0)52
Novigrad: +385 (0)52
Oprtalj: +385 (0)52
Pazin: +385 (0)52
Plomin: +385 (0)52
Poreč: +385 (0)52
Pula: +385 (0)52
Rabac: +385 (0)52
Roč: +385 (0)52
Rovinj: +385 (0)52
Svetvinčenat: +385 (0)52
Umag: +385 (0)52
Vižinada: +385 (0)52
Vodnjan: +385 (0)52
Vrsar: +385 (0)52
Završje: +385 (0)52
Žminj: +385 (0)52
County of Karlovac
Bosiljevo: +385 (0)47
Cetingrad: +385 (0)47
Drežnik Grad: +385 (0)47
Karlovac: +385 (0)47
Novigrad na Dobri: +385 (0)47
Ogulin: +385 (0)47
Ozalj: +385 (0)47
Rastoke: +385 (0)47
Ribnik: +385 (0)47
Slunj: +385 (0)47
Tounj: +385 (0)47
County of Koprivnica-Križevci
Đurđevac: +385 (0)48
County of Krapina-Zagorje
Desinić: +385 (0)49
Donja Stubica: +385 (0)49
Gornja Stubica: +385 (0)49
Konjščina: +385 (0)49
Krapina: +385 (0)49
Marija Bistrica: +385 (0)49
Pregrada: +385 (0)49
Tuhelj: +385 (0)49
Valentinovo: +385 (0)49
Veliko Trgovišće: +385 (0)49
Zabok: +385 (0)49
Zajezda: +385 (0)49
County of Lika-Senj
Brinje: +385 (0)53
Gacka River: +385 (0)53
Kuterevo: +385 (0)53
Novalja (Pag): +385 (0)53
Otočac: +385 (0)53
Perušić: +385 (0)53
Senj: +385 (0)53
Smiljan: +385 (0)53
Udbina: +385 (0)53
County of Međimurje
Čakovec: +385 (0)40
County of Osijek-Baranja
Darda: +385 (0)31
Karanac: +385 (0)31
Našice: +385 (0)31
Osijek: +385 (0)31
Đakovo: +385 (0)31
County of Požega-Slavonia
Lipik: +385 (0)34
Požega: +385 (0)34
County of Primorje-Gorski Kotar
Bakar: +385 (0)51
Baška (Krk): +385 (0)51
Brod na Kupi: +385 (0)51
Brseč: +385 (0)51
Čabar: +385 (0)51
Cres (Cres): +385 (0)51
Crikvenica: +385 (0)51
Delnice: +385 (0)51
Fužine: +385 (0)51
Grobnik: +385 (0)51
Jurandvor (Krk): +385 (0)51
Kraljevica: +385 (0)51
Krk (Krk): +385 (0)51
Lovran: +385 (0)51
Lubenice (Cres): +385 (0)51
Malinska (Krk): +385 (0)51
Merag (Cres): +385 (0)51
Novi Vinodolski: +385 (0)51
Omišalj (Krk): +385 (0)51
Opatija: +385 (0)51
Osor (Cres): +385 (0)51
Rijeka: +385 (0)51
Selce: +385 (0)51
Severin na Kupi: +385 (0)51
Stara Sušica: +385 (0)51
Valbiska (Krk): +385 (0)51
Veprinac: +385 (0)51
Vrbnik (Krk): +385 (0)51
County of Šibenik-Knin
Betina (Murter): +385 (0)22
Brodarica: +385 (0)22
Drniš: +385 (0)22
Jezera (Murter): +385 (0)22
Knin: +385 (0)22
Kornati: +385 (0)22
Krapanj (Krapanj): +385 (0)22
Miljevci: +385 (0)22
Murter (Murter): +385 (0)22
Otavice: +385 (0)22
Primošten: +385 (0)22
Prokljan Lake: +385 (0)22
Rogoznica: +385 (0)22
Šibenik: +385 (0)22
Skradin: +385 (0)22
Srima: +385 (0)22
Tisno (Murter): +385 (0)22
Trbounje: +385 (0)22
Tribunj: +385 (0)22
Vodice: +385 (0)22
Zlarin (Zlarin): +385 (0)22
County of Sisak-Moslavina
Čigoč: +385 (0)44
Krapje: +385 (0)44
Petrinja: +385 (0)44
Plesmo: +385 (0)44
Sisak: +385 (0)44
County of Slavonski Brod-Posavina
Slavonski Brod: +385 (0)35
County of Split-Dalmatia
Baška Voda: +385 (0)21
Blaca (Brač): +385 (0)21
Bol (Brač): +385 (0)21
Brela: +385 (0)21
Hvar (Hvar): +385 (0)21
Imotski: +385 (0)21
Jelsa (Hvar): +385 (0)21
Ložišća (Brač): +385 (0)21
Makarska: +385 (0)21
Marina: +385 (0)21
Omiš: +385 (0)21
Postira (Brač): +385 (0)21
Pučišća (Brač): +385 (0)21
Sinj: +385 (0)21
Škrip (Brač): +385 (0)21
Split: +385 (0)21
Stari Grad (Hvar): +385 (0)21
Supetar (Brač): +385 (0)21
Sutivan (Brač): +385 (0)21
Trogir: +385 (0)21
County of Varaždin
Bela: +385 (0)42
Lepoglava: +385 (0)42
Ludbreg: +385 (0)42
Novi Marof: +385 (0)42
Trakošćan: +385 (0)42
Varaždin: +385 (0)42
County of Virovitica-Podravina
Suhopolje: +385 (0)33
Virovitica: +385 (0)33
County of Vukovar-Srijem
Ilok: +385 (0)32
Vukovar: +385 (0)32
County of Zadar
Biograd na Moru: +385 (0)23
Maslenica: +385 (0)23
Nin: +385 (0)23
Sali (Dugi Otok): +385 (0)23
Škabrnja: +385 (0)23
Vrana (Dalmatia): +385 (0)23
Zadar: +385 (0)23
County of Zagreb
Ivanić Grad: +385 (0)1
Jastrebarsko: +385 (0)1
Krašić: +385 (0)1
Laduč: +385 (0)1
Pribić: +385 (0)1
Samobor: +385 (0)1
Ščitarjevo: +385 (0)1
Slavetić: +385 (0)1
Strmac Pribićki: +385 (0)1
Sveta Helena: +385 (0)1
Vrbovec: +385 (0)1
Zaprešić: +385 (0)1

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