Passports, currency and borders: What changes when Croatia joins the Schengen zone in 2023?

Croatia is set to join the borderless Schengen zone next year following a vote by the European Parliament.

A 534-54 majority has paved the way for Croatia to become part of the world’s largest passport-free area.

It will join the 26 countries currently in the Schengen zone.

Croatia will also start using the euro from January 2023. Here’s what you need to know if you’re planning a trip to the country next year.

Do you need a passport to enter Croatia?

Croatia has been part of the European Union since 2013 but is not currently in the Schengen zone.

This means that a passport or identity card is still required to enter the country even

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