Comprehensive database with all the postal codes from Croatia. Made for developers to get all data by REST API or GraphQL. Source: Geonames.
Croatia, officially known as the Republic of Croatia, is a country at the Central and Southeast Europe crossroads on the Adriatic Sea. In the 6th century, Croats arrived, and then by the 9th century, they organized this territory into two ditches. At the same time, Croatia was recognized as independent internationally on 7th June 879 during Duke Branimir's reign. However, currently, Croatia has been recognized by the World Bank as one of the high-income economies. It also ranked very high in the index of Human Development, agriculture, and industrial sector. Even more, tourism is one of the most significant revenue sources here.
Postal Codes in Croatia
Postal Codes in Croatia are based on a 5-digit numeric code. In Croatia, there are twenty defined two digits zones. Zagreb County and Zagreb City have one, every other subdivision of the first level, i.e., one of the Croatian counties has its range.
From the possible 10 one-digit ranges, only five are assigned. These include:
Croatia is in Southeast and central Europe, located on the Adriatic Coast. The country is bordered by Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and Herzegovina. Zagreb is the capital as well as the largest city of Croatia. It also forms the primary subdivision of the country with other twenty counties. Croatia boasts an area of 56,594 sq. km, and its population is 4.07 million. Croatia is one of the richest countries in Europe in terms of biodiversity. Forests are also present in the country significantly. Croatia contains 37,000 known species. However, the actual number lies between 50,000 and 100,000.
Most of Croatia contains a rainy continental and moderately warm climate. The average monthly temperature of Croatia is ranging from 27°F in January and 64 °F in July. Gorski Kotar and Lika are the coldest parts of the country where the snowy forested climate can be found at elevations higher than 1,200 meters.
Prevailing winds are light to moderate, while in the coastal area, these are determined by the features of the local area.