Croatian Fuel Prices Shoot Up Once Again, Here Are The New Costs

Lauren Simmonds

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This morning, Croatian fuel prices shot up once again after having fallen to more respectable levels a couple of weeks ago. This morning, diesel in particular is 28 lipa more expensive than it was last night. Here are the new prices if you want to fill your tank in this countru as of today.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Croatian fuel prices on sale across the country’s many fuel stations has risen once again since midnight.

One litre of Eurosuper 95, which was below 12 kuna last week, now costs 12.19 kuna. In the premium version, the price has risen from 13.16 to 13.67 kuna. A full 50-litre fuel tank is as such 11 kuna more expensive now than it was last night.

A full diesel tank, on the other hand, is 12 and a half kuna more expensive than it was yesterday. A litre of diesel is 28 lipa more expensive this morning than it was at midnight last night and costs 12.70 kuna, while in its premium variants, it costs over 14 kuna.

Depending on the point of sale, a litre of autogas now stands between 6.89 kuna and 7.19 kuna as of this morning.

For more on Croatian fuel prices and inflation as this fluid situation changes, make sure to check out our dedicated news section.


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