booklet osijek2006

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Published on March 18, 2008

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Slide1:  IAESTE Ljera Osijek, 23.03.2006. Slide2:  Hello to all future friends - trainees who are coming to Croatia this year ! We are glad you have chosen Croatia to be the country where you will practice your knowledge and (this we promise!) spend an unforgettably fantastic summer. A traineeship is a great opportunity to gain new experiences and knowledge in your field of study. Therefore, we hope that you will be satisfied with your job and the employer (similarly, we hope that there will be no objections to your work). Beside that, you will have a unique chance to discover Croatia, it’s beauty, open and warm people, culture, and finally, to experience our way of life ! Slide3:  WHAT WE CAN PROMISE? We will do everything to make your stay in our country pleasant and comfortable ! That is what we have been doing for the past 50 years. AND… PLEASE… …bring with you some food and drinks typical for your homeland that will show all IAESTE members and trainees what your country is like ;-) HOW WILL THIS BOOKLET HELP U? This booklet is designed as a small first-hand guide for foreign students. Its aim is to answer questions that you usually ask and to give you your first look at Croatia, so please, read it carefully. If you find some unanswered questions, just let us know, and we shall do our best to help you ! Slide4:  P.S. On the next few slides you will found out more about theese things…! Okay – first you’ve got to check your list! (1) PASSPORT valid until the end of your traineeship (2) ARRIVAL NOTE (N5b) sent (3) INSURANCE (4) Submitted ARRIVAL NOTE at www.iaeste.hr/arrival ALSO… DO NOT FORGET…  All papers related to your traineeship  Tickets  Visa (if required)  Driving license (if you have one)  This booklet ;-)  Money or Credit card, enough until the first salary (about €275)  Bathing suit, Sleeping bag & Backpacks, medicine, camera  Some snacks and drinks typical for your country  And, of course… A good sense of humour and a big ;-) on your face ;-) Slide5:  (1) PASSPORTS & VISAS To enter Croatia, you need a valid passport. When applying for accommodation, you will get a residence permit. At some places of accommodation, you will have to leave your passport at the reception desk. Always carry the residence permit with you, because it will serve as your ID in Croatia. If your stay is longer than 3 months you will need to apply for an ENTRY VISA. We need you to have it upon arrival in order to obtain you a Work Permit within the first few days of your stay. Do apply for your Entry Visa immediately at your nearest Croatian Embassy / Consulate, and inform us ([email protected]) about the date of your appliance and the Embassy you have applied at, so that we can speed up the procedure, if necessary. For those who need a Visa in order to enter Croatia we also suggest that you apply for a visa for the neighbouring countries (Slovenia, Hungary and Italy). Slide6:  (2) INSURANCE You are obliged to obtain adequate insurance covering illness, accidents, disability, death and personal liability before leaving your country. Foreign citizens must pay for medical assistance unless their country has an agreement with Croatian medical insurance. If anything unwanted happens to you, inform us as soon as possible, and we shall do our best to help you. Slide7:  Please, send your Arrival note (N5-b form) to your IAESTE National Committee at least 20 days before your arrival. Unless you send it on time, we will not be able to provide lodging, necessary documents etc. It is very important to send (together with your arrival note) a copy of the insurance policy, which is compulsory for all trainees. Also, send us a photo of yourself to help us identify you when you arrive. Please fill out the Arrival Form at our web site (www.iaeste.hr/arrival) with all the necessary information concerning your arrival to Croatia. Do not forget to write, in your Arrival note, the place of your arrival in Croatia, and the exact date and time of arrival, as well as the departing place. If it is possible, please note: the airline and flight number (if coming by plane), or the name of the train (if coming by train), or the bus company (if coming by bus-line). Try to arrange your arrival on working days (Monday to Friday) and in the daytime. By doing this, you will help us in picking you up upon your arrival. If you arrive after 22:00 it will be hard to arrange for someone to meet you. We do understand, however, that due to the nature of connections with Croatia sometimes this cannot be avoided. (3) ARRIVAL NOTE (1/2) Slide8:  Please, do not contact the company that you will be working for, because we are taking care of informing them about everything concerning you. In that way, the company and we will avoid all possible misunderstandings. On your first working day, one of the reception officers will accompany you to your working place, introduce you to the company and explain the easiest way to reach your working place. Do not worry about what to wear at work. Although the tie (French: cravate) is of Croatian origin, you are not obliged to wear it everywhere. Jeans and shirts are acceptable almost everywhere, but you might have to wear a working suit at certain places. (3) ARRIVAL NOTE (2/2) Slide9:  THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CROATIA In a few words, Croatia (Republika Hrvatska, HR) is a small country in southeast Europe with about 4.6 mil. inhabitants covering an area of 56 538 km2. Geographically, Croatia is divided into three regions: Panonian, Mountain and Coastal. Politically, it is divided into 20 counties (županije), which are subdivided into cities and communities. The capital is Zagreb with app. 1 mil. inhabitants. Other larger cities are: Split, Rijeka, Osijek, Zadar, Pula, Dubrovnik, Šibenik, Varaždin, Karlovac, Bjelovar etc. Beside Croats, there are many other ethnic communities. Most citizens are Roman Catholics. Slide10:  The official language is Croatian. Many people also speak English, German and Italian (especially in the coastal area). Croatia’s economic aspirations lie in tourism and agriculture. The main industries are: food, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, textile, leather, wood, tobacco and shipbuilding industries. Croatia also acts as `the exit to the sea' for the land-locked Central European countries and a link between East and West. Croatia is a Republic and the political system is a parliamentary democracy, which was established in 1990. The government is represented by the President, the bicameral Parliament (Sabor, made up of the Deputy house - Zastupnički dom and the County house - Županijski dom) and the Government (Vlada). Croatia has seven national parks: Brijuni islands, Risnjak mountain, Plitvice lakes, Paklenica gorge, Kornati islands, the Krka river and the island of Mljet as well as many nature parks and game reserves. The love for nature is also expressed in the national anthem: Lijepa naša Domovino (`Our Lovely Homeland'). Croatia is a young country, born in 1991 thanks to the courage and devotion of its citizens. It has a long and rich history, signs of which can be found almost everywhere. THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CROATIA Slide11:  In Croatia, you can find the following types of transportation: Croatian railways (Hrvatske Željeznice) Croatia is linked by many EC, IC and Express trains with: Ljubljana, Budapest, Wien, Munchen, Leipzig, Trieste, Venezia and Geneve. There are three types of domestic trains: InterCity (fast, comfortable and expensive trains which require a seat reservation), Brzi (fast trains) and Putnički (local and suburban trains). Bus lines have a dense network. Internal lines are operated by many companies, which are frequent, fast and reliable. Bus lines operate between Croatia and many European cities. Ferry and ship lines operate between the mainland and numerous islands in the coastal region. They also connect Croatia and Italy. The main sea ports are Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Ploče and Dubrovnik. Air transport is maintained by Croatia Airlines and many foreign companies with regular and charter flights. Apart from three international (Zagreb, Split and Pula), there are several other airports (Rijeka, Lošinj, Zadar, Brač, Dubrovnik and Osijek) and also many airfields. THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CROATIA – TRANSPORTATION (1/2) Slide12:  Road traffic regulations in Croatia, for those who are coming by car, bike or motorbike, follow the European standards. Speed limits are (unless specified differently): 130 km/h on motorways, 80 km/h on main roads and 50 km/h in towns. The allowed level of alcohol in your blood is 0.00%. If you want to operate a motor vehicle, you must have your national driving license and the Green card. Road assistance is provided by HAK (phone no. 987). Police patrols can be found almost everywhere, so speeding is not recommended. You are obliged to wear a seatbelt. The types of gasoline (benzin) you can find here are: super 98 octane, eurosuper 95 & 98 octane unleaded (bezolovni), normal 91 octane and eurodiesel. Tolls are collected on motorways (Zagreb-Slavonski Brod, Zagreb-Karlovac, Zagreb-Zabok), at the Učka tunnel and at the Bridge to the island of Krk. Croatian roads, except motorways, are in pretty bad condition so you should take care. The means of public transportation in cities are buses and trams (in Zagreb and Osijek). Taking a taxi is expensive here, but you can always hitchhike. If you want to rent a bike, motorbike or a scooter you will have to look around a lot (except in tourist centers on the coast where they are easy to find). There are many companies that rent cars but they are not cheap. Traffic regulations are similar to those in other European countries (right-hand traffic!). THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CROATIA – TRANSPORTATION (2/2) Slide13:  ROAD DISTANCES between Zagreb and some major European towns: Budapest - 362 km Vienna - 399 km Rome - 957 km Berlin - 1,111 km Amsterdam - 1,402 km Paris - 1,458 km London - 1,593 km Athens - 1,600 km Madrid - 2,324 km Munich - 436 km Zurich - 604 km Slide14:  In Croatia, you can experience two different types of climate. The Mediterranean climate prevails in the coastal region, with a lot of sunny days, hot summers and mild winters. You can enjoy yourself on numerous beaches during five warm months (June - October). In the continental region, there is, of course, the Continental climate: pretty hot during the summer, and pretty cold in the winter. Average temperatures during the summer period are between 25-35 °C. It is rather windy by the seaside, so windsurfing is possible (and enjoyable). It doesn't rain a lot in Croatia. There is the same number of sunny and rainy days. If you are going to stay here in September or onwards we suggest you to bring some warm clothes as well (e.g. jacket, sweaters). CLIMATE Slide15:  ELECTRICITY In Croatia, we use a 220V/50Hz alternating current. Most plugs have two round pins. You should bring a plug adapter and a transformer if you want to operate with electronic devices that do not correspond to Croatian standards. POST OFFICES & TELEPHONE (1/2) Post offices are marked with a yellow 'HP' sign. There you can make phone calls, buy postcards, stamps, phone cards and send letters, packages and faxes abroad. You can phone from post offices or from telephone booths. Telephone booths can be found almost everywhere. Booths are operated by phone cards (telefonska kartica) which may be bought at news-stands or in post offices. Phone cards can be found in 25, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 units (the last three are recommended for visiting students). Slide16:  Important numbers: ... to call abroad  first dial 00, then country code ... to Croatia - after the exit code dial: 385 ... emergency call operator: 112 ... police: 92 … firemen: 93 … ambulance: 94 … road assistance: 987 ... information: 988 ... collect calls abroad (operator): 901 ___________________________________ ... Zagreb area code: (0)1 ... Rijeka area code: (0)51 ... Osijek area code: (0)31 ... Split area code: (0)21 Annotation: Unfortunately you cannot use international phonecards and there is no discount when you use the telephone booths. Country Direct Services work for the USA, Canada, UK, Italy and the Netherlands. Telephone booths have instructions in foreign languages, so they can be used with ease. It is much cheaper to phone from the post office POST OFFICES & TELEPHONE (2/2) Slide17:  The Croatian currency is the Kuna (kn, HRK). It is divided into 100 lipa (lp). Money can be exchanged in every bank, exchange office (mjenjačnica), exchange machine, travel agency and also in many (marked) shops, but unfortunately not in post offices. In Croatia, you can use most common credit cards like American Express, Diners, EuroCard/ MasterCard, Visa, etc. A receipt is issued for each exchange transaction (Receipt for the Purchase of Foreign Means of Payment). A copy of the receipt is given to the customer. Foreign nationals can convert unused kunas back into a foreign currency after presentation of the receipt of the original exchange of foreign currency into Croatian kunas. In principle, retransfer can be effected only in banks. Goods and services bought in Croatia cannot be paid for directly with travelers cheques. Travelers cheques and Eurocheques must first be cashed in exchange offices for Croatian kunas. Travelers cheques issued by the leading international banks and travel agencies are accepted in Croatia. Banker's drafts issued by reputable international banks can be drawn in Croatian banks for Croatian kunas. Personal cheques are not accepted for direct payment for goods and services, but they can be cashed for Croatian kunas in Croatian banks (following a confirmation by the issuing bank). MONEY & SHOPPING (1/4) Slide18:  Shops in Croatia are open all day long (mostly from 8.00 till 20.00, except Sundays), especially in the summer period, so you may go shopping at any time. Banking hours are 8.00-19.00, on working days (unless noted otherwise). Prices vary a lot depending on the shop, so you should take a look around before buying anything! MONEY & SHOPPING (2/4) Slide19:  Prices of some basic commodities: (average, in Zagreb, March, 2006) bread (1 kg) 5-7 kn milk (1 l) 5 kn beer (0.5 l, shop) 4 kn mineral water (1l, shop) 4 kn pizza 25-35 kn hamburger (McDonalds) 8 kn ćevapi 18 kn beer (0.5 l, pub) 10-15 kn coffee (cup) 5-8 kn disco, entrance 10-35 kn cinema 15-25 kn Annotation: These prices and the exchange rate were taken during March 2006. The average inflation rate in Croatia is about 3% per year, so prices and the rate maybe slightly change. The exchange rates for kn (21th March 2006) Source: http://www.hnb.hr/tecajn/htecajn.htm Slide20:  Croatian meals are a mixture of Mediterranean and Continental cuisine. You may find some meals similar to yours, or something completely different that you won't find anywhere except in Croatia. If you decide to go to a restaurant to have dinner, be prepared to pay a price somewhat higher than you might expect, but it will surely be a real pleasure for you to choose among all the kinds of fish and meat dishes, as well as other delicious meals. Here’s the some of recommended Croatian meals are (listed according to their regional origin): FOOD & DRINKS (1/2) štrukli (pastry filled with cottage cheese, boiled in an onion soup or baked) orehnjača (walnut roll), purica s mlincima (turkey with boiled dough), janjetina s ražnja (roasted lamb on the spit), krumpir ispod peke (potato baked under a coal covered pot), paški sir (goat cheese from the island of Pag), dalmatinska pašticada (veal in a special, tasty sauce), čobanac (stew made of various kinds of meat), fiš-paprikaš (river fish stew), kulen (paprika flavored sausage). … Slide21:  Of course, here you may also find numerous restaurants offering international (e.g. Italian, French, Chinese) cuisine. We hope that you will be satisfied. Most of you, as well as other students in Croatia, will go to the students' restaurants, numerous pizzerias, hamburger and other fast-food places. Of course, you will have to try 'our' (actually oriental) fast food: ćevapčići (or just: ćevapi) and burek. There's much to say about drinks. The first Croatian word most visiting students learn is 'pivo' (beer). You can choose between several Croatian (e.g. Karlovačko, Ožujsko, dark Tomislav) and imported beers. There is a large offer of wines. In the northwestern part of the country (where Zagreb is situated), there are many sorts of wines, which are popular, but very sour. So we suggest you try wines from the coastal region (e.g. Malvasia, Merlot and Teran from Istria, and Babić, Kaštelet, Postup, Dingač, Pošip, Debit and Zlatni Plavac from Dalmatia) or Slavonian wines (Traminac, Frankovka and Graševina from Kutjevo). Among spirits the most popular is loza (grape brandy). Last but not least: tap water is drinkable anywhere in Croatia ! FOOD & DRINKS (2/2) Slide22:  Public holidays in Croatia are the following: January 1st - New Year's Day January 6th - Epiphany April 20th - Easter May 1st - Labor Day May 26th - Tjelovo June 22nd - Antifascist Day August 5th - National Thanksgiving Day August 15th - Our Lady of Assumption November 1st - All Saint’s Day December 25th & 26th - Christmas PUBLIC HOLIDAYS Slide23:  If you cannot do without the news, foreign press (various newspapers and journals in English, German, French, Italian… languages) can be found at news-stands usually at central squares, rail stations and in hotels. In Zagreb, there is a large foreign press bookshop Algoritam at Gajeva 1 (next to Hotel Dubrovnik). If you have a TV in the student dormitory, there are three national channels: HRT 1, 2 . During summer, there is a news service for tourists in English and German on HRT 1 usually at the end of the broadcast. There are also some local televisions like: RTL,Nova TV, OTV (Zagreb), Slavonska TV (Osijek), TV Marjan and Adriatic TV (Split). People usually watch (if they have a satellite receiver) many satellite channels like CNN, SKY, Eurosport etc. HRT is the national radio network with 3 channels (many frequencies depending on the area). It has news in English and German. Popular radio stations are: in Zagreb: Radio 101 (the most popular channel in Zagreb , 90.7 and 94.3 MHz), Radio Cibona (a sports channel 104.5 MHz), Otvoreni Radio (105.6 MHz); in Split: Radio Dalmacija (106.9 MHz), Narodni radio (103.5 MHz); IN OSIJEK: Slavonski radio (106.6 MHz), Gradski radio (99.1 MHz), Otvoreni Radio (104.4 MHz). MEDIA Slide24:  Osijek is the largest and most important town of Slavonia and Barania (eastern Croatia). It is situated on the Drava river that slowly flows beside the Roman settlement of Mursa. and it’s more than 800 years old. At almost every step you can see remains of the past, old buildings and monuments. Things you can't see on first sight, you may find in the Museum of Slavonia, the Fine Arts Gallery and the History Archive. We shouldn't forget to mention the oldest part of Osijek - Tvrđa (the Citadel). Today, Osijek is a significant administrative, business and industrial center with about 125 000 inhabitants. It is also the cultural (Croatian National Theatre) and educational (`J.J.Strossmayer' University) center of Slavonia. The town consists of three parts: Gornji grad (the Upper Town), Donji grad (the Downtown) and Tvrđa, which are interconnected with many alleys and parks built in the Secession style. A FEW WORDS ABOUT OSIJEK… Slide25:  ARRIVAL IN OSIJEK If you announce your arrival in our town, with proper date and time, it will not be a problem to meet you at the appropriate station, so if you come by: train: we shall wait you at the main exit from the station bus: we shall wait you at the arrival platform In case you decide to come by your own means of transportation, just follow signs to the city center. There you can ask for the nearest post office or phone booth where you can phone us from. ACCOMMODATION Accommodation is arranged in : ‘Studentski dom' Address: I.G. Kovačića 4 31000 Osijek in the period from 15.07. till 01.09. Outside this period, we will find something else. There are two restaurants of the Student's Center: `Studentska menza' - cheaper, but lower quality; ( lunch time: 11.30-14 h, dinner time: 17.30-19h) `Gaudeamus' Restaurant - it is, actually, a restaurant ; open all day `Index`-something like `Studentska menza' `Bendek restaurant`- like Gaudeamus Slide26:  SIGHTSEEING Osijek is known as the greenest and the cleanest town in Croatia. There are 17 parks in Osijek, but two of them are the most significant: King Tomislav Gardens (arranged in English style, with many tennis courts and linden planted for the 900th anniversary of the medieval Croatian kingdom) and King Krešimir Gardens (arranged in French style). Being in Osijek and missing Tvrđa is a severe mistake. It is one of the most preserved baroque town cores in Europe. In the center of Tvrđa is a square with a monument to the plague and the famous Austrian headquarters palace. There are also two churches: St. Michael's and St. Anton's. Going form Tvrđa to Gornji grad, you should pass the European Avenue, a unique row of Secession-style buildings and palaces. Just behind the central square (Trg Ante Starčevića) is the Osijek parish church of St. Peter and Paul, better known as the Osijek Cathedral, although the real cathedral is in the nearby city of Đakovo. SIGHTSEEING Slide27:  Local transportation in Osijek is organized by GPP `Osijek'. You will have the possibility to buy a student monthly ticket valid for both trams and buses in every zone. Upon arrival, you will be given a city transportation map with instructions how to get to your working place. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION Slide28:  Bizovac is situated near Osijek. It has a thermal spring (the so-called `remains of the Pannonian Sea') with spa and recreation center. Kopački rit is one of the largest natural bird reserves in Europe situated in Baranja, also very near Osijek. Đakovo is a town in the very center of the Slavonian plains and the center of the Đakovo and Srijem Diocese has the largest cathedral in this part of Europe. It was built in the 19th century by Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer (also known as a great donor and founder of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts). Near Đakovo there are famous stables with the famous Lipicaner horses. SURROUNDINGS Slide29:  The most popular sport center in Osijek during the summer is definitely the Recreation Center `Copacabana' (popularly called `Kopika') on the left bank of the Drava river. There you can find swimming pools, football and basketball grounds and on the sandy river beach - beach- volley grounds. There are also indoor swimming pools. In almost every part of Osijek, you will find sport grounds, but the most popular are ŠD `K Sokolu' ŠD `Iktus' and `Srednjoškolsko igralište’. If you are interested in large sport events, there are the sport hall `Zrinjevac' (basketball, handball) and `Gradski vrt' stadium (football) + swimming pools. RECREATION Slide30:  Osijek is a relatively small town and the most popular places for weekend entertainment are: ‘Posh’, ‘Matrix’, ‘De Mode’, ‘Radić’, ‘Pub’ , ‘Coctail Bar’, ‘Excalibur’. The most popular discos in Osijek are: `Oxygene’ (techno and dance music), ‘Sound’ (disco with the longest tradition in Osijek), AND FINALLY… ENTERTAINMENT!! CONTACTS:  CONTACTS National cordinator for summer reception: Žeravica Ivan: [email protected] phone: +385958129144 Local cordinator for summer reception: Pipus Egon: [email protected] phone: +38598590193

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