Dear guests, please check that you are registered!
According to the Law on Residence Tax as well as the Law on Payment of Residence Tax for Foreigners and Registration of Stay, both the host and the guest are obliged to fulfill this requirement. For your safety and realisation of your rights, we would kindly ask you to check that your host has registered you for the whole period of your stay, from the day of your arrival to departure. All people offering accommodation are required to register their guests, and to possess confirmation of the registration of stay for every guest in any commercial accommodation (hotels, aparthotels, tourist settlements, apartments, camps, guest houses, Bed and Breakfast, hostels, private accommodation, marinas etc.) and are obliged at the request of the guest to show this confirmation. Your check is extremely important and necessary especially if you are staying in private accommodation, because of the quality of the service and the prevention of illegal work by hosts who have not registered their accommodation according to the law.
We thank you very much for your cooperation in this matter and wish you a pleasant stay in Nin
Church of st. Nicholas
Did you know that a widely known symbol of Nin is the Romanesque church of St. Nicholas from 11th/12th century, built on a hummock and also used as the coronation church? National folk legend has it that in Nin seven kings were crowned, and during the coronation, accompanied by a magnificent escort, the crowned ruler would ride to the Church of St. Nicholas where he was presented to the people. From that hummock, as a sign of his royal power, he would strike a sword to all four cardinal points.