Croatia is open to EU members, people visiting for urgent family or business reasons and some other countries, including the US. Tourism is allowed, but only for people who fall into these categories.
All arrivals must bring a negative COVID-19 test and quarantine at a government approved facility if necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Croatia reopening – LAST UPDATES
June 2 – Croatia hopes to reopen without quarantine for more vaccinated international visitors this summer.
Croatia has reopened to fully vaccinated travelers from the EU, US and other third countries, depending on its epidemiological situation. These travelers must also submit an approved negative COVID-19 test or a certificate confirming COVID-19 recovery within the past six months.
However, not all travelers are allowed and not all of the country is open to tourism.
In order to attract more international visitors, the Minister of Tourism, Nikolina Brnjac, announced that the government will install several PCR test stations for international travelers to take a COVID-19 test so that they can return to their countries of origin.
(Source: Travel Pulse)
Who can enter Croatia?
- People visiting for urgent family or business reasons
- Citizens or residents of the EU / EEA and their families.
People who fall into these categories can only tour if they present proof of accommodation paid in advance. Travelers who can arrange private accommodation will need the owner to provide a letter confirming the booking and payment.
Can visitors enter Croatia by land?
They can, but only after filling a Format at the port of entry.
What can tourists do for fun in Croatia?
While in Croatia, visitors can go to:
- Cafes, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Those ones they are is allowed to operate in restricted capacity and is expected to close at midnight.
- Beaches, parks, outdoor recreational facilities (including swimming pools, water parks and thermal spas)
- Zagreb Zoo
- Public meetings and other events (Restrictions apply – check them out on here)
Situation of COVID-19 in Croatia
From June 2nd, the Croatian government informed 356,829 cases and 8,042 deaths.