Safe travel to Croatia

photo credit by Šibenik Knin County Tourist Board
photo credit by Šibenik Knin County Tourist Board

Is it safe to travel to Croatia?

Croatia is open to tourists. The requirements may slightly differ depending on your country of origin.

Effective July 1st, all EU/EEA nationals and persons with permanent residence in EU/EEA country can freely enter Croatia without restrictions.

All travelers are, however, advised to fill this document https://entercroatia.mup.hr/             

Third-country nationals ( USA ) still have some restrictions in place: they can enter on business or tourism-related reasons only, but also need to fill this document https://entercroatia.mup.hr/

Also, effective July 10th, travelers from England can visit Croatia with no quarantine restrictions on returning to England, unless you have traveled through a destination that is not exempt.

Before arrival familiarises yourself with Croatia’s current safety measure.

photo credit by Šibenik Knin County Tourist Board
photo credit by Šibenik Knin County Tourist Board

The online form includes all data usually requested in the process of crossing the border. With the simple presentation of a passport or identity document to a police officer at the border, the number or code from the identity card or passport is automatically linked to all pre-entered data. In this way, the time to complete the entire procedure of data entry at the border for each individual person in any given vehicle is reduced to a minimum, and traffic flow is increased.

All visitors who fill out the online form will receive email instructions that will include epidemiological guidelines and information currently in place for visitors to Croatia.

The page is available in eleven languages, including English, Croatian, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Slovenian, Hungarian, Polish, Slovak, and Czech.

The form is also available in a mobile-responsive format that may be accessed via the same link and completed on a mobile device. Should there be any issues or questions with regard to the form, please contact:  entercroatia@mint.hr

Tribunj, Croatia, photo by Dreamdivision, photo credit by TZSKZ
Tribunj, Croatia, photo by Dreamdivision, photo credit by TZSKZ

Confirmation of accommodation booking in an accommodation establishment includes:

 • Confirmation of accommodation booking of all accommodation service providers / all types of accommodation

 • Confirmation of berth reservation in a nautical tourism port

 • Travel agency voucher etc.

Overall safety and hygiene measures, as well as social distancing, are to be respected as required: The latest Covid-19 information and accompanying rules may be found here: https://www.koronavirus.hr/en  and additional visitor information may be found here.

Is proof of a negative COVID test required for entry?

No, Croatia does not require COVID testing, nor proof of a negative test to enter.

For daily updates, please check Croatian Tourist Board official web page https://croatia.hr/en-GB/coronavirus-2019-ncov-q-and-a

Rogoznica, Croatia, photo by DreamDivision, photo credit by Šibenik Knin County Tourist Board
Rogoznica, Croatia, photo by DreamDivision, photo credit by Šibenik Knin County Tourist Board

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