The Covid-19 pandemic has been tough on many countries around the world but some had a better handle on it than others, Croatia is one of them. Croatia enforced some of Europe’s strictest measures to contain the virus and it paid off with one of the lowest rates of infection in Europe.
Croatia opened up its borders in May and as of the 1st July travellers from the UK were allowed to enter without restrictions. Followed by the UK Government giving Croatia the green light on Friday 3rd July. Meaning that from 10th of July UK holidaymakers travelling to Croatia can return to the UK without the mandatory 14-day quarantine imposed on all inbound arrivals and exempt from the FCO warning against all but non-essential travel. For more info, visit Gov.uk
Hurrah! The glistening Adriatic Coast and Croatia’s natural and historic beauty are no longer a distant dream.
No. Previous requirements, such as providing the purpose of your trip on entry in Croatia, have now been lifted. There is no need to self-isolate on arrival and you can travel freely throughout the country.
Travellers entering Croatia via the borders should fill in the entry form, available here and valid for 90 days.
Masks are mandatory on public transport, including local ferries, so do be prepared with protection.
Bars, restaurants and cafes are opened to the public, as are national parks and beaches and local transport, including ferries. The hotels we partner with are implementing the latest guidance from WHO and the Croatian Institute for Public Health. Buffets have been replaced with individual sit down meals and all facilities are open. Our drivers and guides are ensuring social distancing is maintained and that cars and equipment are regularly sanitised.
Written by: Aislinn O’Neill