How to travel to Croatia and Istria during the Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19)?
Situation on January 17, 2021: It is possible to travel to Croatia during the coronavirus epidemic.
- Currently ill in the region of Istria: the beginning of the epidemic: 106
- Norway: 10,889
- Greece: 13,835
- Albania: 23,618
- Germany: 24,518
- ISTRIA REGION (Croatia): 28,545
- Denmark: 32,321
- Hungary: 35,874
- Poland: 37,250
- Italy: 39,319
- Slovakia: 40,824
- Macedonia: 42,727
- France: 42,739
- Austria: 44,089
- Spain: 47,816
- United Kingdom 50,536
- Sweden 50,659
- Portugal: 52,490
- Netherlands: 51,971
- Serbia: 53,307
- Croatia: 55,094
- Switzerland: 57,675
- Belgium: 58,763
- Slovenia: 70,942
- Czech Republic: 82,655
For easier and faster entry into Croatia, foreign citizens are recommended to fill out a web form on the page: https://entercroatia.mup.hr/ before entering Croatia.
Citizens of European Union countries can enter Croatia if they meet the following conditions:
- are guests who have a confirmation of booking accommodation in Croatia
- own real estate in Croatia (show proof of real estate ownership at the border crossing)
- own a vessel in Croatia (show proof of ownership of the vessel at the border crossing)
- go to a funeral in Croatia (show documentation proving it at the border crossing)
- travel to Croatia on business (show proof of business interest at the border, for example, invitation to a meeting, etc.)
- all others who have a justifiable reason and cannot document it must send a request to email@example.com
- When returning from Croatia to Austria, it is necessary to have a valid test for Covid-19, not older than 72 hours, or it is necessary to do it in Austria within 48 hours after entering the country.
- Upon return to Slovenia, passengers must be quarantined for two weeks.
If you have any symptoms of Covid-19, contact the Coronavirus Call Center at 113.
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