COVID-19 UPDATE

                                                 Optimistically informing you: Covid-19 weekly update, there were                                                  only two new cases noted across the whole of Croatia!

We want to wish all of our readers and travelers the best of health and hope you are all staying safe, wherever you are in the world. Today we want to inform you about the latest Croatia coronavirus travel advice and try to answer some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the pandemic in Croatia!

 When will borders open, flights take off, and tourism finally begin? Can you travel to Croatia? Who can enter the country?

Country-Specific Information:

Croatia has 2247 confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders:
New cases recorded in the last 24 hours: 1
Number of deaths in the last 24 hours: 0
Total number of deaths: 103
Recovered: 2105
Total number of active cases: 39

  • The Croatian government continues to ease social distancing measures that were implemented to limit the spread of COVID-19.
  • Movement within the country is no longer restricted.
  • Public transportation has resumed including air, land and rail travel as well as boat connections for islands.

Citizens of Slovenia, Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Hungary can enter Croatia without restrictions

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 other 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 covid@mup.hr

If you have any symptoms of Covid-19, contact the Coronavirus Call Center at 113.

Updated WHO recommendations for international traffic in relation to COVID-19 outbreak


Frequently asked questions and answers regarding the conditions of entry into the Republic of Croatia

If you can’t find the answer to your question, please contact Ministry of the Interior using on-line form. 

Do I have to self-isolate after entering the Republic of Croatia?

No. The measure of self-isolation is no longer imposed on all passengers on border crossing points when entering the Republic of Croatia.
It may be imposed only on individuals for whom it is determined during border checks that they have been in contact with a person infected with COVID-19.
However, when entering the Republic of Croatia, border police officers will provide you with a leaflet containing instructions and recommendations issued by the Croatian Institute of Public Health which you have to comply with in the following 14 days.

Which documents are Croatian nationals required to show on a border crossing point when entering the Republic of Croatia if they do not have permanent or temporary residence in the Republic of Croatia?
Croatian nationals and their family members who do not have Croatian citizenship do not have to provide proof that they meet the conditions for entering the Republic of Croatia. It is sufficient that they hold a passport or an identity card.

I am a citizen of a Member State of the EU/EEA and I have booked tourist accommodation in the Republic of Croatia. What documents do I need to have to enter the Republic of Croatia?
It is necessary to present the confirmation of accommodation booking in an accommodation establishment.

  • The confirmation of accommodation booking in an accommodation establishment includes:
  • Confirmation of accommodation booking of all accommodation service providers / all types of accommodation
  • Camp lease contract
  • Permanent berth contract in a nautical tourism port
  • Confirmation of berth reservation in a nautical tourism portTravel agency voucher etc. 

On this page you can fins the current flight schedule

1. – 7.6.2020.
Zagreb – Frankfurt – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Amsterdam – Zagreb – 1x daily
Zagreb – Copenhagen – Zagreb – 5x weekly
Zagreb – Dubrovnik – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Split – Zagreb – 2x daily

8. – 14.6.2020.
Zagreb – Frankfurt – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Amsterdam – Zagreb – 1x daily
Zagreb – Copenhagen – Zagreb – 1x daily
Zagreb – Zürich – Zagreb – 4x weekly
Zagreb – Dubrovnik – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Split – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Zadar – Pula – Zadar – Zagreb – 1x daily

15. – 21.6.2020.
Zagreb – Frankfurt – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Amsterdam – Zagreb – 1x daily
Zagreb – Copenhagen – Zagreb – 1x daily
Zagreb – Zürich – Zagreb –  2x daily (mon, wed & fri), 1x daily (tue, thu, sat & sun)
Zagreb – München – Zagreb – 3x weekly
Zagreb – Sarajevo – Zagreb – 3x weekly
Zagreb – London – Zagreb – 2x weekly
Zagreb – Dublin – Zagreb – 3x weekly
Zagreb – Rome via Split – Zagreb – 3x weekly
Zagreb – Bruxelles – Zagreb – 4x weekly
Zagreb – Vienna – Zagreb – 2x weekly
Zagreb – Dubrovnik – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Split – Zagreb – 2x daily
Zagreb – Zadar – Pula – Zadar – Zagreb – 1x daily


Local Resources:

Please feel free to contact us for any further questions

                                             We are happy to represent one of the safest places for travel and tourism                                            post-coronavirus in Croatia, according to European Best Destinations!

Cavtat, Croatia

Popular with celebrities, families, lovers and fans of gastronomy, culture, nature and watersports, Cavtat is the destination.Croatia is among the European countries least affected by coronavirus with up to 20 times fewer infected people per million inhabitants than in other European countries.Croatia is also one of the European countries with the highest number of hospital beds per inhabitant. The hospital in Dubrovnik, the capital, is a 20-minute drive from Cavtat while the airport is only 10 minutes away.Cavtat has a large selection of private villas, tourist apartments and small family hotels (selected as travelers’ favorites this summer). In addition, Croatia has implemented hygienic and sanitary measures in larger hotels.

Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb is among the favorite places to visit on EBD’s lists: a “travelers’ favorite destination” in Croatia, a “must-see destination for a city break,” the starting point for a road trip in Croatia, “a romantic destination” throughout the year, and a destination recognized for its Christmas market. With a rich history dating from Roman times, it is the capital and the largest city in the country, located in the northwest along the Sava river, at the foot of the southern slopes of Medvednica Mountain. “Come enjoy its thousands of terraces in summer, read the newspaper or watch a football match (the Croats are passionate about football), visit its many beautiful parks, architectural wonders and historical monuments. It’s very Instagrammable, too,” says EBD.

Rijeka, Croatia

The principal seaport and the third-largest city in Croatia after Zagreb and Split, it’s located in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County on Kvarner Bay, an inlet of the Adriatic Sea.Historically, because of its strategic position and deep-water port, the city was fiercely contested, especially among Italy, Hungary and Croatia, changing hands many times over the centuries.Selected as the European capital of culture and named among the Best European Destinations 2020 by EBD, Rijeka is a perfect destination for a safe European trip. It likely will be one of the top destinations this summer. “Croatians love the coffee terraces and the many beaches with crystal clear waters around Rijeka.

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