How to travel in Croatia 2020

Good news, world! Or at least we’re getting there, slowly but steadily. We are now in May already and the world looks like a whole new place, considering the last couple of months in 2020. In the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, the world has closed its borders and almost all travel plans have come to a full stop. Today, we are here to help you with some information on how to travel in Croatia in 2020. And further, of course.

Borders in Croatia

You can enter Croatia if you have a EU/EEU passport.

After June 15th (unofficially), you can enter Croatia if you are a US citizen.

No quarantine, virus test or self-isolation is required.

Flights to Croatia

Domestic flights are operating since May 15th.

European international flights are to resume on June 8th.

Intercontinental flights will resume on July 1st.

Your safety in Croatia

Face masks and gloves are not required in public.

Social distance of 1.5m is recommended in bars, restaurants and beaches. 

Avoid handshaking and physical contact with strangers.

Easier entry to Croatia

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to our country again. In order to help you and make your life and holiday in Croatia easier, read further. If you want to travel in Croatia in 2020, worry not. The Croatian government has made a website for you where you can fill out a form. With entering some basic information on your travel plans, you will be much quicker on the border controls and you will have some extra time for those drinks on the beach.

You can find the link here.

Last but not least, let us give you some more great news on your travel in Croatia plans. 10 European countries and their citizens will have a normal entry process of entering Croatia, just like before the “new normal” times of travel, with no need for any additional processing, are: 

Slovenia, Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Germany.

And if you need any additional help with your travel plans, you can check out our holidays in Croatia and write to us. See you soon, world.

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