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Croatia opened to U.S. and Canadian travelers on April 1, and while United recently announced non-stop flights from the U.S. to Dubrovnik starting in July, traveling isn’t as easy as getting off the plane and heading to your hotel or villa anymore.
Travelers will need …
Proof Of Accommodations
The Croatian government is requiring all travelers to show they have accommodations and they are paid in full. You can be staying in a hotel, on a boat, a private rental, or anywhere else you may plan to lay your head. You just need to prove it’s booked and paid for.
Plus One Of The Following:
Proof Of Negative COVID Test
Croatia is requiring travelers to show proof of a negative PCR or rapid antigen test that’s been done within 48 hours of arrival in Croatia. The test must be on the list of tests accepted by the Members States of the European Union. The rapid antigen test must show the type of test, proof of where it was done, and signed by a doctor.
Tip: If you’re going to be in Croatia longer than 10 days, you’ll need to repeat the test while there.
Anyone who’s been vaccinated will want to have their vaccine card or certificate with them. It must show that you received your last vaccine, whether you received a two-dose or single-dose vaccine, within 14 days of arrival.
Proof Of Positive COVID Test And Recovery
This one may have you scratching your head, but here’s the catch. The positive PCR or rapid antigen test must confirm that the traveler recovered from COVID more than 11 days before arrival, but no more than 180 days. You’ll also need proof of recovery from a doctor.
COVID Test Upon Arrival
You can travel to Croatia without any of the above; however, you will be required to be tested when you get there. You’ll have to pay for the test and remain in self-isolation until the test results come back negative. If a test can’t be performed, for whatever reason, travelers will need to self-isolate for 10 days.
Croatia is a beautiful country made up of nearly 4,000 miles of coastline, has history to spare, and is home to one of our favorite summer festivals in Europe, so there’s plenty to see by land or by boat. Plus the country started vaccinating its 70,000 tourism workers in April and also plans to vaccine 90,000 of its private accommodations providers. They’re also planning to set up additional locations for testing tourists.