The Ministry of the Interior is on its website under the category UZG COVID on the main menu bar, published answers to the most frequently asked questions about the conditions of entry into the Republic of Croatia, given the restrictions in force due to the control of the spread of COVID-19.
Although this important information should have been published much earlier, in order to avoid communication chaos, especially related to the opening of borders and the entry of foreign tourists into HR, which arose precisely because of poor communication and slow reaction.
By the way, the information was published in Croatian, English and German, and as the Ministry of the Interior points out, it is planned to expand to other foreign languages.
Tourists only need to have a confirmation of booking an accommodation service
All foreign citizens who have booked tourist accommodation in the Republic of Croatia can enter Croatia. Of the documentation they must have to enter the Republic of Croatia is only a confirmation of the reservation of accommodation in the accommodation facility.
- confirmation of accommodation reservation of all accommodation service providers / all types of accommodation. We emphasize all accommodation providers.
- or a tenancy agreement at the campsite
- or a contract for a permanent berth in a nautical tourism port
- or a reservation confirmation for a berth in a nautical tourism port
- or travel agency vouchers, etc.
When entering the Republic of Croatia, it is necessary to show the title deed, sales contract or other documentation from which it follows that you are the owner of the property or vessel. In that case, you and members of your immediate family will be allowed to enter.
Thus, the issue of the need for self-isolation from the Ministry of the Interior points out that the measure of self-isolation is no longer determined for all passengers at border crossings when entering the Republic of Croatia. It can only be determined for individuals who are found by border control to have been in contact with a person with COVID-19.
Upon entering the Republic of Croatia, the border police will hand out a leaflet with instructions and recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health, which you are obliged to follow for the next 14 days.
Also, at the end there is a questionnaire for direct communication if anyone has additional questions.
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