Visit Central Dalmatia - “Corona free” zone

It is likely that optimists will be right this summer and that the tourist season will bring significantly more than the previously predicted 20 percent of traffic. Optimists currently predict that up to 50 percent of last year's tourist traffic could be realized, especially given the unavailability of the Spanish market, which could spill significant traffic from Germany to Croatia.

It could be said that Croatia’s summer tourist season started two weekends ago. We managed to reach a number of 133 open hotels and 65 open camps from practically zero, campers headed south on the roads, and an increasingly strong campaign is being launched by Zagreb hotels that are still suffering from the consequences of the earthquake.

Croatian borders are already open for tourists. Upon entry, tourists must have a confirmation of booking accommodation, and at the border they receive instructions for a safe stay in the country. A tourist application is also being developed, with which guests will be able to announce their arrival in advance and which will enable them to cross the border faster. The application will enable the introduction of a "fast line" regime of entry for tourists to Croatia by the end of the month.

During June, countries from the main Croatian emitting markets are expected to enable their citizens to travel freely to and from Croatia, given the recommendations issued by the European Commission and the fact that Croatia is one of the countries with the lowest number of infected people in Europe.

For foreign tourists who are citizens of EU countries, foreign nationals must present one of the documents upon entry, such as a reservation of accommodation in a hotel, camp or other type of accommodation, a lease agreement in the camp, a permanent berth agreement, a confirmation of reservation for berth, or travel agency voucher. By decision of the Civil Protection Headquarters of the European Union (Czech Republic, Hungary, Republic of Austria, Republic of Estonia, Republic of Latvia, Republic of Lithuania, Republic of Poland, Republic of Slovenia, Federal Republic of Germany and Slovak Republic), whose citizens, due to satisfactory epidemiological situation, when entering the Republic of Croatia, won’t have to prove the reason for their entry (business, economic, tourist, etc.), and will be able to enter under the same conditions as before the outbreak of COVID-19, but still with epidemiological control, and with the obligation to comply with general and special recommendations Institute of Public Health.

When citizens of these Member States enter the Republic of Croatia, their entry will be recorded with the collection of additional data (destination, mobile phone number and e-mail address), due to the possible need to contact for epidemiological reasons.

Also, all standards of safety of guests' stay have been implemented in accommodation facilities, restaurants and other tourist facilities according to the recommendations of Croatian epidemiologists, the World Health Organization and with regard to the recommendations from key emitting markets.


Added: 15.06.2020.


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