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Croatia to Open to British Travellers

Croatia is hoping to open their borders to British travellers as long as they have proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test or have recovered from the virus.

As well as proof of their Covid-19 status, travellers must have confirmation of accommodation that is booked and paid for.

These test can be either a PCR test or a rapid antigen test (lateral flow test). They must not be older than 48 hours at time of arrive at the Croatian border.

Nikolina Brnjac, tourism minister, said: “EU citizens, as well as non-EU citizens, who have either recovered or been vaccinated or have a negative PCR or EU-approved antigen test, will be able to enter Croatia for tourist reasons.

“We have intensified preparations for the upcoming tourist year; we are arranging additional points for testing in tourist places in order to make our tourists’ stay in the Republic of Croatia as pleasant and safe as possible.”

However, if a traveller is planning to remain in Croatia for longer than 10 days and is presenting a negative Covid test, another test must be done during their stay within 10 days of receiving results from their first test.

If it is not possible to produce a test at the border, a mandatory self-isolation will be necessary until the person has tested in Croatia and received negative results.

If a traveller is presenting a vaccination certificate, they must have received their second vaccine dose more than 14 days before travel.

Children under the age of seven travelling with a parent or guardian are exempt if the parents or guardians have a negative PCR or rapid antigen test, or confirmation of vaccination or recovery from Covid-19.

Travellers are encouraged to enter their details on the Enter Croatia website before travelling.

Being able to travel to Croatia is still dependent on the UK Governments proposed  ‘traffic light’ system.

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