A vacation in Croatia is also possible during the pandemic.
We have summarized the most important corona rules for tourists from Germany here.
The Zadar district is a corona risk area.
Corona numbers are increasing in many EU countries - including Croatia, one of the Germans' favorite holiday destinations. In view of the current difficult situation, reports from
* announced a few days ago that Croatia is pulling the Corona emergency brake * and tightening precautionary measures in some regions. However, tourists don't have to worry if they have already booked a vacation in Croatia.
The reason: All EU citizens are still allowed to travel to Croatia.
However, certain corona rules must be observed, which
* reports on below.
The entry regulations are particularly important for all tourists who come to Croatia from abroad - for example from Germany.
Basically, everyone who enters Croatia must have a negative PCR or Corona rapid test.
Summer vacation in Croatia: from test to registration - the corona rules
According to reports from the
, the PCR test must not be older than 72 hours and the rapid test must not be older than 48 hours. Fully vaccinated, convalescent and children under the age of 12 do not have to show a corona test. Vaccinated and convalescent people should have proof of their existence, for example the EU vaccination certificate * or a medical certificate that they have survived coronavirus infection.
Very important: All tourists must register online before entering Croatia.
Only the reason for the trip, the travel dates and the accommodation need to be entered in the “EnterCroatia” form.
Those who meet all the requirements can enjoy a wonderful holiday in the country on the Adriatic.
Because: The Corona rules for vacationers in Croatia * are manageable.
As in Germany, the general protective measures apply, but a lot is possible.
Summer vacation in Croatia: Here tourists can find more information
Restaurants and hotels are open, but the
that cafes are only allowed to
receive guests outside. Most of the tourist attractions, such as the breathtaking national parks or the idyllic beaches, can now be visited again. However: All holidaymakers should inquire about access restrictions on beaches. They apply in some Croatian regions.
That's right, there are regional differences in Croatia with regard to the Corona rules.
In some parts of the country, for example, a so-called Covid certificate is required if you meet a certain number of people - in some places this is not the case.
So it is worthwhile to find out about the Corona rules of the holiday region in Croatia before leaving.
A good address for this is the homepage of the Ministry of the Interior of Croatia, which also provides information in English.
Summer vacation in Croatia: Where the mask requirement must be observed
Basically everywhere in Croatia the mask requirement must be observed, but this only applies in closed rooms and public transport.
Mouth and nose protection only needs to be worn outdoors if the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained.
In terms of mask requirements and distance, the rules in Croatia are almost the same as in Germany.
Speaking of Germany: If you come back from Croatia, you have to follow a few rules.
Those who enter Germany from abroad have to comply with some strict corona entry rules (symbol image).
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summarizes the currently applicable corona rules for
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However, especially for those returning from Croatia, the entry requirements are quite manageable.
In concrete terms: only those who have been on vacation in the Zadar region must comply with the obligation to test and report, which is currently not applicable for those who have recovered, fully vaccinated and children under 12 years of age.
Summer vacation in Croatia: That applies when you return to Germany
The emphasis is on "current". Because according to Prime Minister Markus Söder, the corona rules for return travelers should be significantly tightened *. We are talking about a general obligation to test, regardless of whether the country is a risk area or not. As of July 28, 2021, the previous corona entry rules are still in force, which do not provide for any testing and reporting requirements for travelers returning from Croatia, unless they have been in the risk region of Zadar.
Incidentally, a special regulation still applies to air travelers.
They have to show the airline a negative PCR or antigen test before they return from Croatia.
The Federal Foreign Office also provides further information on its website.
The list of risk areas is also publicly available on the RKI website.
Very important: Anyone entering from a high-risk, high-incidence or virus variant area must always observe the entry regulations.
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