Boost for Brits as EU’s top holiday destination drops all Covid entry rules
CROATIA has lifted all remaining Covid-19 travel restrictions.
Holidaymakers no longer need to present proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test result to enter Croatia.
Croatia now joins a list of more than 15 European destinations that have lifted all restrictions.
A statement said: “All travelers entering Croatia can now do so under the same entry conditions that applied before the Covid-19 pandemic, i.e. with valid travel documents”.
In order to enter Croatia, British tourists must have a passport that is valid for at least three months after the date they intend to leave the country.
Your passport must be less than 10 years old on the date of entry into Croatia and must not be damaged or have missing pages.
Darija Reic, Director of Croatia’s National Tourism Office in the UK, said: “We are delighted to confirm that Croatia has dropped all Covid entry requirements for Britons.
“In 2019 we welcomed around 900,000 travelers from the UK and with numerous flights returning this year from the UK to Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik and Zagreb, we hope this news will inspire many more to do so to choose our sunny coast and shiny inland for your well-deserved summer break.
“Croatia is set for a strong season with a number of new hotels, restaurants and events confirmed for this summer.”
Other European destinations that have abandoned Covid restrictions ahead of the summer are Greece and France.
Croatia remains a firm holiday favorite with Brits thanks to the country’s sandy beaches, historic towns and local wine.
Since most of the tourist hotspots are along the coast, Croatia is the perfect destination for sun-seekers.
One of the tourist hotspots is the best preserved Roman palace in the world in Split.
The capital Zagreb attracts over a million tourists every year with its many museums, unique restaurants and annual award-winning Christmas markets.
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