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The borders of the Republic of Croatia are open.

Rules at the border when entering Croatia.
For foreign tourists who are citizens of EU countries, there is no mandatory self-isolation. Upon entering the Republic of Croatia, they will receive an information leaflet with general and special recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health. It is enough that foreign tourists, when entering the Republic of Croatia, have a reservation of accommodation in a hotel or campsite.

The confirmation of accommodation booking in an accommodation establishment includes:
-Confirmation of accommodation booking of all accommodation service providers / all types of accommodation
-Camp lease contract
-Travel agency voucher etc.

The document confirming the reservation of accommodation in Croatia must contain: the location/address of the hotel or campsite where the guest will stay, a contact phone number, and the length of stay, i.e. the date when the guest plans to leave the Republic of Croatia. An application will soon be published that will enable faster border traffic in a way that tourists can enter the required data in advance.

For easier and faster border crossing, we recommend submitting your data in advance via the website entercroatia.mup.hr. In this way you can avoid additional delays at the border crossing as the border police will have your data in the system.

Passengers who have registered on entercroatia.mup.hr website will receive on their email address a confirmation of receipt and all the necessary information related to the instructions and recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.

Passengers who do not submit their data in advance via this application will be able to do so at the border crossing when entering the Republic of Croatia.

Additional information for guests from individual EU countries

SLOVENIA
There are no restrictions on movement between the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Croatia for citizens of the Republic of Slovenia.Upon entering the Republic of Croatia, citizens of the Republic of Slovenia will receive a leaflet with general and special recommendations and instructions from the Croatian Institute of Public Health. There is no mandatory self-isolation when crossing the border between Slovenia and Croatia, and vice versa.

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
Citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany must present a reservation of accommodation in an accommodation facility when entering the Republic of Croatia as tourists. For citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany, there is no mandatory self-isolation when entering Croatia. Upon entering the Republic of Croatia, they will receive a leaflet with general and special recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.
Since Croatia is an EU member state with a very good epidemiological situation, most regions in Germany do not require mandatory self-isolation for their citizens returning from Croatia. The states of Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate and Lower Saxony have already abolished mandatory self-isolation or quarantine for those who return from EU countries and countries associated with the Schengen Agreement. The State of Hesse will also abolish mandatory self-isolation or quarantine starting from 25 May. Travel between Germany and Croatia through Austria and Slovenia runs smoothly with a document confirming the reservation of accommodation in Croatia.

AUSTRIA
Foreign tourists who are citizens of the Republic of Austria must present a reservation of accommodation in an accommodation facility when entering the Republic of Croatia. For citizens of the Republic of Austria, there is no mandatory self-isolation when entering the Republic of Croatia. Upon entering the country, they will receive a leaflet with general and special recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.
According to current unofficial information for the citizens of Austria, it is expected that it will not be necessary to go into self-isolation when returning from Croatia from the beginning of June onwards. The exact dates will be known in the coming days.

CZECH REPUBLIC, SLOVAKIA, HUNGARY
Foreign tourists who are citizens of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary must present a reservation of accommodation in an accommodation facility when entering the Republic of Croatia. For citizens of the abovementioned countries, there is no mandatory self-isolation when entering the Republic of Croatia. Upon entering the country, they will receive a leaflet with general and special recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.
According to current and unofficial information for the citizens of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, it is expected that it will not be necessary to go into self-isolation when returning from Croatia from 29 May onwards. The exact dates will be known in the coming days.

OTHER EU COUNTRIES
Foreign tourists who are citizens of EU countries must have a reservation of accommodation in an accommodation facility when entering the Republic of Croatia. For citizens of other EU countries, there is no mandatory self-isolation when entering the Republic of Croatia. Upon entering the country, they will receive a leaflet with general and special recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.
According to current and unofficial information for countries with favourable epidemiological situation, it is expected that it will not be necessary to go into self-isolation when returning from Croatia during June. The exact dates and rules for individual countries will be known in the coming days.