Croatia Travel Update
As we move towards a time where traveling freely is possible once again, our team at Adventures Croatia are here to update you on all matters regarding travel between Croatia and the US.
COVID-19 cases continue to ease across both countries and vaccination numbers are beginning to rise. Because of this, new COVID-19 travel regulations have been announced in Croatia. This has made us excited to once again dream of exploring culturally-rich cities, sampling mouth-watering European cuisine and sailing the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea.
COVID-19 Safety Measures in Croatia
As always, at Adventures Croatia we consider the safety of travelers to be of paramount importance to both our current and future travelers. Over the coming weeks we will be providing a weekly Croatia travel update on the latest COVID-19 progress as the country continues opening up and vaccinating their citizens.
Under the new rule update, US nationals travelling to Croatia from the US must provide a negative PCR or rapid antigen test dated no longer than 48 hours before the time of arrival. A second test will be required within 10 days for those who opt for the rapid antigen test.
Travelers returning to the US from Croatia must be able to provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 3 calendar days of travel. COVID-19 safety precautions vary between states, so make sure that you research your state’s requirements before traveling.
We are also delighted to see welcome signs of normality creep back into everyday life in Croatia. Bars and restaurants opening their outdoor areas mean that you can still enjoy a glass of local wine on the cobbled streets of Dubrovnik or a sunset meal overlooking the rippling waters of the Adriatic Sea. As is common worldwide, it is requested that masks are still worn in indoor areas.
Adventurous travelers who wish to continue their travels into neighboring Slovenia will be required to provide evidence of a negative PCR test taken in the last 48 hours. Alternatively, travelers that can provide evidence of one of the following vaccinations will also be allowed to enter:
- The second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, administered at least 7 days prior;
- The second dose of the Moderna vaccine, administered at least 14 days prior; or
- The second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, administered at least 21 days prior.
With global vaccination numbers increasing every day and Croatia continuing to vaccinate its citizens, we can look forward to the nation welcoming travelers with open arms once more.
If you are dreaming of a trip to Croatia, whether its water sports with the family or a romantic getaway for two, allow us to remove all the stress from your trip. We specialize in creating bespoke journeys that immerse you into the wonders of this fascinating Baltic nation. Contact our team to learn more about your next dream holiday.