Croatia Update – June 4th 2021
New Test Centers Are Opening Soon in Dubrovnik, Zadar, and Pula Airports
Recent reports suggest that new testing centers will be opened in Dubrovnik, Zadar, and Pula airports in the coming weeks. The update means that travelers visiting Croatia will be able to take a PCR or rapid antigen test when at any of these three airports, as well as the current sites in Split and Zagreb airports.
While those that have evidence of vaccination are able to enter the country test-free, those that haven’t been vaccinated still require a negative test to visit. The new service will be available upon arrival and departure and will make for a far smoother transition for anyone looking to visit Croatia for a vacation.
This increased efficiency means that travelers can visit the Balkan nation without any doubts over test availability. As such, your visit to Croatia can be focused on sipping local wines, immersion in the Mediterranean wilderness or dipping your toes in the Adriatic Sea, rather than vacation logistics.
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