Croatia Is Now Open To US Travelers
After serious travel restrictions on international arrivals, Croatia is now open again to US travelers.
This unique destination was one of the first countries in Europe to close its borders for international tourism.
This event took place in March 2020 when the Covid-19 infections worsened worldwide.
Since it’s predominantly a summer European tourist spot, the country decided to tentatively open for the summer season through October.
From mid-May 2020 on wards the Croatia borders were open to all travelers, including Americans who were required to present a PCR test for entry permission.
The current regulations are entry and expected to be changed regularly since the nation is approaching its tourist season.
Different businesses including bars, cafes, and restaurants have started to operate but only offering outside table service and take away.
Curfew is no longer in place, however, people are advised to wear protective masks, wash hands and ensure social distance.
All passengers from the U.S to Croatia must have a negative PCR test. It should be taken not more than 48 hours before entry. There is no need to stay in self-isolation upon arrival.
For those who don’t have a negative test, a PCR test will be done, at their own expense from any institution authorized to perform testing.
Travelers from the U.S. can also provide documentation from a licensed health care provider that indicates your recovery from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel.
Additionally, trippers may be ordered to self-isolate or spend 14 days in official government quarantine facilities especially those with symptoms of the virus. Placement in quarantine is at the expense of the visitor.
All those visiting the country for tourism are required to have documentary evidence of an accommodation paid in advance before arriving at the border.
You should have other requirements, accommodation reservation only doesn’t guarantee automatic issuance of the entry permit.
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