Last checked: 23-11-2022

Croatia - Covid travel and national health rules, EU Digital Covid Certificate

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To ensure safe travel, EU countries have agreed on a co-ordinated approach to free movement restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic. EU rules now take into account your COVID-19 status as proved by a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate.

Information on travel and health measures in the EU is available online and provides travellers with up to date details of any special rules in place as well as data on infection rates.

Check for any specific measures that may apply when travelling to Croatia.

What are the rules to enter this country from an EU Member State or Schengen Associated country?

COVID-19 travel restrictions have been lifted in Croatia. Travelers are not required to provide any COVID-19 certificates or test results. They do not need to fill in the form to enter Croatia, and quarantine does not apply anymore.

 

Learn more:
COVID-19 travel info
Koronavirus.hr


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You can find the latest information on air travel regulations for this country on the IATA website.

You can also find information about your passenger rights on our portal for citizens.

Documents you need to travel in Europe
Health cover for temporary stays

What are the rules to enter this country from outside an EU Member State or Schengen Associated country?

COVID-19 travel restrictions have been lifted in Croatia. Travelers are not required to provide any COVID-19 certificates or test results. They do not need to fill in the form to enter Croatia, and quarantine does not apply anymore.

 

Learn more:
COVID-19 travel info
Koronavirus.hr


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You can find the latest information on air travel regulations for this country on the IATA website.

You can also find information about your passenger rights on our portal for citizens.

Documents you need to travel in Europe
Health cover for temporary stays

Can I transit this country?

COVID-19 national health measures have been lifted in Croatia. Providing proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or negative test results is not required.

National health measures

Most COVID-19 national health measures have been lifted in Croatia. Providing proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or negative test results is no longer required.

 

Learn more:
COVID-19 travel info
Koronavirus.hr

Use of facemasks

The use of facemasks is recommended in all indoor and outdoor public spaces, including public transport.

Physical Distancing

Wearing facemasks is recommended in indoor spaces when physical distance cannot be maintained.

Indoor and outdoor meetings, public or private gatherings and events

Public and social gatherings can take place without restrictions.

Safety measures for public transportation

Facemasks are recommended in all forms of public transport.

Non-essential (other than medicine and food) shops

Yes

Shops are open, but the general public health recommendations on physical distancing, personal hygiene and disinfection should be maintained. At least 4 square metres of space for each customer must be secured.

Tourist accommodations

Yes

All accommodation facilities must comply with the health and safety procedures listed by the Ministry of Tourism and Sport.

Personal care services

Yes

Gyms, fitness facilities, sport recreation centres and other personal care services are open. General public health recommendations must be respected.

Outdoors areas and beaches

Yes

Beaches, thermal areas, pools, parks and zoos are open. Public health recommendations and social distancing must be respected. Outdoor and indoor sports and recreation is allowed.

National use of COVID-19 Certificates

'Information on 'EU Digital COVID Certificates' issued in Croatia

In Croatia, providing proof of full vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or a negative test result is not required to access public spaces.

 

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The 'EU Digital COVID Certificate' (EUDCC) is digital proof, valid in all EU countries, that a person has either been vaccinated against COVID-19, has recovered from COVID-19, or has received a negative test result. National authorities are responsible for issuing the certificate.

Learn more:
EUDCC - Questions & Answers
EUDCC - Factsheet

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