Croatia has dropped all of its remaining Covid journey guidelines, the nation’s vacationer board has introduced.
“All travellers coming into Croatia can now accomplish that beneath the identical situations of entry that have been in power earlier than the Covid-19 pandemic, ie with legitimate journey paperwork,” reads the assertion from the Croatian Nationwide Vacationer Workplace, launched on Tuesday.
This implies travellers will now not have to point out a detrimental Covid check consequence or proof of vaccination so as to enter the nation.
Previous to 1 Might, unvaccinated guests needed to take a PCR check inside the 72 hours earlier than journey, or an antigen check inside 24 hours, whereas all guests needed to fill in a web based well being type – now scrapped.
“We’re blissful to verify that Croatia has dropped all Covid entry necessities for Brits,” mentioned Darija Reic, director of CNTO within the UK.
“In 2019, we welcomed round 900,000 travellers from the UK, and with the return of quite a few flights this yr from the UK to Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Cut up, Dubrovnik and Zagreb, we hope this information will incite many extra to decide on our sunny coast and lustrous inland for his or her effectively deserved summer time break.
“With various new resorts, eating places, and occasions confirmed for this summer time, Croatia is ready for a robust season forward.”
It follows Greece’s resolution to take away its pre-travel PCR check for unvaccinated guests in addition to proof of vaccination for vaccinated arrivals from 1 Might. The nation had beforehand ended its passenger locator type on 15 March.
The Greek well being minister Thanos Plevris emphasised that the federal government sees this as a suspension of guidelines for the summer time season, fairly than an finish to them, with the relaxed coverage to be reviewed on the finish of August.
The international locations be part of an inventory of 15+ locations, together with Iceland, Norway, Iceland and Madeira, which have dropped all Covid-related journey restrictions for holidaymakers.