Croatia has changed the conditions for entry into the country.
From Thursday, July 1, it is necessary to provide proof of vaccination, a covid passport or a valid negative Covid-19 test. This was confirmed by the Croatian Embassy in the Czech Republic.
Travelers arriving in Croatia from high-risk countries must submit a certificate of vaccination with the first dose of Pfizer, Moderna, or Sputnik (22 to 42 days since the first dose) in accordance with the decision of the Civil Protection Staff of the Republic of Croatia.
Croatia also accepts vaccination with the first dose of AstraZeneca (22 to 42 days since the first dose), Johnson & Johnson, or Janssen.
Croatians will also recognize a negative PCR test that is not older than 72 hours, or a rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours.
Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the obligation to submit a negative test.
There are exceptions that apply to several groups of people. Passengers who only pass through Croatia are exempt from the above conditions but they need to leave the country within 12 hours.
Starting June 18, people traveling from the Czech Republic – no matter their nationality – no longer needed a negative test, vaccination certificate, or to spend time in quarantine to enter Croatia.
❗️Cestování❗️Dnes začíná platit Covid pas, Chorvatsko včera v noci narychlo rozhodlo, že turisté z ČR (ale i dalších zemí) se jím musí prokázat na hranicích. Platí ale pravidla, která jsme dojednali: 22 dnů po 1. dávce nebo negativní test nebo protilátky.
— Jakub Kulhanek (@JakubKulhanek) July 1, 2021