Entry form Croatia: Regulations for entry after Corona Lockdown

 

Entering Croatia from Germany, Austria and Switzerland

UPDATE – VALID FROM 01.04.2021

Tourists from EU and EEA member states may present a rapid antigen test in addition to a PCR test upon entry.
Important: Those who enter the country with a rapid antigen test and intend to stay in Croatia for more than 10 days must perform a second test within 10 days of the first test being issued.

According to the Croatian Ministry of the Interior, the decisive factor for the test to be presented upon entry is the time between the smear test and the arrival at the border crossing.

Persons who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or who have recovered from Covid-19 infection and can prove it may enter without testing.

There is no quarantine obligation in Croatia after entry!

It is recommended to deposit the contact and residence data online in advance via the form and thus avoid long waiting times. In another case, the contact details will be registered at the border for the duration of the stay in Croatia.

 

Entry form Croatia

To enter Croatia, all you have to do is fill out the entry form linked here.

 

Entry by car through Austria/Slovenia

Entry by car through Austria/Slovenia is currently possible without any problems. EU citizens do not have to register with the local authorities for a stay of up to 90 days. Accordingly, transit is possible without further ado.

The Austrian government has issued a travel warning for Croatia. This only has immediate consequences for Austrians: they are strongly advised not to travel to Croatia or to return from there. For German holidaymakers it means that on the return journey they must transit Austria without stopping and within 12 hours. On the outward journey, on the other hand, there are no transit requirements to be observed.

Transit through Slovenia is one of the exceptions. The requirement is that the transit must take place within 6 hours of entry. Short stops (e.g. for refueling) are not expressly prohibited; overnight stays are not permitted.

Also important to know: According to information from the German Embassy in Ljubljana, German citizens may only cross the land border between Austria and Slovenia via the Karawanken Tunnel, Loibl Tunnel, Spielfeld, Bad Radkersburg and Sicheldorf highway crossings.

While the border crossings have been reopened, hygiene measures are still strongly enforced here as well. A mouth-nose protection must also be worn here.

Detailed information can be found at the respective foreign office.

 

Corona in Croatia

The incidence of infection in Croatia varies markedly by region. The nationwide incidence is above 50 cases per 100,000 population per seven days, but some regions fall below or have recently fallen below the threshold.

Up-to-date and detailed figures are provided by the Corona websites of the Croatian government and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control ECDC.

 

Recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health

  • Catering-Einrichtungen und Geschäfte sind für Besucher geöffnet. Bei allen Angeboten sind Schutzmaßnahmen vorgeschrieben, die den Schutz der Besucher und Mitarbeiter durch eine regelmäßige Desinfektion gewährleisten
  • Beim Verlassen der Unterkunft wird empfohlen, eine Maske oder Abdeckung für Mund und Nase zu tragen, eine regelmäßige Handhygiene durchzuführen und den Abstand von 1,50m zu anderen Personen einzuhalten
  • Es wird empfohlen, Zahlungen mit bargeldloser Kartenzahlung oder Online-Diensten durchzuführen.
  • Falls möglich, verwendet eigene Transportmittel oder mietet euch ein Auto. Wenn dies nicht möglich ist, achtet auf eine vorherige Desinfektion
  • Bei Symptomen einer akuten Atemwegsinfektion (Husten, Halsschmerzen, Fieber, Atemnot / Atemnot, Geruchs- und Geschmacksverlust) ist es erforderlich, zu Hause/in der Unterkunft zu bleiben und den Gastgeber/kompetenten Hausarzt (z. B. Arzt in Touristenklinik) zu kontaktieren.
  • Es wird empfohlen, größere Gruppierungen mit Personen zu vermeiden, mit denen ihr keine Unterkunft teilt.
  • Im Notfall von schweren, lebensbedrohenden Symptomen erreicht ihr den Rettungsdienst unter der 112.