Croatia has fully opened its boarders to all foreign tourist after more than a month of lockdown.
On Monday, Croatia observed further relaxation of measures regarding Covid-19 restrictions, with many companies opening back for business. Besides that, Croatia has fully opened its boarders to all foreign tourist after more than a month of lockdown. It is worth noting that the foreigners arriving in Croatia will not need to go through a period of self-isolation upon the arrival.
Gari Capelli, Croatia’s tourism minister stated that Croatia is open for tourism as tourists can come to hotels, camps, private accommodation, while people can also enjoy various activities like eating in restaurants, renting a boat, etc.
According to Croatian media, in the first 24 hours since the reopening of the boarders, 667 foreign citizens have arrived to Croatia, most coming from Slovenia (285).
As a reminder, due to the lockdown, Croatia has witnessed extremely low figures when it comes to foreign arrivals in April 2020. To put things into perspective, in April Croatia observed 2,349 arrivals compared to 2.87m in the same month last year.
You can find an extensive report on Croatian tourism sector in regards to dealing with the Coronavirus here.