Here are the most frequently asked questions and answers regarding the conditions of entry into the Republic of Croatia considering the restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.- ( from the web page of Ministry of the Interior )
I am a citizen of a Member State of the EU/EEA and I have booked tourist accommodation in the Republic of Croatia. What documents do I need to have to enter the Republic of Croatia?
It is necessary to present the confirmation of accommodation booking in an accommodation establishment.
The confirmation of accommodation booking in an accommodation establishment includes:
Confirmation of accommodation booking of all accommodation service providers / all types of accommodation
Camp lease contract
Permanent berth contract in a nautical tourism port
Confirmation of berth reservation in a nautical tourism port
Travel agency voucher etc.
Do I have to self-isolate after entering the Republic of Croatia?
No. The measure of self-isolation is no longer imposed on all passengers on border crossing points when entering the Republic of Croatia. It may be imposed only on individuals for whom it is determined during border checks that they have been in contact with a person infected with COVID-19. However, when entering the Republic of Croatia, border police officers will provide you with a leaflet containing instructions and recommendations issued by the Croatian Institute of Public Health which you have to comply with in the following 14 days.
I am a foreign national and I own real estate or a vessel. Which documents am I required to show on a border crossing point to be allowed entry into the Republic of Croatia?
When entering the Republic of Croatia, you have to show a title deed, a purchase contract or other documents which prove that you are the owner of real estate or a vessel, upon which you and the members of your close family will be granted entry.
I am a foreign national, I own real estate in the Republic of Croatia and I would like to visit my house for the purposes of upkeep and maintenance after a longer period of time. Can my wife and my children accompany me and do I have to self-isolate after entering the country?
Your wife and children, as family members, can accompany you to the Republic of Croatia. Self-isolation is not necessary. Rather, you must comply with the recommendations and instructions issued by the Croatian Institute of Public Health during your stay in the Republic of Croatia (keeping a minimum of 1.5m distance, avoiding handshaking, close contact and similar).
I am an EU/EEA national and I am visiting the Republic of Croatia for an official meeting. I have a girlfriend who is an EU national. We have been together for four months. She would like to accompany me. What do I require to enter the Republic of Croatia and can my girlfriend come with me?
You will be allowed entry into the Republic of Croatia. You need to have an invitation letter for a business meeting from a company in the Republic of Croatia. Your girlfriend does not currently meet the requirements for entering the Republic of Croatia, unless the invitation also refers to her.
I am a national of a non-EU/non-EEA country, my husband is a Croatian national. Due to the COVID-19 situation, we have been living separately for the past two months. Am I allowed to enter the Republic of Croatia and visit my husband?
You will be allowed entry into the Republic of Croatia for the purpose of family reunification. When crossing the border, you will have to show the documents proving that you are married to a Croatian national, e.g. a marriage certificate.