Croatia is open to tourists. The requirements may slightly differ depending on your country of origin.

What in case I get infected by Covid-19?

In case you identify any symptoms that are similar to the mild flu-like symptoms, such as: fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle pain and fatigue, or you had a close contact with a confirmed or suspected case of coronavirus infection, immediately call your doctor or epidemiological service, also you can contact one of tourist ambulances, contacts can be found here. Describe your symptoms and follow their advice. We suggest calling by phone before going to the doctor’s office.

The Croatian Institute of Public Health has also issued a protocol for local municipalities and accommodation providers should any guest show symptoms of Covid-19.

Should you be visiting Croatia and exhibit any symptoms, please let your accommodation provider know immediately, in order to ensure health and safety protocol is followed.

Questions and answers  on web site Croatia – Full of life related to Coronavirus 2019-nCoV 

Frequently asked questions and answers regarding the conditions of entry into the Republic of Croatia on web site

Important phone numbers:

Special clinics


Special clinic for patients potentially infected by coronavirus located in front of the PGŽ Health Centre building and the PGŽ Public Health Teaching Institute at Krešimirova 52a, available from 8am to 8pm, phone on: +385 91 241 8215.

  • For questions specifically related to travel to Croatia not addressed by the Q&A please contact and Cc
  • For questions regarding crossing the border of Republic of Croatia, please check:
  • For questions regarding filling out the entercroatia online form please contact:
  • For specific questions regarding epidemiological measures, economic measures and any legal questions in the Republic of Croatia during the COVID-19 pandemic please contact:

Additional information

Additional information may be found on web site with additional information specific to travel Q&A available here*

For additional information, the EU has launched ‘Re-open EU’, an interactive tool which aims to support a safe relaunch of travelling and tourism across Europe.

*Please note, all external links provided are not updated by the CNTB and the CNTB cannot be held accountable for their accuracy.

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