Croatia: Italians can visit with hotel reservation

Unconditional entry for 10 EU countries

29 May, 11:52

    (ANSAmed) - ZAGREB, MAY 29 - Although Italy is not among 10 EU countries to whom Croatia reopened its borders on Thursday, Italians will be allowed into the country for work or economic reasons, including tourism.

    In fact, economic motivations granting access to the country to EU citizens starting Friday include tourism. Italians will be allowed to cross into Croatia if they can prove that they have a hotel reservation or that they will be staying at another facility. To accelerate entry, the Croatian foreign ministry advises travelers to report a trip to Croatia in advance by compiling a form that is available on the Croatian interior ministry's website.

    Yesterday the government of Zagreb, in order to promote tourism which was badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, reopened its borders without restrictions to the citizens of Austria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. According to the government, these countries have a positive epidemiological situation which can be compared to Croatia.

    There are currently a reported 20,000 foreign tourists on the Croatian Adriatic coast. (ANSAmed)
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