Croatia is open for tourism in 2020, after the first wave of coronavirus pandemic. Many young partygoers are wondering how does the nightlife in Croatian tourist destinations looks like, and whether nightclubs have opened their doors.

As of July 11, 2020, all the nightclubs in Croatia are open. However, there are restrictions which include social distancing, in order to avoid spreading the pandemic.

Given the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, the Croatian government and epidemiologists are considering closing the indoor nightclubs. Dozens of cases of infection have been reported to have originated from nightclubs in Zagreb.

If that scenario happens, outdoor clubs will remain open, just requiring disinfection and social distancing.

UPDATE August 13: Nightclubs opening hours limited until midnight.

Social distancing is required in 2020
Social distancing is required in 2020

Zvonimr Peran     2020-07-11

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