As of June 24, 2020, Croatia has decided that all citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Macedonia who enter Croatia must undergo two-week self-isolation.

The decision was made due to the worsening epidemiological situation in those countries.

A similar decision was made a few days ago by Slovenia, which currently has the best epidemiological situation in Europe. Croatia wants to continue the good trends and successes of May and June, and therefore introduces these restrictions.

Visitors from the European Union are still welcome in Croatia. The introduction of new airlines is expected to increase their number in the upcoming weeks.

Tourists from Balkan region will have to wait some time before visiting Croatia
Tourists from Balkan region will have to wait some time before visiting Croatia

Zvonimr Peran     2020-06-24

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