As HRT writes, Croatia lifted all border entry requirements related to coronavirus pandemic. That means that the border regime is identical to the one which was active during 2019 before the first cases of the disease appeared. Digital COVID certificates are no longer obligatory to enter the country.
This is another piece of great news for all travellers from the EU and non-EU countries who are planning to visit Croatia these days. Life in Croatian towns has already been back to normal with all the restrictions being lifted, including the obligation to wear a mask in indoor spaces and social distance. Clubs, bars, and restaurants are working normally, just as before the pandemic started.
Many tourists have already arrived in Croatia in May. While the sea is not warm enough for swimming yet, visitors are already having a good time exploring the cultural attractions of the country, including the popular Diocletian's Palace in Split, and Dubrovnik old town.
We believe this tourist season will be better than the last two when we had to deal with the new conditions, social distance, and other rules which ruined the experience of holidays.