As of March 17, Croatia will allow nightclubs and bars to work up to 2 am, instead of midnight. This notice was announced by the Croatian government alongside the other restrictions to be lifted due to the coronavirus pandemic.

I believe this is a piece of great news for all party animals who missed having fun outside till the early morning hours over the last two years.

As we all know, nightlife was the most affected aspect of life caused by restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic in Croatia, and the whole world.

While still having restricted working hours up to 2 am, the nightlife will not be the same as it was before the pandemic, but there will be a better chance to organise parties, concerts, and other events which usually take place during late evening hours, and which could not be organised in the conditions caused by the pandemic.

I believe this notice will encourage many clubs owners to reopen their bars and allow people to socialize again and have a good time during evening hours.

Source: HRT

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Zvonimir Peran     2022-03-17

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