Enter Croatia is a new web app published by the Government of the Republic of Croatia on May 28, 2020, which will be used by all those who want to visit Croatia.

Visitors will have to fill out a form in which they will provide information such as name, surname, travel document number, citizenship, etc. In addition, they will have to answer questions about whether they have had coronavirus, whether they have travelled outside their country in the past 14 days, and if they were in contact with the infected. They will also need to provide details of all reservations for the accommodation units in which they plan to stay.

Minister Capelli announced this application a few days ago, stating that the strategy of controlled tourism is planned to be implemented in Croatia this year.

The response of tourists to this year's tourist season is yet to bee seen, either in Croatia or in other tourist countries of the EU.

I believe this year may be a great chance for those who like the more intimate travelling experience, to visit destinations such as Dubrovnik, Hvar Town, and Split, and fully enjoy the Mediterranean atmosphere of those places.

How will beautiful Croatian beaches look like in 2020
How will beautiful Croatian beaches look like in 2020

Zvonimr Peran     2020-05-28

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