Since the coronavirus crisis has started, many visitors of Croatia who travel to Dubrovnik or some other south Croatia destination are in doubt whether Neum corridor is open for transit.
As Slobodna Dalmacija writes Neum corridor is open for all EU and non-EU citizens who are in transit to south Croatia, with the same conditions as before the pandemic crisis.
The only requirement is not to stop anywhere in Bosnia and Herzegovina, meaning you should just transit and should not leave your car, even for refuelling. If you stop somewhere in Neum and leave your car, you may be subject to quarantine or other restrictions being applied to foreign nationals entering BiH.

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Dubrovnik is waiting its visitors

Zvonimr Peran     2020-07-28

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