Dubrovnik Mayor Mato Franković gave a statement to Times Radio in which he invited the British market to vacation in Dubrovnik this summer, reports HRTurizam.
Namely, the UK authorities have made a new decision for the travel of their citizens, according to which from July 19, those returning from countries from the “amber list” and are vaccinated with two doses or are under 18, will no longer have to self isolate for 10 days after returning to the country, which includes returning from Croatia.
For Dubrovnik, the decision is critical given that it is the British market that holds the leading position in the number of tourist arrivals in the city.
“This is great news, and we see that a lot of European countries are going in that direction. Of course, we still need to be careful about the presence of the Delta Variant, but with both doses of the vaccine, people can be free to travel and enjoy. I must also say that we started direct flights with London even before this decision of the UK government and that the plane was full,” said Mayor Franković in an interview with journalist Carole Walker.
She was also interested in what measures are in force and what the situation is in Dubrovnik today.
“Everything is open, masks should be worn indoors, and for clubs that gather more visitors, there is a rule of entry with a negative test or both doses of vaccine received,” the mayor explained.
He also invited the British to come to Dubrovnik because they are having a warm summer and no crowds at the moment, so this time is an opportunity for a nice and pleasant vacation.
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