How to Check Online If You Can Enter Croatia, and Other Countries

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July 18, 2020 – Can you enter Croatia? An online service that tells you yes or no, as well as telling you what you need. 

One of the many lessons I have learned helping to run the Total Croatia Travel INFO Viber community  is that so many people ask the same question. And if you could provide the answer to that question in a simple format, the questions would disappear. 

Meet, a fantastic service which answers one of the most common questions we receive – can we enter Croatia, and what documents do we need?

And not just for Croatia, but for the whole world. 

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Simply enter your basic details. Where are you starting from and where do you want to go? Where were you born and when?

We checked out the system with a mythical American citizen wanting to visit Croatia – see the details above. 

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This is the response we got, which is 99% accurate. The only slight thing I would amend is that there is no requirement to fill in the Enter Croatia form, but it is strongly advised. Here is why. 

Apart from answering the common questions about coming to Croatia, the site also offers the option to check out other countries. One of the common questions we get is whether or not Americans can visit Italy after Croatia. The answer is no – USA is not on the EU Safe List of 12 countries and so travel to the Schengen zone is therefore not possible. Croatia is still not in the Schengen zone but is in the EU – it has decided to allow travel fro tourism pending a negative PCR test no more than 48 hours or 14 days self-isolation, as well as proof of paid accommodation. 

To check out if you are eligible to visit Croatia at the moment (or anywhere else), check the website

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The Netherlands – as of July 21, Croatia is placed on the “Orange” list by the Dutch government, which means that both the Croatian nationals and the Dutch nationals returning to the Netherlands from Croatia are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 14 days.


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