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Published on Thursday, July 22, 2021

Croatia adds test requirement for UK travellers

Croatia is tightening entry rules for British travellers from next week, requiring a negative PCR or antigen test due to rising infection rates in the UK.

Effective 26 July 2021, it is an additional measure for all travellers coming from the United Kingdom, as well as Cyprus and the Russian Federation.

The testing rule is regardless of vaccination status or recovery from Covid-19, the Croatian National Tourist Office said.

Children under the age of 12 are exempt from having to test if travelling with a parent or guardian.

Travellers from the UK are also required to fill out form and have proof of a paid accommodation booking.


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