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Covid-19: Croatia new cases, Istria tightens measures

In Croatia, a significant increase in COVID-19 cases caused by SARS-CoV-2 has been observed in recent days. The Slovenian government has therefore already threatened to close the borders again if the number of new infections in Croatia increases further. Istrias: Masks are mandatory in shops In Istria, where most foreign tourists are currently staying, the reaction was immediate: On 24...

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Croatia vacationer reports - empty beaches

Probably no one could describe the situation on site in Croatia better than the large SeaHelp community, of which numerous owners are already on site with their ships after the COVID-19 lockdown and share their impressions of the vacation quasi "live" via Facebook and Instagram on the respective SeaHelp channels. When SeaHelp asked its followers on Facebook to briefly describe...

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Vacation Croatia - Porec few vacationers

Holiday Croatia 2019 vs. 2020: Just last year, innumerable users, especially in the social media, were up in arms about the alleged mass tourism in Croatia and proved it with rising tourism figures. Some even threatened to turn their backs on the country on the Adriatic forever. Currently, Croatia, with what is probably Europe's most beautiful coast, is considered to...

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Croatia entry by sea - Port of Entry

The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for water sports enthusiasts in Croatia have not yet been fully overcome. If you plan to enter Croatia not by car but by boat, you should note that not all ports of entry are open again. As SeaHelp (as of June 8, 2020) was informed on telephone inquiry, the Ports of Entry in Umag,...

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Current traffic jams at the border crossings

Traffic jams and waiting times: Last week Croatia recorded 136,000 border crossings by foreign citizens and the entry of about 150,000 Croatian citizens, according to the Croatian Minister of the Interior Davor Božinović This means that the control system with which every person entering Croatia was registered has obviously reached its limits. After all, the border police employees had to...

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Covid-19: Kroatien öffnet Grenzen unter Auflagen

At the Sunday press conference of the national civil protection authority, the Croatian border opening in the light version was once again confirmed. In order to limit it to the facts relevant for foreign visitors according to the current status: As already reported, business travellers for business purposes and for a reason that cannot be postponed, as well as foreign...

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