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No restrictions for the return journey to Austria from Slovenia and Croatia

The interpretation of the entry regulations for Austrians to Austria who are currently spending their holidays in Croatia or are planning another holiday is sometimes quite different in the Austrian media, sometimes even misleading. The SeaHelp editorial staff has contacted the responsible Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior, Directorate General for Public Security to clarify whether unexpected difficulties could arise...

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2020 statistics on boats and yachts in Croatia despite Covid-19

Actually, one has always known it: water sports enthusiasts, especially boat and yacht owners are among the most loyal guests in Croatia. To confirm this thesis, the Croatian Ministry of Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, according to the correct translation, has now provided the corresponding figures. While according to the Croatian Ministry of Tourism the number of tourists decreased by about...

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Croatia holidays 2020 despite Covid-19 (Coronavirus) safe?

Almost as expected, COVID-19 infections caused by the coronavirus increased again at the beginning of the holiday season in Croatia, which is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Germans and Austrians. Do all those who, during the time when Croatia was, according to their own statements, virtually free of the coronavirus and who therefore booked their holidays, now...

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Croatia holidays in times of Corona (Covid-19)

In the SeaHelp headquarters in Ebensee/Austria and in the office in Punat/Croatia/Krk, the telephones are not currently idle due to the corona situation in Croatia. Concerned members are asking for an assessment of the situation to see if it is possible for SeaHelp to spend the summer vacation in Croatia or on the Adriatic Sea. Ultimately, even SeaHelp can only...

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Covid-19 Croatia: Currently decreasing new corona infections

If one analyses the daily news with regard to COVID-19 infections caused by sars-CoV-2, it sometimes makes the inclined reader smile, despite the serious background, when one reads the results of studies that are actually meant seriously. For example, the Croatian media are currently reporting on a British study which concludes that people who walk at less than 4.8 kilometres...

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