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Germany: Obligatory testing for air travel at Easter, return travel by car from vacation in Istria / Croatia without obligatory testing.Germany: Obligatory testing for air travel at Easter, return travel by car from vacation in Istria / Croatia without obligatory testing.

Attention: No Corona testing obligation when entering Germany by car from non-risk areas such as Istria (as of 26.03. 2021) - as reported in numerous media outlets, German vacationers returning home by plane from foreign countries, such as Croatia, after an Easter vacation are required to get tested at their vacation destination before returning because of the Corona pandemic, even...

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Entry requirements: Italy, Slovenia, Croatia. Vacation in times of Corona.

Croatia's measures regarding the regulation of entry due to the Corona pandemic, issued on January 15, 2021, have been extended until shortly before Easter, i.e. March 31 (Wednesday). How the situation will continue from Maundy Thursday and during the Easter holidays will probably depend primarily on the development of incidence figures, particularly in the Croatian coastal regions. Despite rising incidences...

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Entry Italy from Austria and Germany: registration, special regulation, PCR test, antigen test

The entry for Germans and Austrians to Italy, especially to the regions of the northern Adriatic little affected by the coronavirus, is quite different. While Austrians are subject to much stricter measures due to a special regulation according to the decree of February 13, valid until 5. March are subject to much stricter measures, for German citizens the presentation of...

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Incidences on the Croatian Adriatic coast<\/h2>\r\n
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Croatia: PCR test, not older than 48 hours<\/h2>\r\nTherefore, as of now, the following continues to apply until probably March 31, 2021, as also communicated by the Croatian tourism authorities<\/a>:<\/strong>\r\n\r\n\"...Persons coming to the Republic of Croatia from EU\/EEA member states\/regions that are not currently on the so-called green list of the European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, regardless of their nationality, must present a negative SARS-CoV-2 PCR test, which is not older than 48 hours (calculated from the time of swabbing until arrival at the border crossing), or perform a SARS-CoV-2 PCR test immediately after arrival in the Republic of Croatia (at their own expense), with the obligation to go into self-isolation until a negative result is obtained. If PCR testing is not possible, 10 days of self-isolation will be required.\"\r\n

Croatia: Travelers from Tyrol to undergo at least 7 days of quarantine<\/h2>\r\nFor travelers to Croatia from the Tyrol, a special regulation<\/a> is currently still in effect:<\/strong>.\r\n\r\n\"Nationals of the third countries that are on the list of the Croatian Institute of Public Health and to whom special epidemiological measures apply, must present a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours upon entering the Republic of Croatia. They are also required to undergo a mandatory 14-day self-isolation period, which may be shortened if the individual has a SARS-CoV-2 PCR test performed at his or her own expense in one of the authorized institutions no earlier than the seventh day of isolation and if the test is negative.\"\r\n

Croatia: On-site testing also possible<\/h2>\r\nThose who were unable to have a PCR test performed in their home country prior to travel, or who are unable to cross the border into Croatia within 48 hours of the test, also have the option of having the test done on-site in Croatia. According to the Croatian authorities, the test not available when crossing the border will be noted in the entry data. At the same time, the person entering the country will be asked to take the test immediately.\r\n\r\nIn the majority of cases, the test centers take over the reporting of the test result to the authorities, but we advise you to have this explicitly confirmed and to keep all documents carefully. Here is the link to the test centers known so far, but the list will expand considerably with the start of the tourist season, as the Croatian Ministry of Tourism announced.\r\n\r\nIn Croatia, masks are mandatory even indoors if a distance of 1.5 to 2 meters cannot be maintained. Outdoors, mask obligation applies if it is not possible to keep a distance of 1.5 meters.\r\n

Croatia: Restaurants and cafes serve only outside<\/h2>\r\nAlready since March 1, the operation of restaurants, bars and coffee houses is allowed only on the terraces from 6:00 to 22:00. While on the terraces of catering establishments must comply with the epidemiological measures and the minimum distance. Bakeries and stores selling bread and bakery products may be open until 10:00 pm. The delivery of food is allowed in compliance with all epidemiological measures.\r\n

Croatia: maritime borders are open<\/h2>\r\nFor private watercraft, as it is called in official German, the sea borders are still open. The conditions apply when entering Croatia, which are also valid at the land borders. In detail you can read the here<\/a>.\r\n

Slovenia: transit possible, entry with PCR test, antigen test, proof of vaccination possible<\/h2>\r\nTransit through Slovenia<\/a> is possible without PCR testing, but should be completed within six hours. Stopovers for refueling are not expressly prohibited, but overnight stays are not allowed by transit regulations. Germans or Austrians wishing to stay longer in the country are subject to a 10-day quarantine requirement upon entry. A test (PCR or antigen) for the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) can be performed at the earliest 5 days after the start of quarantine. If the test result is negative, the quarantine is considered to be over. However, it is better to enter the country with a negative test. Then it is valid that from the quarantine obligation those persons are released, who are\r\n

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