Entry Croatia, Italy and Slovenia on the way to normality with valid EU Corona Certificate

Update: 07.02.2022 Here again in plain text the requirements for entry to Croatia: Digital COVID-19 certificate of the EU is sufficient! Travelers confirm the now-practiced practice at the Croatian borders: "The Croats just wave through." In order to facilitate entry to Croatia, among other countries, in times of the Corona pandemic, the EU member states have drawn up Corona rules...

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Entry Germany: From 01 August 2021 mandatory testing for non-vaccinated persons

With immediate effect, the so-called 3-G rule also applies to German holidaymakers returning to Germany from Austria, Italy, Slovenia or Croatia, for example, when entering Germany, i.e. travelers returning to Germany must either be vaccinated, recovered or tested and must already prove this directly at the border with Germany. A test after returning from vacation in Germany, as was previously...

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Entry Croatia without Coronatest from Germany and Austria

You could almost say: Finally! From now on, i.e. from 17.6.2021, entry to Croatia from the green zones of the ECDC card can be done without previous testing for the coronavirus. All Austrians and also all Germans entering Croatia do not need a test (antigen or PCR) upon entry as of now. Only exception: vacationers from the German states of...

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Germany classifies the whole of Croatia as a risk area, including Istria: Quarantine on entry and return respectively

Update from April 2, 2021: That we are currently receiving numerous inquiries because of the classification of the whole of Croatia as a risk area and the unforeseen quarantine on the return trip hits many holidaymakers in the region of Istria hard, here again for explanation: the measures come into force Easter Saturday, March 3, 2021 at 00.00 hours, which...

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Entry requirements Slovenia: Only PCR test allowed, no antigen test for entry.

Slovenia has once again adjusted entry requirements to Slovenia due to the continued rise in coronavirus incidence numbers. The most important changes: From now on, a PCR test, not older than 48 hours, must be presented again when entering Slovenia. An antigen test, as previously still permitted, is not sufficient. In addition, Slovenia is going into a hard lockdown from...

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Istria travel continues to be problem-free<\/h2>\r\nIstria, the only county in Croatia with its own coastline for which there is currently no travel warning from a German perspective, continues to hold up very well, with a 7-day incidence of 51 and a 14-day incidence of 81. The low incidence figures for Istria are also clearly reflected in the number of positive Corona tests: while in Primorje Gorski Kotar 40% of those tested were positive, in Istria it was only 5% of test candidates who had to go into quarantine with a positive result.\r\n

Croatia tightens corona measures regionally<\/h2>\r\nSpecific measures apply to individual regions. For example, in Dalmatia (Split-Dalmatia and Sibenik-Knin), the sale of alcohol is prohibited between 20.00 h and 6 h, and in the capital Zagreb there is to be a general mask requirement.\r\n

Tighter controls and traffic jams expected in Easter travel<\/h2>\r\nAlthough the press conference did not expect a larger volume of tourists over the Easter holidays, vacationers entering Croatia should be prepared for longer waiting times at the borders, as tighter controls are expected from Maundy Thursday. Already, Croatia travelers are reporting up to 2 hours of waiting time at the Slovenian-Croatian border when entering Croatia, and that's with normal traffic.\r\n

Discipline required when entering Croatia<\/h2>\r\nTherefore, at this point again the urgent request to have all the necessary papers at hand when crossing the border into Croatia. In addition, it is essential to register beforehand at EnterCroatia<\/a> to register.\r\n\r\n \r\n
Status: 31 March 2021 2:30 pm\r\nDue to the topicality of the message, the page of the Croatian Ministry of Interior has not yet been changed. Here<\/a> you will find the text of the new regulation in the future.<\/span><\/span><\/div>","post_title":"New measures at the border with Croatia: <\/span><\/span>Entry to Croatia only with antigen test from 1 April decided.","post_excerpt":"","post_status":"publish","comment_status":"open","ping_status":"closed","post_password":"","post_name":"entry-croatia-with-antigen-test","to_ping":"","pinged":"","post_modified":"2021-04-01 18:24:23","post_modified_gmt":"2021-04-01 16:24:23","post_content_filtered":"","post_parent":0,"guid":"https:\/\/www.sea-help.eu\/news-general\/entry-croatia-with-antigen-test\/","menu_order":0,"post_type":"post","post_mime_type":"","comment_count":"0","filter":"raw"},{"ID":27181,"post_author":"4","post_date":"2021-03-29 15:56:34","post_date_gmt":"2021-03-29 13:56:34","post_content":"Slovenia has once again adjusted entry requirements<\/a> to Slovenia due to the continued rise in coronavirus incidence numbers. The most important changes: From now on, a PCR test, not older than 48 hours, must be presented again when entering Slovenia. An antigen test, as previously still permitted, is not sufficient. In addition, Slovenia is going into a hard lockdown from April 1 to contain the spread of the coronavirus.\r\n\r\nTo anticipate:<\/strong> A transit within six hours is still possible without problems, as the entry regulations for Slovenia execute.\r\n

Slovenian hotline for questions<\/h2>\r\nHowever, according to the Slovenian Embassy in Berlin, tourist travel to Slovenia is also allowed, provided that one adheres to the valid entry requirements. For further inquiries, the Slovenian government has set up a hotline that SeaHelp editors have already tested. Under the phone numbers 00386 14787550<\/strong> and 00386 15147001<\/strong> a friendly employee answers the callers' questions quite competently.\r\n

Staying on own ship allowed in Slovenia<\/h2>\r\nWe wanted to know:<\/strong> Are boat owners with moorings in one of the Slovenian marinas allowed to their vessels and stay there over Easter despite entry restrictions?\r\n\r\nThe answer, by the way, after consultation:<\/strong> Yes, no problem, if on entry into Slovenia a PCR test, not older than 48 hours. Nevertheless, we recommend that you additionally coordinate this with the marina where the ship is based.\r\n

Vaccination and survived COVID-19 disease also exempt from testing<\/h2>\r\nHowever, another Slovenian exemption from mandatory PCR testing raises eyebrows and could soon be a template for entry into Croatia. The homepage of the Slovenian Embassy in Berlin<\/a> states:\r\n\r\nAs before, the following are exempt from quarantine:<\/strong>.\r\n

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