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Slovenia: 3 G Rule Transit Croatia

For Croatian holidaymakers traveling to the country on the Adriatic Sea in their own cars, the following will apply from Monday, August 23, 2021: anyone choosing the route through Slovenia for transit must comply with the 3-G rule, i.e. be vaccinated, tested or recovered. It can be assumed that Slovenians at border stations will check this not-so-new rule accordingly when...

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Transit Slovenia: Also for Croatia vacationers only with 3-G rule - Problematic on the return journey for Austrians and Germans.

Update 14.7. 2021, 13.00 h: 3-G rule for Slovenia transit suspended until August 15 due to efforts by Croatia, in particular the Croatian Tourist Office in Ljubljana, as the Croatian Tourist Board in Frankfurt/Germany announced in advance by phone due to urgency. A detailed article follows. Means in plain language: No Corona test in transit through Slovenia during the return...

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Border controls Slovenia: Rip-off at entry Croatia at controls

Chaos at the Slovenian-Croatian border last weekend: While the Croatian border guards were almost overly meticulous about the new entry requirements to Croatia (tested-vaccinated-genuine, SeaHelp reported) and ensured kilometer-long traffic jams with waiting times of up to six hours, returnees from Croatia were downright ripped off at the Croatian-Slovenian border and asked to pay by the Slovenians. Croatia returnees ripped...

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Entry Germany: from Italy without quarantine, Croatia and Slovenia could follow.

Update 14.05.2021 The question of whether the respective quarantine ordinances of the individual federal states are still valid could only be conclusively and resiliently clarified today due to the holiday on Thursday. In addition the Federal Ministry of Health explained on inquiry: The entry regulation stepped on 13.5. into force. It applies nationwide and -uniformly. We have compiled information here....

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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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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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Free entry Slovenia with Coronavirus vaccination or PCR / antigen rapid test without quarantine possible.

Just in time for the start of the Easter vacations, the countries bordering the Adriatic Sea, currently Slovenia, seem to be relaxing their entry requirements due to Corona. One may assume that other countries, especially Croatia, will follow this example shortly. Worth mentioning against the background: from now on Slovenia allows free entry for vaccinated persons. Slovenia: With Corona rapid...

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