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Accession of Croatia to the Schengen area in 2022? No more traffic jams at the borders?

When will the annoying border controls at the Slovenian-Croatian Schengen border, which are often associated with kilometer-long traffic jams, be abolished for all tourists traveling to Croatia with their own cars in 2022? The answer to this pressing question probably occupies most Croatian vacationers even in 2022. SeaHelp, based on many different publications, has obtained information directly from the EU...

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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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Traffic jams entry Croatia via Italy or Slovenia

Anyone who sets off for the Adriatic Sea, especially Croatia, in times of the COVID 19 pandemic caused by Sars-CoV-2 should be prepared for some changes, especially when crossing the border into Slovenia, and at the weekends also for longer traffic jams. The main bottleneck is probably the Karawanken tunnel, where the traffic towards the south is often dammed up...

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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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EU giving Croatia credit for the protection of the Schengen external borders

Will the borders between Croatia and Slovenia belong to the past soon? The chances are not bad as Croatia's admission to the Schengen Area seems to be imminent. ”I would like to compliment Croatia for its efforts and its perseverance on the fulfilment of all the necessary requirements for its entry into Schengen‟, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker recently declared...

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