Croatia is the latest country to allow fully vaccinated foreign travelers to be exempt from the otherwise mandatory COVID-19 testing and quarantine.

Visitors from all countries who have been vaccinated at least 14 days before their departure are exempt from current travel restrictions, the Croatian Interior Ministry has announced.


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Regardless of vaccination status, Americans can currently travel to Croatia for tourism only if they have proof of prepaid stay in a hotel, campground, private accommodation, rented boat or other tourist accommodation. It is not sufficient to make a reservation: the accommodation must be paid in full in advance.

Non-accumulating travelers from the U.S. may also enter the country, but must have a negative PCR or antigen result from a COVID-19 test performed no more than 48 hours prior to arrival. Persons who enter Croatia on the basis of the results of the antigen test and stay longer than 10 days must repeat the test within 10 days from the date of the first test.

Individuals who demonstrate that they have previously tested positive for COVID-19 and have fully recovered within the past six months are exempt from testing and self-exclusion. Children under the age of seven accompanied by a parent or guardian should not be tested.

According to Travel + Leisure, third-country (non-Schengen) nationals, including Americans, can also be tested upon arrival, but are required to isolate themselves until they receive the results. If, for any reason, the test cannot be carried out, the person concerned must be placed in quarantine for 10 full days.

There are several other categories of travelers who are exempt from submitting viral test results, proof of vaccination, or documented cure of COVID-19, which are detailed on the U.S. Embassy website in Croatia.

It is important to remember that both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers must have a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of leaving the United States to be allowed to re-enter the country; although the new CDC guidelines for vaccinated travelers have eliminated the need for a seven-day self-exclusion on return.

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