The central European country broke with its fellow EU nations by reopening for tourism this month and welcoming travelers from around the world to visit the Split town, visit Blue Cave, explore islands with a boat and learn about the rich history of this beautiful country! How to visit Croatia? Americans and other non-EU travelers must present a negative test no older than 48 hours (or self-isolate for 14 days) in addition to completing a travel registration form on the country’s tourism website and providing proof of paid local accommodations (Airbnb reservation) or an address if you’re staying with relatives or friends. There is no testing or temperature screening on arrival, but wearing masks in public and social distancing rules still apply at the moment.
Even if you do head to Croatia this summer, remember that you won’t be able to cross the border into many neighboring countries where Americans are still banned.
Croatia not on your bucket list? What are you waiting for?! 🙂