Croatia has became the latest country to invoke Covid-19 test requirements on Britons entering the country from 26 July.
This comes days after Croatia was moved to the Green Travel List for the UK (July 19) – although, the UK are not the only ones added to the needed Covid test entry list .
Russia and Cyprus have also been subject to this restriction over fears of worsening Covid-19 cases in all three countries.
In a statement, the Croatian National Tourist Office said: “A negative test performed in the home country is required before entering the territory of the Republic of Croatia, regardless of vaccination status or recovery from Covid-19.”
Requirements to enter Croatia will now include either a negative Antigen test no more than 48 hours before arrival or a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to arrival. Travellers must also complete the Entercroatia.mup.hr form and have proof of accommodation for their stay.
Requirements are similar to other destinations for children as those under 12 will not have to complete a Covid-19 test if travelling with a parent or guardian who has proof of a negative test upon entering.