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Latest travel updates in Croatia


by Robert Bralić | Jun 18, 2020


For our update on travel information in Croatia, we have prepared a brief set of news with all relevant links where you can update yourself daily. After a couple of weeks with only negative testing results, as of today, there are some new cases of Coronavirus in Croatia. Although the crisis period was handled very well, due to our return to normal everyday life, it was expected for the virus to return among the local population. Among the infected people so far, there are none foreign citizens or tourists.

Since this weekend we expect a significant increase in international arrivals to Croatia, we shall be informing here on all the most interesting travel updates in weeks to come.

Return of international flights to Croatia

Many low-cost airlines have announced their flight schedules for June and July, with five destinations being in Croatia. Some of them we are listing here beneath.

Croatian Airlines are maintaining their standard flights from major European hubs to Zagreb, Split or Dubrovnik airport. More details can be found on Croatian Airlines website here.

Transavia has announced their arrivals in Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka and Zadar airports. For more information, you can visit their site on this link.

Norwegian aims for the reintroduction of their lines from London to Split and Dubrovnik. More information can be found here.

From Paris, Air France announced flights to Split, Zagreb and Dubrovnik. Visit the Air France website here.

General information and Coronavirus-related updates in Croatia

For anyone who would like to be updated on a daily basis, the government of the Republic of Croatia has created an “Official government website for accurate and verified information on Coronavirus” here.

Since the EU Member States and the European Commission are working on minimising the impact of the introduced restrictions on the European Single Market and free movement of persons, a Croatian EU Presidency website has been launched that offers latest news and updates which can be found via this link.

A website of Croatian Institution of Public Health can be found here.

News from the Ministry of Tourism can be found on their website here.


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