Tourists from EU member-states who have booked accommodation in Croatia are supposed to show documents confirming the booking, when they enter the country, the Croatian Ministry of Interior Affairs says on its web site.
This site contains frequently asked questions and answers regarding the conditions of entry into Croatia considering the restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and answers are available currently in Croatian, German and English in the site’s section UZG COVID.
Foreigners possessing property or a vessel in Croatia are supposed to show the document, for instance, a title deed or a purchase contract, confirming their ownership, when they are arriving in Croatia.
Considering the questions about self-isolation, the ministry says that “the measure of self-isolation is no longer imposed on all passengers on border crossing points when entering the Republic of Croatia.”
Leaflet with HZJZ instructions to be given to persons entering Croatia
“It may be imposed only on individuals for whom it is determined during border checks that they have been in contact with a person infected with COVID-19.”
“However, when entering the Republic of Croatia, border police officers will provide you with a leaflet containing instructions and recommendations issued by the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ) which you have to comply with in the following 14 days,” the ministry said.
Thus, the ministry presents the 11 most frequently asked questions and answers to them, considering the conditions and a status of travellers entering Croatia as of 22 May.
As for the COVID-19 infection, Croatia has single-digit daily statistics for weeks.