Croatia is the first EU country, to welcome back American tourists
American tourists who had a trip planned to Europe, had their trips cancelled in June, due to the country's poor handling of the Corona Pandemic determined by the European Union.
However, Croatia has decided to defy the EU’s recommendation and open its borders to US travelers starting on July 1.
According to the US Embassy in Zagreb, starting July 1, “foreign nationals, including US citizens, may enter Croatia for business, tourism, or other pressing personal reasons, if they provide relevant proof.”
This “proof” simply refers to a receipt of paid accommodation within the country, whether that be a hotel or Airbnb booking.
A Corona test is NOT required for entry, and travelers will not be asked to quarantine upon entering the country. If you’re planning to visit Croatia, all you’ll have to do is fill out an online registration form with some personal information, as well as a disclosure of whether you’ve been recently exposed to the Corona Virus.
So whether you want to go on a Game of Thrones tour in the old part of Dubrovnik, or simply rent a yacht to cruise the Adriatic Sea, that's totally up to you agian.