CROATIA has been added to the UK's green watch list.
That means from Monday 19 July, Brits will be able to visit Croatia without quarantining back in the UK.
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They will also need a pre-arrival Covid test and a second test on day two after arriving in England.
The news is a boost for Brits desperate for a foreign holiday, following the news that the Balearic Islands have been placed back on the amber list.
However, anyone booking holidays should be aware that Croatia is on the green watchlist, meaningit could be added back to the amber list at the last minute if Covid cases increase in the country.
There are plenty of great last minute deals to Croatia to be had though, with holidays from £146pp this summer:
- Easyjet Holidays – 7-nights from £382pp
- Easyjet Holidays 7-nights Hotel Croatia, Dubrovnik – half-board August from £699pp
- TUI Croatia Holidays – from £382pp
- TUI Hotel Splendid, Dubrovnik – half-board August from £599pp
- Jet2 Holidays – August 7-nights from £399pp
- Jet2 Holidays Hotel Cavat, Dubrovnik – half-board August 7-nights from £699pp
- BA Holidays – 4-night stays from £169pp
- Thomas Cook Holidays – from £146pp
- Thomas Cook Hotel Kompas, Split Dalmatia – August 7-nights from £587pp
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What are the travel restrictions for Croatia?
Brits can travel to Croatia even if they aren't vaccinated.
To enter Croatia, tourists must have a negative Covid test, either a PCR test 72 hours before or an antigen test 48 hours before.
However, UK arrivals who are fully vaccinated and kids under the age of 12 can enter the country without test restrictions.
Children aged between 12 and 17 will need a negative Covid test to visit.
There are still some restrictions in place, with face masks mandatory on public transport and in shops.
The government has also advised caution if visiting bars or clubs, with an increase in Covid cases linked to them and guests need a negative test or proof of vaccine to enter.
Dubrovnik mayor Mato Frankovic said: "Everything is open, masks should be worn indoors, and for clubs that gather more visitors, there is a rule of entry with a negative test or both doses of vaccine received."
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