Croatia has become the latest destination to drop all COVID-related entry restrictions, according to the national tourist office.
It issued a statement this morning saying that, since 1 May, all travellers entering Croatia can do so ‘under the same conditions of entry that were in force before the COVID-19 pandemic’.
In other words, only valid travel documents are required and there is no longer any need to provide proof of vaccines or negative COVID tests.
However, the Foreign Office has yet to update its travel advice for Croatia. Its latest update was on 12 April, when it stated that travellers could only enter with proof of vaccines or a negative test.