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Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro

Entry regulations for Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro:

  • All guests must either be recovered from or fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please have one of the following proofs ready:
    • Proof of complete vaccination (with a vaccine approved by the EMA or WHO) in the form of an NHS COVID Pass (the vaccination course must have been completed at least 14 days before arrival). If your complete vaccination is older than 9 months, you need a booster vaccination. Booster vaccination certificates are valid for 365 day.
    • Evidence of recovery from Covid-19 (the infection must have been at least 14 days and no more than 180 days before the trip).
      Please note: for entry to Montenegro, you will need to show evidence of a positive PCR test or a positive rapid antigen test, issued by a registered laboratory
      (taken more than 10 days and less than 6 months from the date of entry to Montenegro). You can not use just the UK COVID Pass result to demonstrate proof of COVID-19 recovery when entering Montenegro. You willl also need to present a positive PCR or rapid antigen test.
    • Important note: the NHS COVID pass must be provided in printed form for entry into Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro. The digital form is also accepted for entry into Croatia. Please be aware, however, that proof in printed form is only accepted by the Croatian authorities if it was issued after 1 November 2021.
  • All travelers are advised to pre-register for entry into Croatia: entercroatia.mup.hr/
    • On your trip, you will spend the 1st to the 4th day and the 14th and the 15th days in Croatia. You only need to pre-register once, however.
    • In the field „The announcement is valid from“, enter the date of your outward flight. In the field „The announcement is valid until“, enter the date of your return flight.
    • In the field „Accommodation facility“, enter the following example hotel: Valamar Argosy Hotel, UI. Iva Dulcica 140, 20000 Dubrovnik
    • Please note that you must upload the file containing your proof of vaccination or recovery as a PDF. The file must not be larger than 5 MB.
    • Follow our detailed instructions for registration: Croatia – Help with arrival – registration

The current regulations for Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro for British citizens can change at short notice. The latest regulations can be viewed at www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice, mup.gov.hr/uzg-covid/english/286212, www.granpol.gov.ba/Content/Read/76?title=Stranci, https://www.gov.me/en/article/covid-19-measures-and-recommendations.

Current COVID restrictions:

  • Croatia: The tourism infrastructure is available within the limits of the hygiene recommendations set out by the authorities. Cafés are open for outdoor dining, but restaurants are open for indoor dining as well.
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina: Cafés, cinemas, restaurants, bars, museums and similar facilities are open but social distancing regulations must be complied with.
  • Montenegro: Shops and food and beverage venues are open in compliance with distance and hygiene rules.
  • Masks must be worn in public and in enclosed spaces in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro. A minimum distance of two metres must be maintained from other people. Failure to comply with these regulations is punishable with a fine.

Transfers and round trips on the coach

  • Please be aware that there is a sequence in place for boarding and getting off the coach in seat order.
  • Disinfectants are available on doors and in sanitary facilities.
  • There will also be regular breaks during the journey to freshen the air inside the coach.
  • Snacks and drinks: only packaged foods will be available.
  • Please note that these terms and conditions may change at any time. You will be informed of any changes while on site.

Hotels and restaurants

  • Protective masks are mandatory in accordance with current legal requirements.
  • According to local legal requirements, there are no current stipulations regarding forms of service. Buffets are provided in hotels. At some restaurants, meals will be served directly to the table.
  • Please note that these terms and conditions may change at any time. You will be informed of any changes while on site.

Please be aware that this page is constantly updated and short-notice changes may occur (last update 28.04.2022).
Please check the latest regulations at www.gov.uk/check-travel-during-coronavirus. Please note that you are personally responsible for complying with the relevant entry requirements.