CROATIA HAS REOPENED TO TOURISTS FROM ALL COUNTRIES
As of July 1 2020, Croatia has now reopened to all tourists. EU/EEA countries and nations can enter with no reason given, while ‘third-party' countries outside the EU are welcome, but must show proof of accommodation or tourist activity.
COUNTRIES ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO DENMARK
Denmark has reopened its borders for international tourism, allowing in both EU nations and a few select countries outside of the EU to now visit. Below we have compiled a guide with everything you need to know about travelling to Denmark during these uncertain times, plus which countries can visit, entry requirements, and any other rules you need to know about.
Travel to Croatia in the Corona Era: Real-Time Feedback, July 29, 2020
Travel to Croatia is possible for non-EU citizens, but it became a lot more complicated after July 10 when new measures were introduced. PCR tests no older than 48 hours old or 14 days of self-isolation became the new normal. With the rest of the EU and Schengen closed to all but 12 non-EU countries,