Croatia placed on UK green travel list


Croatia has become the first country in the former Yugoslavia to be placed on the United Kingdom’s green list, meaning travellers will not be required to self-isolate for ten days upon their return regardless of their vaccination status. The new measure, which will come into effect next Monday, will serve as a boost to holidaymakers, the aviation sector and tourism industry. As a result, a number of routes between the two countries, primarily to the Croatian coast, will be restored as of next week. Croatia Airlines, British Airways, easyJet, Ryanair, Wizz Air, TUI and Jet2 all maintain services between Croatia and the United Kingdom.


  1. great news but sadly
    . it is the "greenwatch list"
    if you look on UK government website it states that countries on greenwatch list are at real risk of suddenly retirning to amber list.

    I am British and deeply ashamed of our government.
    pathetic message to potential visitors to Croatia.

  2. on uk green list and ECDC amber list, this is all a big farse... change the paradigm with this colours its becoming rediculous. either vaccinate everyone 99% or stop coutinting contagious but only severe hospitalization and death rate! you are all on a good path to destroy world tourism and milions of people lives

    1. Anonymous20:05

      +1! I totally agree with you!

  3. Anonymous20:04

    I won't be flying until the expensive testing requirements and masks are no longer required!


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