CROATIAN NATIONAL TOURIST BOARD – The latest measures regarding travel to the Republic of Croatia
The validity of the Decision on Temporary Restriction of Crossing the Border Crossings of the Republic of Croatia, which was valid until 30 April 2022, has not been extended and entry into the Republic of Croatia is allowed subject to the conditions of entry valid before the COVID 19 epidemic.
* Please note all external links provided are not updated by the Tourist board of Split, and the Tourist board of Split cannot be held accountable for their accuracy.
TESTING ON COVID-19 INFORMATION
Cro Care - a web platform through which you can find out in just a few clicks where and how to get to COVID-19 testing centers, contact your embassy, and all emergency services you may need in Split-Dalmatia County. The Cro Care system works in a way that the platform automatically recognizes the user's current location and thus shows the nearest emergency services locations and their contacts.
RAPID ANTIGEN SARS-COV-2 TESTS - NOTICE
To maintain the most favorable epidemiological situation, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports has provided free rapid antigen tests, and the tests are for tourists who have spent at least three nights in the Republic of Croatia (with proof).
These tests are free for private companies that do testing, hoteliers, camps, and others with the intention that the final price of testing paid by the tourist should not exceed HRK 75,00.
To order the tests and arrange their distribution and collection, you are welcome to contact the Public Health Institute of Split-Dalmatia County directly at email@example.com.
Safe stay in Croatia is a national designation of security protocols in tourism and hospitality that was initiated in 2021. It is awarded to stakeholders in the tourism sector by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports. This designation allows visitors to easily identify destinations, accommodation providers, transport, tourist attractions and other facilities that have adopted global standards for health and hygiene. The prominent Safe stay in Croatia label informs visitors that a tourist facility is operating according to the current recommendations of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Croatian Institute of Public Health. By introducing this label, Croatia is putting visitor safety first.
Terra Medica - tourist medical clinic in Split at Poljička 20b/Spinčićeva 2b, 21000 Split (Lazarica building across from KBC Split)
The clinic's working hours are every day from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., including Saturday and Sunday. Tourists can obtain medical help by coming to the tourist clinic without prior notice or with prior consultation by calling the following phone numbers: +385 98 410 680; +385 98 212 104; +385 99 341 42 43.
There is also the possibility of intervention in the field if the patient's condition is such that the patient can't leave the facility.
LIST OF MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS THAT PROVIDE HEALTH CARE TO TOURISTS IN SPLIT
According to the currently valid regulations on providing health care to domestic and foreign insured persons, all doctors in the public health service network in a contractual relationship with the Croatian Health Insurance Fund (HZZO) have an OBLIGATION to provide the necessary health care to tourists (domestic via HZZO card and foreigners via EU card).
Below is a list of general / family medicine doctors and pediatricians in the Split-Dalmatia County who have a contract with the Croatian Health Insurance Fund within the public health service network with the addresses and contact telephone numbers.