Coronatest for Croatia
Many countries have currently imposed entry restrictions on incoming travelers to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Therefore, almost all countries currently require you to be able to show a negative coronavirus test result.
Requirements Croatia travel statement
To travel to Croatia, a negative test result (not older than 48 hours before arrival) is necessary. This can be a PCR test or an antigen quick test are. In case you are in the country for more than 10 days and you have taken an antigen rapid test, the test must be repeated within 10 days from the date of issue of the first test. This is not necessary for a PCR test. It is also possible to get a PCR test on arrival in Croatia, but you will have to go into quarantine until you get a negative test result.
Age limit of coronatest for Croatia
The above requirements apply to children 7 years of age or older.
Cost of PCR test and antigen rapid test for travel to Croatia
The costs for an antigen rapid test for travelling to Croatia are €59,- You will receive your results within 30 minutes. The costs for a PCR test are €129,- Will you be tested before 13:00? Then you will receive the result on the same day. If you are tested after 13:00 hrs, you will receive the result 24 hours later at the latest. Both tests include the necessary certificate.
Locations PCR test with travel certificate Croatia
Travel advice abroad
On holiday to Croatia in 2021
Croatia has become a popular holiday destination in recent years. The country is not only known for its beautiful coastline, but also for its extensive forests, national parks and large lakes. The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is a city with a lot of atmosphere and many sights. The cities of Rovinj, Dubrovnik and Split are also popular destinations for tourists. Croatia is also known for its many islands, such as Krk, Vis, Hvar and Brač.
All about the travel certificate
If you have a negative test result, you will receive a travel certificate from us. The certificate for the PCR test and antigen rapid test are different. So check carefully which certificate you need for your holiday destination.
To travel to Croatia both certificates can be used. The document is checked at five points:
- The type of test: an antigen rapid test or a PCR test
- The test result: it should be negative
- The first and last name: this must be in accordance with the passport
- The date and time of the test
- The details of the institute or laboratory that administered the test
What's a coronagraph?
A coronate test is a test that can show whether a person is infected with COVID-19 virus. There are different types of coronate tests, such as an antigen rapid test and a PCR test. A antigen rapid test gives the result within 30 minutes, so you know very quickly whether you are infected with the virus at that moment. The result of a PCR test takes a little longer (max. 24 hours), but also gives a slightly more accurate result. In many cases the antigen rapid test is not suitable to travel with, while a PCR test is. However, for Croatia a negative antigen rapid test result is sufficient to enter the country.
Both the antigen rapid test and the PCR test (including travel certificate) can be performed at one of our five testing locations. Make a coronation appointment here on the date of your choice!