Return to your home country - conditions
What are the conditions for the return to your home country? Find out below. These conditions apply to places where Bluesun hotels are located.
All returning to the country must have one of the following:
- negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or antigen test not older than 48 hours
- certificate of complete vaccination with a vaccine from the list of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institute (for vaccines with 1 dose, more than 14 days must have passed since vaccination)
- a certificate of recovery for people who have recovered from COVID-19 proving that at least 28 days have passed since the cessation of the disease, and not more than 6 months. Children up to 6 (six) years of age are exempt from this obligation.
Controls at the border will be performed randomly.
Entry into Austria from Croatia is possible upon presentation of one of three certificates:
- negative test certificates (rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours or PCR test not older than 72 hours)
- vaccination certificates
- certificates for recovering from the COVID-19 disease
If none of the above certificates are available, it is necessary to register via the Pre-Travel-Clearance form and be tested in Austria within 24 hours of crossing the border.
Entry into Austria is possible:
- with the first dose of vaccine: no earlier than the 22nd day, and no later than the 90th day after receiving the vaccine
- with the second dose of vaccine: immediately after vaccination, and no later than 270 days after the second dose of vaccine
- with a single-dose vaccine no earlier than the 22nd day, and no later than 270 days after vaccination
- immediately after vaccination with the first dose, if there is a positive test for COVID-19, at least 21 days old, or a certificate of neutralizing antibodies not older than 270 days.
As proof of recovery, a medical certificate confirming that the person has recovered from COVID 19, is valid for a period of 180 days, and must not be older than 90 days. The certificate of recovery is identical to the evidence of neutralizing antibodies, which at the time of entry into Austria must not be older than 90 days.
Normal entry into Slovenia is allowed for everyone who presents:
- a negative PCR test result (not older than 72 h) or RAT antigen test (not older than 48 h)
- evidence of a positive PCR test result older than 10 days, unless the doctor decided otherwise, but not older than 6 months, or a doctor's certificate confirming that the person has recovered from COVID-19 and no more than six months have passed since the onset of symptoms
- certificate of COVID-19 vaccination *
- vaccination certificate for persons who have recovered from COVID-19
- European digital COVID certificate
- third-country digital COVID certificate in digital or paper form, in English, containing a QR code with the same information as the EU DCP
Otherwise, the person must go into mandatory self-isolation for 10 days. After the 5th day, it is possible to perform a PCR test. If the result is negative, the person is free to come out of self-isolation. Children under the age of 15 are exempt from restrictions if accompanied by an adult who have EU digital COVID certificate.
*The vaccination certificate must contain the following: proof that have past at least 7 days after administration of the second dose of Pfizer vaccine, at least 14 days after administration of a the second dose of Moderna, Sputik V, Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines, at least 21 days after administration of the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine, at least 14 days after administration of the first dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine or certificate of recovery from COVID-19 and vaccination with at least one dose of the vaccine after the recovery, in the period of 6 months from the administration of the vaccine.
Anyone entering Italy, regardless of the means of transport and length of stay, should complete a Digital Passenger Location Form.
All passengers from Croatia enter Italy without self-isolation obligations if they have any of the following:
- certificate of negative test for COVID-19 (rapid antigen test or PCR test) which is not older than 48 hours from the moment of sampling, for passengers older than 6 years
- confirmation of the received second dose of vaccine, 14 days before entering Italy
- certificate of recovery from COVID-19, not older than 6 months.
Certificates can be provided in the digital form (EU digital COVID certificates) or printed paper form.
All restrictions on entry into Hungary from the Republic of Croatia by land have been lifted.
Croatia is on the green list since 19 July.
Before you travel to England you must:
- take a COVID-19 test – children aged 10 and under do not need to take this test
- book and pay for a day 2 COVID-19 test – to be taken after arrival in England
- complete a passenger locator form
You must take a COVID-19 test on or before day 2 after you arrive. Children aged 4 and under do not need to take this test. You do not need to quarantine unless the test result is positive. You must quarantine if NHS Test & Trace informs you that you travelled to England with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. You must follow these rules even if you have been fully vaccinated.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have their own travel rules, and we encourage all people traveling to these regions to study the information in detail on their official website. More information is available at the link.
People returning to Poland from Croatia may be exempted from the obligation of self-isolation provided that:
- when crossing the border of the Republic of Poland, they show a negative result of PCR or RAT (antigen) test not older than 48 hours,
- they have received all the required doses of COVID-19 vaccine approved for use at the EU level,
- they have a proof of recovery from COVID-19, which is valid for 180 days from the day of the positive result to a Coronavirus test.
Children under the age of 12 traveling with adults who have been vaccinated or have a negative COVID test are exempt from the requirement of testing or vaccination.
The Czech Republic
All those returning from Croatia are required to fill out an online form before traveling and have one of the following things upon entry:
- a national certificate of completion of vaccination, if a minimum of 14 days has passed since the last dose was received
- cetificate of recovery from COVID-19
- negative result of PCR (not older than 72 hours) or RAT antigen COVID-19 test (not older than 48 hours) and mandatory self-isolation.*
*Self-isolation can be shortened on the 5th day at the earliest by an additional PCR test. People who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months or have a vaccination certificate are exempt from the obligation to provide a negative PCR test and self-isolate. Children under the age of 6 are exempt from testing.
Czech citizens and members of their families with a temporary residence permit in the Czech Republic traveling with them, EU citizens with a temporary residence permit in the Czech Republic and all foreigners with a permanent residence permit in the Czech Republic can take the test within 5 days of arrival in the Czech Republic.
All people who have stayed in the Republic of Croatia during the previous 14 days are subject to 14-day self-isolation / quarantine, except for:
- persons vaccinated with a vaccine administered in two doses if at least 14 days and not more than 12 months have passed since the second dose,
- persons vaccinated with a vaccine administered in a single dose and at least 21 days and no more than 12 months have passed since the vaccination,
- persons who had COVID-19 not more than 180 days ago and have been vaccinated with the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and at least 14 days and no more than 12 months have passed since the first dose and if the first dose was received within of 180 days from COVID-19 recovery.
All persons over the age of 12 who enter the territory of the Slovakia and who have resided in Croatia during the previous 14 days are required to register via this website. Children under the age of 12 do not need to register. People entering the territory of Slovakia by air are required to fill out an electronic form published on the website https://www.mindop.sk/covid/.
People who enter Romania from countries, the so-called "green zones" are not subject to any restrictions.
People who enter Romania from countries that are marked on the list of epidemiological risk as the so-called "red zones", are subject to the obligation of self-isolation for 14 days, while passengers coming from Croatia and other the so-called "yellow zones" are exempt from conditions of self-isolation if they present a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours at the time of arrival at the border crossing.
Travelers who have certificate confirming that they have received both doses of the vaccine (second dose at least 10 days before) or who have a confirmation that they have had COVID-19 no more than 90 days and no less than 14 days before, can enter Romania without restriction.
Before arriving in Romania, all passengers are required to complete the so-called passenger location form. Testing is not mandatory for children under the age of 4; persons who have a positive COVID-19 test issued not more than 90 days ago and not less than 14 days ago; persons with a positive IgG antigen test not older than 14 days.
All citizens of Ukraine over 18 who have full of partial vaccination can enter the country without installing the Vdoma app or self-isolating.
All citizens of Ukraine over 18 who are not vaccinated must install the Vdoma mobile app and self-isolate for 7 days starting 72 hours after entering the country.
If you have a negative PCR or rapid antigen test within 72 hours of entering the country you do not have to self-isolate.
Children under the age of 12 do not need a COVID-19 test certificate. Children ages 12-18 should have a COVID-19 test certificate but do not have to self-isolate.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina can enter Croatia without any restrictions.