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Germany considers Croatia safe destination for travel

ZAGREB, July 24 (Hina) – The German Foreign Ministry on Thursday published a report in which it described Croatia as a safe destination, the Croatian Tourism Association (HUT) stated on Friday.

Germans are the most numerous foreign tourists visiting Croatia.

Year to date, Germans have generated four million overnight stays, including 2.5 million in the first 20 days of July.

In the coming weeks, HUT expects a significant influx of holiday-makers from Bavaria where next week summer school holidays start.

HUT also underscores that there has been no information that any of guests staying in Croatian commercial facilities for tourist accommodation have caught coronavirus to date.

This week, the Netherlands added Croatia to the group of countries for which the travel advisory is orange, which means that self-quarantine arriving from it is strongly recommended.

“Travellers arriving in the Netherlands from a country or area where an orange or red travel advisory applies for health reasons are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 14 days. This can be done at home or in temporary or holiday accommodation,” the Dutch government said.

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