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Three Croatian destinations among 20 safest post-corona travel spots

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Leading American business magazine Forbes has published a list of the 20 Safest Places For Travel And Tourism Post-Coronavirus which features three Croatian destinations. 

As a number of nations start opening up their borders to tourists, holidaymakers around Europe have a number of factors this summer to take into consideration after the coronavirus pandemic. 

Thanks to the good epidemiological situation in Croatia, where over 92% of people infected with Covid-19 have recovered and only 66 active cases, Croatia is at the top of the list for sun-seekers this summer from around Europe. 

“Summer holidays to Europe could be back on next month via “air bridges,” reports The Sun.

To help holidaymakers decide where is safe to travel to, Forbes has published European Best Destinations’ list of 20 destinations least affected by Covid-19 (defined as up to 600 times fewer Covid-19 cases).

Cavtat

“Croatia is among the European countries least affected by coronavirus with up to 20 times fewer infected people per million inhabitants than in other European countries. Croatia is also one of the European countries with the highest number of hospital beds per inhabitant,” EBD writes.

The list below. 

  1. Tbilisi, Georgia
  2. Corfu, Greece
  3. Cavtat, Croatia
  4. Azores Islands
  5. Preveza, Greece
  6. Alentejo, Portugal, Portugal
  7. Batumi, Adjara, Georgia
  8. Zagreb, Croatia
  9. Algarve, Portugal
  10. Sibiu, Romania
  11. Kotor, Montenegro
  12. Rijeka, Croatia
  13. Warsaw, Poland
  14. Vienna, Austria
  15. Bohinj, Slovenia
  16. Malta
  17. Gdansk, Poland
  18. Vilnius, Lithuania
  19. Riga, Latvia
  20. Wild Taiga, Finland 
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