30 Jan

Important Visa Requirements

People holding a valid Schengen visa do not need any additional documents to enter Croatia and stay for up to 90 days.

Also, there is  a number of countries which do not require a visa at all to enter Croatia. Besides EU countries following countries do not need visa to enter Croatia:

  1. Andorra,
  2. Monaco,
  3. San Marino,
  4. Switzerland,
  5. the UK

Also residents of all following countries are not required to have a visa for a stay up to 90 days in Croatia:

  1. Albania,
  2. Antigua and Barbuda,
  3. Argentina
  4. Australia,
  5. Bahamas,
  6. Barbados,
  7. Bosnia-Herzegovina,
  8. Brazil,
  9. Brunei,
  10. Canada,
  11. Chile,
  12. Colombia,
  13. Costa Rica,
  14. Dominica,
  15. El Salvador,
  16. Grenada,
  17. Guatemala,
  18. Holy See,
  19. Honduras,
  20. Iceland,
  21. Israel,
  22. Japan,
  23. Korea,
  24. Liechtenstein,
  25. Macedonia,
  26. Malaysia,
  27. Marshall Islands,
  28. Mauritius,
  29. Mexico,
  30. Micronesia,
  31. Moldova,
  32. Montenegro,
  33. New Zealand,
  34. Nicaragua,
  35. Norway,
  36. Palau,
  37. Panama,
  38. Paraguay,
  39. Peru,
  40. Saint Kitts and Nevis,
  41. Saint Lucia,
  42. Saint Vincent And The Grenadines,
  43. Samoa,
  44. Serbia,
  45. Seychelles,
  46. Singapore,
  47. Solomon Islands,
  48. the USA,
  49. Timor-Leste,
  50. Tonga,
  51. Trinidad And Tobago,
  52. Turkey,
  53. Tuvalu,
  54. United Arab Emirates,
  55. Uruguay,
  56. Vanuatu,
  57. Venezuela.

However, citizens of all remaining countries need to apply for a visa prior to travelling to Croatia. In case you need more information, you can check Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia page or send an email to croatia@pglf.org.