We are witnessing a historical moment, for the whole World, for the Earth, for Nature. Indeed, after this COVID-19 pandemic crisis, nothing will be the same anymore. The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is having a significant impact on travel around the globe. As much as the world’s and Europe’s current COVID-19 pandemic situation doesn’t look that optimistic at the moment, we monitor its development and act accordingly to Croatian government measures and regulations for your and our maximum safety. Most importantly we strongly believe this situation will not last forever and that it will stabilize within some decent time.
Therefore, we want to remind you that we continue to work hard and fully operational online so you can virtually enjoy planning your next Dubrovnik trip and best alternative solutions on everyone’s mutual satisfaction. These times are extremely unpredictable, therefore we are here to help as best as we can to get through the coming months.
As COVID-19 pandemic situation is changing from day to day and it’s tough to predict how it will develop, we kindly ask you to be patient and wait with your conclusions and decisions. Changing the date of that booked holiday could be the kindest thing to do right now. Since the Croatian summer season is everything but short, we truly believe that you will still be able to enjoy your beautiful and healthy holidays in Croatia. We understand you might be unsure about your travel plans as the COVID-19 situation involves.
During these unique circumstances, please follow the guidelines suggested by the WHO, your local government authorities and health organisations.
Stay safe, healthy and help us save the touristic season 2020.
COVID-19 News and Resources
- WHO Europe
- Coronavirus Q&A (COVID-19)
- Croatian Institute of Public Health
- Official Government Website for Accurate and Verified Information on Coronavirus
- Croatia Airlines – Important Notice for all Passengers with Travel Arrangements
Did you know the first quarantines of Dubrovnik were the islands of Mrkan, Supetar and Bobara in front of Cavtat?
Find out more in our next blog.