Most of our visitors won’t need a visa, thanks to the recent changes in the EU Laws. Just make sure you have your passport and national ID with you. Citizens of EU countries and everyone holding a Schengen Visa won’t need a separate visa for Croatia, as long as all of the documents are valid throughout their whole stay in Croatia.
From now, citizens of Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and Kosovo can apply for a visa online! The site is also translated into your languages.You can apply for a visa online 3 months before the trip to Croatia, at the earliest in April. Make sure that you have your accommodation booked before applying, as the exact address will be required for your visa application, together with other travel details. All that information also needs to be mentioned in our invitation letter, should you need one. Hotels usually supply you with enough proof of accommodation, so you may not need a separate invitation letter if you specify your reason to visit is tourism. If our consulate or embassy in your country requires it, we’ll send you your personal invitation letter. Contact us with such requests at email@example.com