Croatia has further softened its entry requirements for British tourists.
As of Wednesday (1 July), EU citizens – including UK nationals – can enter the country without proving purpose of entry.
Brits needs only fill out an online form to announce their visit, which will speed up the border process.
They no longer need to provide proof of accommodation at the border, the Croatian National Tourist Office has also confirmed.
It follows an EU Council recommendation on the gradual lifting of temporary non-essential travel restrictions in the EU.
The recommendation sets out countries from which the union believes it is safe to accept travellers. The list will be reviewed on a fortnightly basis.
As of last week, face masks are now mandatory on public transport in Croatia, including on ferries.