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SkyUp Connects Kyiv to Croatia

Traveling to the sea is never too much. A vacation on the Adriatic coast means a warm sea until October, as well as delicious cuisine, magnificent landscapes, and many historical monuments. SkyUp is starting to operate flights from Kyiv to Croatian Pula, Split, and Dubrovnik.

Tickets are already available at skyup.aero:

Kyiv — Pula — Kyiv: from 20 June on Thursdays and Sundays, from 67 euro* one way
Kyiv — Split — Kyiv: from 23 June on Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 66 euro* one way
Kyiv — Dubrovnik — Kyiv: from 25 June on Fridays, from 89 euro* one way

Information on entering Croatia

To enter the country, citizens of Ukraine (with the exception of children who are under 12 years old and who are traveling with adults with documents according to one of the following criteria) must provide a document confirming the absence of Covid-19 disease, obtained by one of the following methods to choose from:

PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entering the country
an EU-certified rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to entering the country
a certificate of a completed vaccination course without restrictions on vaccines that are used in Europe, but provided that at least 14 days have passed since the last dose was administered. The vaccination certificate must be provided in English only
officially confirmed recovery from Covid-19 and receiving one dose of vaccine within six months from the date of infection, provided that no more than 180 days have passed from the date of administration of the vaccine to the date of arrival at the border crossing point
a certificate of a positive PCR test or a rapid antigen test, from the date of which no more than 180 days have passed and confirmation of recovery is included in the document. The document must be received at least 11 days before entering Croatia OR the issuance of a medical certificate of recovery
PCR test OR rapid antigen test taken immediately upon arrival in the country at your own expense, but subject to self-isolation until a negative result is obtained. If the test cannot be taken, self-isolation should be continued for 10 days

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