Visa requirements overview
APPLICATION OF THE SCHENGEN ACQUIS IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
As of 1 January 2023, the Schengen acquis is in full application in the Republic of Croatia as a Schengen area Member State.
The visa regime of the Republic of Croatia is part of the EU acquis.
As of 1 January 2023, Schengen visas (visas type A and C) and national long-term visas (visa type D) are issued in Croatian diplomatic missions and consular offices.
CALCULATION OF TIME SPENT IN THE SCHENGEN AREA
The time spent in the Republic of Croatia is added to the time spent in other Member States of the Schengen area.
Third country nationals, regardless of whether they are required a visa or not, may stay in the Schengen area for up to 90 days in any 180-days period.
Additional information and a calculator of the period of permitted stay along with instructions for use are available at: https://home-affairs.ec.europa.eu/policies/schengen-borders-and-visa/border-crossing_en
CROATIAN VISAS FOR SHORT-TERM STAY (VISA TYPE C) ISSUED UNTIL 31 DECEMBER 2022
Croatian short-stay visas (visa type C) issued until 31 December 2022, if not expired, are still valid for entry into the Republic of Croatia, but do not allow entry into other Member States of the Schengen area.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONFor any additional question regarding the visa issues please contact the Department for Visas at: firstname.lastname@example.org