Safe stay in Croatia - National Label of Safety
Updated: Jun 14, 2021
Safe stay in Croatia is a national designation of security protocols in tourism and hospitality that was initiated in 2021. It is awarded to stakeholders in the tourism sector by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports.
This designation allows visitors to easily identify destinations, accommodation providers, transport, tourist attractions, and other facilities that have adopted global standards for health and hygiene. The prominent Safe stay in Croatia label informs visitors that a tourist facility is operating according to the current recommendations of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Croatian Institute of Public Health. By introducing this label, Croatia is putting visitor safety first.
The WTTC created the Safe travel label in 2020 to assist travelers in identifying destinations and companies worldwide that have adopted global health and hygiene standards. Croatia has been displaying this label since the beginning of the COVID pandemic.
Croatian tourism sector and others who are part of the industry chain, such as carriers, airports, stations, nautical ports, and marinas, and who register in the system, display the official authorization that confirms and guarantees compliance with and implementation of current health and safety recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.
Compliance is checked at three levels. A periodic and unannounced inspection of the implementation of safety protocols is carried out by representatives of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, professional associations in tourism. Visitors are also welcome to submit comments via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Have a safe holiday!