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One of Croatia’s most popular National Parks to reopen its doors on Monday

Written by  May 06, 2020

Krka National Park will be reopened to visitors on Monday the 11th of May at a promotional price of 50 Kuna for adults and 25 for children.

In the third phase of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions across Croatia as of this coming Monday National Parks are once again allowed to open their doors to visitors.

The Krka National Park said on Wednesday that individual visitors can walk and bike and enjoy all of the park's natural values and cultural and historical assets, and catering facilities will be opened in accordance with the recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.



After an almost two-month break due to the coronavirus outbreak the park is offering discounts of entry tickets and these prices will remain in effect until the 18th of June.

They point out that during the period without visitors the park’s employees have further improved the area of the National Park and its facilities and ensured that the recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health were followed through preparatory activities.

Thus, visitors will have access to all presentation centres and facilities, souvenir shops, as well as catering facilities at Roški slap and Lozovac, with due respect for all epidemiological measures in force.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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