Republic of Croatia is a member of the European Union. Please bring your passport as a personal identification document even when being an EU citizen. There is visa-free entry for citizens of most European countries.
Republic of Croatia is still not a member of the Schengen area. Inhabitants of contractual states are not allowed to cross borders between states within this area without undergoing border controls. More precisely, inhabitants of these states have the obligation to carry a passport or identity card with them.
The participants from particular countries are required to have valid visa. If necessary, visas are issued by diplomatic missions of the Republic of Croatia in a given country. Please contact your nearest Croatia Embassy or Consulate for further information or visit the website of Croatian Ministry of Foreign and European affairs at http://www.mvep.hr/en/consular-information/visas/visa-requirements-overview/
Participants requiring a visa should apply immediately to a consular office or diplomatic mission of the Republic of Croatia in their country to avoid a delayed arrival to the Conference. Please note that the visa application procedure can take up to two months.
It is not possible to obtain a visa at the Dubrovnik Airport. Visitors from non-EU Countries must possess a passport valid for at least a 3 month stay.