COVID-19 Info

Adjustment of the Brijuni National Park to the current COVID-19 situation

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Brijuni National Park public institution considers health and safety of its guests and employees its highest priority. We are regularly monitoring the current situation and following the recommendations of experts and competent authorities, thus ensuring your well-being by employing a series of preventive measures on our boat and in the accommodation facilities.

Transport of guests by boat:

  • The boat is regularly ventilated and disinfected, including handrails and benches. Passengers are required to maintain a distance of at least 1.5 metres at boarding and disembarking, as well as on the decks.
  • Masks are mandatory on the boat and in all enclosed spaces.
  • The number of passengers on the boat is limited.

Transport by tourist train and rentals at the Sports Department:

  • The train is regularly disinfected, including handrails and benches
  • The electric cars, bicycles and scooters in the Sports Department are regularly disinfected
  • Large groups in the Sports Department are prohibited
  • The number of visitors at the Sports Department and in the train is limited and masks are mandatory

Rules in museums and exhibitions:

  • Masks are mandatory in all museums and exhibitions
  • The number of people in enclosed spaces is limited

Hotels

  • Highly frequented areas are regularly disinfected; this includes the reception desk, sanitary facilities and conference halls
  • Guest rooms are regularly thoroughly cleaned and disinfected
  • Hand disinfectants are available in the lobby at the reception, in all catering facilities, and in conference areas
  • The reception has thermometers for checking the body temperature of our guests at their request
  • Mini bars are available in the rooms at the request of the guest
  • Restaurant service will be provided by hotel staff

Catering facilities in the hotels are maintaining the highest standards of hygiene

  • Operation is regulated pursuant to the instructions and recommendations of the Civil Protection Directorate
  • The number of tables has been decreased so as to enable social distancing

* Our employees have been briefed on all the current guidelines set by the World Health Organisation, as well as the competent national and local authorities. They are also regularly educated regarding proper hygiene with the aim of raising awareness of COVID-19. This is imperative for the containment of the virus and for the protection of our employees and guests.

* The Brijuni National Park public institution is constantly maintaining contact with the competent health institutions so as to be able to regularly inform our guests and employees and advise them regarding the measures to be adopted.

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