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Minister: 2020 experience, measures, vaccine, responsibility key for tourism in 2021​Croatia can be satisfied with its tourism results in 2020 as they prove the sector's adapting to the pandemic and new circumstances, the tourism minister said on Thursday, confident that this experience, the vaccine and compliance with COVID measures can help to achieve the desired effects in 2021. 07.01.2021. | News
Tourist overnight stays in whole 2020 half the number in 2019During the Christmas and New Year holidays there were 92,000 overnight stays or 22% of the statistical data on overnight stays in the corresponding period -- 24 December 2019 to 1 January 2020, the Croatian National Tourism Board (HTZ) stated on Tuesday. 05.01.2021. | News
Minister: Hotels, private renters offer accommodation to people affected by quakeMany private renters and hotels from around Croatia have offered help in accommodating people affected by the quake that hit Petrinja, Sisak and Glina on Tuesday, Tourism and Sports Minister Nikolina Brnjac has said, noting that she has discussed the donation of mobile homes with hotel companies. 30.12.2020. | News
​Tourism sector believes 2021 season will be better, albeit very challengingThe tourism sector believes that the 2021 tourist season will be better than this year's, but that it will be very demanding, with the epidemiological situation continuing to be the key factor, Croatian Tourism Association (HUT) director Veljko Ostojic has told Hina. 29.12.2020. | News
​100 Castles in Northern Croatia project agreement signedThree northern Croatian counties will implement the "100 Castles in Northern Croatia" project over the next three years, the Varazdin County Tourism Board said on Monday after an agreement was signed to join the projects. 28.12.2020. | News
Croatian National Tourist Board awards foreign journalistsThe Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) has given its annual Zlatna Penkala awards to foreign journalists for writing about Croatia as a tourist destination in 2019, including the Grand Prix to journalists from the U.S., the Czech Republic and Sweden, the HTZ said on Tuesday. 22.12.2020. | News
Senior state officials receive bronze medallist women's handball teamAfter being welcomed at Zagreb airport, the bronze medallist national women's handball team was received at the National and University Library by President Zoran Milanovic, Parliament Speaker Gordan Jandrokovic, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, and Tourism and Sports Minister Nikolina Brnjac. 21.12.2020. | News
Tourist Board adopts 2021 progamme focusing on stronger marketing and PRThe Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) assembly on Monday adopted HTZ's programme and financial plan for 2021 which foresees strengthening marketing and PR activities focussed on presenting Croatia's tourism, highlighting safety and preparedness in circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic. 21.12.2020. | News
HTZ director: All in all, tourism did well in 2020, better results possible in 2021Over 54 million overnight stays generated this year, which is 50% of last year's results, are proof that the tourism has done well after all in the pandemic 2020, and that experience is also a good foundation for 2021, which could bring better results, the Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) head said. 21.12.2020. | News
​Coronavirus prevented Croatian tourism office to reopen in MadridThe Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ) had planned to reopen its office in Madrid, which was closed five years ago, but because of the coronavirus, that office will not be opened these days as had been planned. 20.12.2020. | News