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HTZ marks 20th anniversary of its Slovenia officeSlovenian tourists are exceptionally important for Croatia's tourism because they generate the second largest number of overnight stays, after Germans, and Croatia wants to attract as many young Slovenians as possible as well, the head of the Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ) said on Wednesday. 13.04.2022. | News
​Commercial accommodation in first two months generates 581,000 more overnights y-o-yCroatia's commercial accommodation facilities saw 398,000 tourist arrivals and 1.1 million overnight stays in the first two months, which is 206,000 more arrivals and 581,000 more overnights compared with the same period of 2021, the national statistical office (DZS) said on Thursday. 07.04.2022. | News
Croatia's tourist sector expects rise in trade during Easter holidaysCroatia's tourist industry expects an increase in turnover during the forthcoming Easter holidays, according to findings of a survey conducted by the National Tourist Board (HTZ), however, the uncertainties stemming from the war in Ukraine can affect the expectations. 06.04.2022. | News
Government supports WRC Croatia Rally with €1mThe World Rally Championship will be held for the second time in Croatia this year, and a part of the route running through Karlovac County has been tried by Tourism and Sport Minister Nikolina Brnjac in a test drive with Irish rally driver Craig Breen. 05.04.2022. | News
Tourism ministry earmarks €200K to co-fund more medical teams on Adriatic coastCroatia's ministry of tourism and sport will earmark HRK 1.5 million to co-fund the hiring of additional medical teams in tourist destinations in the seven Adriatic counties to raise the level of healthcare services during the summer season. 04.04.2022. | News
​Croatia's tourist hidden gems promoted by the GuardianThe Guardian, a British daily newspaper, has recently published an article about Croatia, as a tourist destination which has interesting hidden gems apart from "perennial hotspots of Dubrovnik, Hvar, Brač and Korčula." 02.04.2022. | News
Foreign tourists generate €9.1bn in revenue last yearForeign tourists generated €9.1 billion in revenue in 2021, up 89% on 2020 and, it was equivalent to 87% of the revenue they generated in the record year 2019, the Tourism Ministry said on Thursday, citing Croatian National Bank data. 31.03.2022. | News
​Number of Czech visitors in Croatia in 2022 expected to surpass 2021 figuresIn 2022 Croatia could welcome more than last year's 775,000 Czech visitors and Czech travel agents and other partners are expanding their programmes for Croatia, hoping the war in Ukraine will end soon and not have a significant effect on their business, it was said at an event in Prague on Tuesday. 29.03.2022. | News
Croatia's tourism and sport minister on two-day visit to Czech RepublicCroatia's Minister of Tourism and Sport Nikolina Brnjac is currently on a two-day visit to Prague, where she met on Monday with Deputy Prime Minister for Digitalisation and Minister of Regional Development Ivan Bartoš. 28.03.2022. | News
100 years of golf in Croatia marked on BrijuniA hundred years of golf in Croatia was marked on the Brijuni islands on Monday, and a round table "Does golf have a future in Croatia" was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports. 28.03.2022. | News