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Meeting held on sustainable tourism models in MediterraneanThe Croatian Tourism Ministry on Tuesday organised an online meeting of 200 guests from a dozen countries on new sustainable tourism management models in the Mediterranean. 20.04.2021. | News
Croatia resumes issuing tourist visas to RussiansThe Croatian Embassy to the Russian Federation has received initial applications for tourist visas from Russian citizens and currently there is a good interest on the Russian market in vacationing in Croatia, the Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ) said on Wednesday. 07.04.2021. | News
Tourism minister says is optimistic about summer seasonCroatia is ready for and optimistic about the summer tourist season, aware that it will depend to a large extent on the epidemiological situation, Tourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac told Slovenia's STA news agency on Saturday. 03.04.2021. | News
22,000 tourists staying in Croatia ahead of EasterMore than 22,000 tourists are staying in Croatia ahead of Easter, including 17,000 foreigners, and although the number is expected to increase over the holidays, turnover is not expected to reach the pre-pandemic levels, National Tourist Board director Kristjan Staničić said on Friday. 02.04.2021. | News
Law to enable reimbursement in money or another trip for vouchers​Buyers of travel arrangements which have in the meantime been cancelled and for which they have been given vouchers by travel agencies, will be able to choose another trip or get a refund, according to a proposal to amend the Tourism Services Act. 01.04.2021. | News
Brnjac: We are working on clear criteria for entry into CroatiaTourism and Sports Minister Nikolina Brnjac said on Wednesday that clear entry criteria for Croatia were being prepared according to European Commission recommendations for travel across borders, which will probably be - recovered from COVID-19, vaccination or a PCR or antigen test. 31.03.2021. | News
Minister relatively satisfied with 2020 tourism revenueTourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac said on Wednesday Croatia could be relatively satisfied with the 2020 tourism revenue given that there was 64.2% fewer tourists than in the record year 2019, while revenue in travel and tourism dropped 54.3%. 31.03.2021. | News
Ryanair to reopen Zadar base, operate 37 flights from July to end of OctoberRyanair is reopening its summer base in the coastal city of Zadar which it will be connecting with 37 destinations, including 17 new ones, and the investment is worth $200 million, Ryanair and Zadar Airport officials said at an online news conference on Tuesday.  30.03.2021. | News
British press describe Croatia as attractive destination for digital nomadsThe British daily newspapers The Mirror and The Independent have run articles about Croatia as a desirable and attractive destination for digital nomads, the Croatian National Tourism Board (HTZ) reported on Thursday. 25.03.2021. | News
Minister Brnjac, Japanese ambassador discuss tourism and sports cooperationCroatia's Tourism and Sports Minister Nikolina Brnjac and Japanese Ambassador Misako Kaji on Friday held talks on tourism and sports connections between their countries, the ministry said in a press release. 19.03.2021. | News