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Zagreb's tourism industry at about 30% of last year's figuresZagreb's tourism industry is suffering losses due the coronavirus pandemic and the March 22 earthquake, with tourist arrivals and overnight stays at about 30 percent of last year's figures, and the Advent in Zagreb event is uncertain, Hina has learned from the Zagreb Tourism Board (TZGZ). 17.10.2020. | News
​HUT welcomes agreement on movement of travellers within EUThe Croatian Tourism Association (HUT) on Tuesday welcomed the EU-wide agreement on measures restricting free movement due to the coronavirus pandemic, saying that restrictions from now on wouldbe more clear and predictable.  13.10.2020. | News
​HTZ launches promotional campaign on seven marketsThe Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ) has launched a promotional campaign covering seven European markets with the aim of maintaining Croatia's visibility and encouraging tourists to visit Croatia as much as epidemiological restrictions allow it. 13.10.2020. | News
​Agreements inked to cofinance construction and reconstruction of sports venuesA total of 23 agreements were signed in the Ministry of Tourism and Sports on Monday on the cofinancing of the construction, repairs and equipping of sports venues in 2020 with a total value of HRK 9.68 million. 12.10.2020. | News
​Dubrovnik to host int'l conference for digital nomadsAn international conference called "Dubrovnik for Digital Nomads" will be held in the southern Adriatic resort on October 16-25 as part of European Freelancers Week, the press were told on Monday. 12.10.2020. | News
​Parts of Croatia examples of good practice in fight against coronavirus in EuropeRijeka, Varazdin, Istria and Virovitica-Podravina County are positive examples of how to fight against the coronavirus in Europe, the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) said in its annual report released on Monday. 12.10.2020. | News
Tourists spend average €98 per dayTourists vacationing in Croatia in 2019 spent a daily average of €98 per person and per overnight stay, with the amount being slightly higher in the continental part of the country, €115, and a little lower on the coast, €97, shows a survey conducted by the Institute of Tourism. 10.10.2020. | News
​Nautical tourism responsible for this year's tourism results, minister saysNautical tourism is largely responsible for overall tourism results, reaching 49% of its last year's results for bed nights, Tourism and Sport Minister Nikolina Brnjac said at the end of the Nautical Patrol campaign in Skradin on Friday. 09.10.2020. | News
Croatia and Bulgaria ink memo on cooperation in tourismCroatia's Tourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac and her Bulgarian counterpart Mariyana Nikolova on Thursday signed a memorandum on boosting cooperation in the tourism sector, the Croatian ministry said in a press release. 08.10.2020. | News
50% lower prices in hotels, restaurants and national parks on 16-25 OctMore than 250 businesses in the hospitality industry have offered their participation in the programme designed by the Tourism Ministry to offer lower prices in a week in the off-season, and 60 more applications are also being considered, Tourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac said on Wednesday. 07.10.2020. | News