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25th GAST food and drinks fair opens in Split​The 25th GAST fair of food, drinks and hotel and restaurant equipment opened in the Spaladium Arena in the southern coastal city of Split on Wednesday. On that occasion, Agriculture Minister Marija Vuckovic awarded 47 grant agreements worth a total of HRK 41 million (€5.5m) as part of four measures under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020. 26.02.2020. | News
First Croatian diving congress held in ZagrebOver 400 participants from Croatia and abroad took part in the two-day congress of diving which was held on the compounds of the Zagreb Fair on 22-23 February. The organisers of the event - the Agencija Promocija Ronjenje - say in a press release that diving had become some of the most important activities to attract more tourists in the country. 24.02.2020. | News
Naftalan hospital one of key drivers of health tourism in Zagreb CountyZagreb County has significantly developed its tourist trade and infrastructure, and Naftalan, a special hospital for medical rehabilitation in Ivanic Grad, plays a marked role in that. 23.02.2020. | News
Croatia marks International Tourist Guide DayThere are an estimated 5,500 tourist guides in Croatia, and their number is rising as these professionals who provide information on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage to people on organized tours and individual clients are important for the national tourist trade. 21.02.2020. | News
1.52 m unemployed at end January, unemployment rate 8.4%At the end of January, there were 1.52 million employed persons in Croatia, which is a drop of 1.4% or 21,123 fewer employed than at the end of December, and the registered unemployment rate was 8.4%, 0.5 percentage points up from December, shows data from the national statistical office (DZS). 20.02.2020. | News
Croatia becoming more recognisable for its high-quality business tourism​Croatia could become more recognisable for its high-quality conference tourism, which can also help solve the problem of seasonality, the biggest issue in Croatia's tourism, stated Jasmina Bilac, the president of the newly established Association for Business Tourism at the Croatian Chamber of Economy (HGK). 19.02.2020. | News
How to revitalise island of Smokvica?The revitalisation of the island of Smokvica and the search for a possible model of conversion for that special purpose island were the main topics of the meeting held on Tuesday in the State Assets Ministry with the representatives of the lessee, the Sibenik-Knin County, the municipality of Rogoznica and relevant ministries. 18.02.2020. | News
€100K approved for Croatia and Slovenia to finance their tourism promotion in AustraliaCroatia's National Tourist Board (HTZ) and the Slovenian Tourist Board have been given €100,000 for a promotional campaign in Australia, HTZ informed in a press release on Monday. 17.02.2020. | News
6.5% more tourists stay in commercial accommodation facilities in Dec 2019A total of 372,000 tourists were registered in commercial accommodation establishments in Croatia in December 2019, 6.5% more compared to December 2018, and they made 777,000 overnight stays, up by 5.9%, according to data published by the Croatian Bureau of Statistics (DSZ) last Monday. 16.02.2020. | News
€3.38m available for tourist infrastructure upgrade in 2020The Tourism Ministry has announced a call for the allocation of grants for the development of public tourist infrastructure in 2020, and the amount set aside for that purpose is 25 million kuna. 14.02.2020. | News