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Gorski Kotar's eco-system, tourism suffer due to climate changeClimate change has left a huge mark on the forests of the Gorski Kotar  mountain region in central Croatia, causing its tourism value to drop, experts say. 20.06.2021. | News
Croatia's tourism presented at BMT fair in NaplesThe Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) and its Italian office are promoting Croatia's tourism at the most important international fair of tourism professionals in southern Italy, the first to be held there in person since the start of the pandemic. 20.06.2021. | News
200 tourists from Bratislava, Vienna arrive in Split by trainAbout 200 tourists from Slovakia and Austria arrived in Split on Saturday by train on the Bratislava-Vienna-Split route and were welcomed by the state secretary at the Tourism Ministry, Tonči Glavina, who said the expectations of this tourist season were very optimistic. 19.06.2021. | News
Over 200,000 tourists currently staying in CroatiaSome 213,000 tourists are currently staying in Croatia, including 183,000 foreign and 30,000 domestic visitors, the Ministry of Tourism and Sport said on Friday, citing figures from the eVisitor registration system. 18.06.2021. | News
Brnjac and Bavarian minister for European affairs hold talksCroatia's Tourism and Sport Minister Nikolina Brnjac and the Bavarian State Minister for European and International Affairs, Melania Huml, on Tuesday held talks on Croatia's preparations for the tourist season and the "Stay Safe in Croatia" programme. 15.06.2021. | News
Croatia well prepared for tourist season - panelCroatia is well prepared for the tourist season, its epidemiological situation is currently good, and such good trends should be preserved so as to make sure that the results of this tourist season will be better than last year, heard a panel discussion organised by Vern University. 15.06.2021. | News
​Croatian tourism minister visits Bavaria to discuss tourism cooperationCroatian Tourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac met with Bavaria's Deputy Premier and Minister of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy, Hubert Aiwanger, in Munich on Monday to discuss ways of increasing cooperation in the tourism sector. 15.06.2021. | News
​68 foreign police to help Croatian colleagues during tourist seasonInterior Minister Davor Božinović on Monday formally opened the police office in Zadar for the team authorised to implement safety measures during the tourist season, and this summer operations centre has been set up in this Adriatic city for the fourth season in a row. 14.06.2021. | News
Google launches platform to help Croatia's tourism sectorGoogle has launched the "Travel Insights with Google" platform to support the recovery of the tourism sector in Croatia and help it adapt to the current search trends and trends in travel conditions, Google Adriatics said last Tuesday. 13.06.2021. | News
Bosnia and Herzegovina relaxes border regime to help tourism sectorThe government of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday relaxed its border regime after several protests were held by domestic tourism workers who believe that move is key to salvaging the tourist season. 12.06.2021. | News