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MDC says summer stopped decline in museum visitor numbersA poll by the Zagreb-based Museum Documentation Centre (MDC) covering five Croatian museums which in recent years had the largest number of visitors shows that the two peak months of this tourist season have stopped a steep decline in the number of museum visitors caused by the coronavirus pandemic. 25.09.2021. | News
Lošinj hosting first int'l testing of eco-tourism product footprintSelect foreign experts, gathered around the international project InterregDestiMed Plus, are evaluating a new eco-tourism package tour and testing its sustainability on the northern Adriatic island of Lošinj, which is the first such international test in Croatia. 25.09.2021. | News
European Week of Sport kicks off in ZagrebThe European Week of Sport, initiated by the European Commission to promote sport and physical activity among citizens, began in downtown Zagreb on Thursday and will last until 30 September, nationally coordinated by the Tourism and Sport Ministry. 23.09.2021. | News
ETC president: Risk of tourism travel should be on individuals not countriesEuropean Travel Commission (ETC) president Luis Araujo said in Dubrovnik on Thursday that in the present pandemic conditions that are challenging to European tourism the risk of travel should be on the individual and not on countries. 23.09.2021. | News
Net loss of tourism, catering sector in 2020 HRK 3.4bn​The tourism and catering sector in Croatia grew in the period from 2004 to 2020 in almost all aspects, from income to the number of employees, but 2020 saw a decline due to the coronavirus pandemic, with businesses reporting a total net loss of HRK 3.4 billion. 23.09.2021. | News
Ryanair to operate 24 flights from Zagreb to European destinations in winterThe low-cost airline Ryanair will operate 24 flights between Zagreb and European destinations in 16 countries as part of its winter timetable, and in December its Zagreb base will introduce a third aircraft, expecting around one million passengers by summer 2022, CEO Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday. 21.09.2021. | News
Three Croatian municipalities nominated for UNWTO "Best Tourism Villages" awardThe municipalities of Kaštelir-Labinci, Motovun and Veliko Trojstvo are the Croatian nominees for the "Best Tourism Villages" award, launched in May this year by the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) as a pilot-project designed to promote the role of rural tourism. 19.09.2021. | News
Brnjac: 70% of 2019 tourism season achievedNikolina Brnjac said on Thursday that since the start of the year Croatia has generated 76 million tourist bed nights, which is 70% of the tourism turnover achieved in the same period in 2019, and so far there aren't any cancellations for the rest of September or post-season. 16.09.2021. | News
Ministry grants €2.07m to 307 travel agencies hit by coronavirus crisisThe Tourism and Sports Ministry has approved HRK 15.55 million in aid to help 307 travel agencies across Croatia hit by the coronavirus crisis to normalise their current operations. 15.09.2021. | News
Up to 50% cheaper holiday in October as "Croatian Tourism Month"This year October will be "Croatian Tourism Month", so Croatian and foreign tourists will be able to get a discount of up to 50% on their stay or tourist offer and services in the entire country, Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ) Director Kristjan Staničić told Hina. 13.09.2021. | News