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​HTZ director: Croatia's tourism trends positive on most marketsCroatia's tourism trends are still positive on most foreign markets, with good forecasts for July, August and September, but tourist turnover will depend on the epidemiological situation and adherence to the measures, the Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) director said on Monday. 19.07.2021. | News
Fortitude Karlovac theme route launchedA tourist theme route focusing on historical fortifications has been launched in the Croatian city of Karlovac. 18.07.2021. | News
Rural tourism association calls for solidarity, responsibility for better off-seasonThe Croatian rural tourism association (URTH) said on Saturday that the latest developments concerning the spread of coronavirus and irresponsible behaviour of individuals could cause a new lockdown in the autumn and thus undermine the tourist industry in the interior of Croatia this autumn. 17.07.2021. | News
Rural destinations see rise in visits thanks to national tourist board campaignMany rural destinations covered by the Croatian Tourist Board's (HTZ) "Experience local. Explore rural Croatia!" campaign have recorded more visitors this year, for example Papuk Nature Park, 48% more than in the record tourist year 2019, the HTZ has said. 17.07.2021. | News
Iron Age Danube Route presentedThe Iron Age Danube Route was formally presented in the archaeological park Necropolis under the Tumuli in the northern town of Goričan earlier this week as the first Council of Europe certified cultural route originating in Croatia. 11.07.2021. | News
Minister calls for redoubling efforts to maintain good epidemiological situationTourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac held a meeting with local tourist authorities in the City of Dubrovnik on Friday afternoon and on that occasion she urged all the stakeholders in the tourism sector to keep complying with anti-epidemic rules and thus help maintain a good epidemiological situation. 10.07.2021. | News
Pupils from quake-hit region provided with free holidays on Adriatic coastAll the 12 hotel companies within the Croatian Tourism Association (HUT), in cooperation with four ministries, have decided to provide free holidays on the coast for over 1,000 students and teachers from 13 schools in the quake-hit Sisak-Moslavina County's areas. 05.07.2021. | News
Minister, HUT director push for vaccinationLet's wait for Labour Minister Josip Aladrović's proposal for job-retention subsidies, Tourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac said on Monday, adding that Croatia's main goal was to have a better tourist season than last year and to distinguish between those responsible and those irresponsible. 05.07.2021. | News
Delta Air Lines plane from New York lands in DubrovnikA Delta Air Lines plane with 226 passengers, flying directly from New York, landed at Dubrovnik Airport on Saturday. 03.07.2021. | News
About 120 tourists arrive in Split from Budapest by trainAbout 120 tourists arrived in Split from Budapest on Saturday on board a train that will be operating on this route three times a week until 11 September.  03.07.2021. | News