Croatian tourism expects a continued increase by foreign visitors
According to the Croatian news portal Croatia Week, National Tourist Board Director Kristjan Staničić mentioned the current tourism results and expectations for the season in the interview. He says that tourism will be stable this year and will reach around 60% of the record year of 2019 when more than 20 million tourists arrived in the country.
Croatia had over 2 million arrivals and over 11 million overnight stays in the first six months of this year, which is an increase of about 55 percent compared to the same period of 2020.
The country has relaxed travel restrictions for all third-country nationals, including citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Visitors who meet the conditions can enter Croatia and feel safe. Nowadays, the largest number of tourists in Croatia come from Germany, Slovenia and Austria, but there are also a number of Poles, Czechs, Hungarians and Slovaks.
The most popular resorts are Porec, Umag, Rovinj, Vir, Medulin and Mali Lošinj. Last weekend more than 500,000 tourists visited Croatia in one day.
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