In 2017 Croatia welcomed a total of 18.5 million tourists, the most ever in a single year in the nation’s history, with Germans topping the list.
According to reports from Thomas Cook and TUI, International tour operators and travel agents are preparing for this year’s “Sunshine Saturday”, which is one of the busiest booking holidays.
Rabac is the site of the largest tourism project in Croatia. Valamar Riviera builds here two luxury resorts: Family Life Bellevue and Valamar Girandella.
Plans for a new international airport in Vrgorac in Dalmatian in Croatia are in wind according to news from Vrgorac. The new airport is reportedly in the early stages of investor planning for the area of Croatia in between Dubrovnik and Split, because of the suitability of the site.
According to the published unaudited business results in the first quarter of 2016 Valamar Riviera d.d. reported consolidated revenues in the amount of HRK 86.5 million, which is an increase of 58.1 million HRK or 204% compared to the same period last year.
If Paris has lost some of its shimmer for you, then how about giving one of the lesser known eastern European cities a whirl? Here’s a surprisingly entertaining and eventful seven you may not have thought of for your 2016 European getaway. Best of all, these unsung gems are some of the most cost effective city breaks you’ll find anywhere. Welcome to Eastern Europe.
In news from the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies (UHPA), a Croatian delegation, lead by the deputy tourism minister Robert Pauletić, has meet with key influential decision makers at the MITT fair in Moscow to discuss better cooperation in between the two countries. The Ministry of Tourism reported earlier this week on establishing a Croatian-Russian working team for tourism cooperation.
In Croatia tourism news, Pula Airport arrivals last month showed a sharp increase, the highest in 18 years according to the media there.
Four of Valamar’s hotels in Croatia have won prestigous World Travel Awards. The gala ceremony held in Athens this past weekend revealed the best and the brightest in Europe tourism.
Darko Lorencin, the Croatian Tourism Minister revealed this week Croatia is set to welcome more Russian tourists for 2014. Last year’s visa regime caused a drop in visitors from Russia of some 60%, a catastrophic drop for a country so dependent on tourism. This year Croatia intends to issue Russians visas for six months, the minister told RTL TV.
Croatia’s Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin met with the Deputy Director of the China Tourism Association, Wu Wenxue, in Beijing yesterday to discuss expanding tourism relations between the two counties.
With a focus on Croatian tourism in the now, Fast Market Research has released their latest detailed perspectus and comparative for industry insiders. Even despite the global economic crisis and prolonged eurozone debt, Croatia offers a unique opportunity for tourism and business.
According to the report preview, tourism represents a full 30.2% of Croatia’s employment cross section. This fact and limitation has
Minister Darko Lorencin predicts that Croatia will have a record year in tourism. In a statement made recently, he mentioned that hotels had an occupation rate that reached even 97% in some cases and, based on these impressive booking rates, the minister predicts a successful 2013 in tourism for the country. The Minister also mentioned […]
Croatian Culture Week opened up last Saturday, and is scheduled to run through this coming Sunday in Darmastadt, Germany. To mark the forthcoming entry by Croatia into the EU, the German city is previewing Croatia’s music and arts to the local German citizenry.
Despite assertions partner carriers would take up their slack in the even of a general strike, Croatia Airlines cancelled 22 flights on account of aircrew and pilots walking out. Today is the second day of a strike versus the airline over layoffs and pay cuts strikers say they cannot overcome.