British market important for Croatia’s tourist trade The Croatian tourism sector perceives the British market as strategically important and that market has been the seventh largest according to tourist turnover in Croatia, with great potential for further growth, Croatian National Tourism Board (HTZ) director Ratomir Ivicic said on Monday in …
Niko Bulic, Director of the Croatian National Tourist Board is giving a tour of Croatia stand at World Travel Market 2011. Have a look:
Read more » Croatian stand at World Travel Market 2011
The latest addition to our Photo Gallery of History of Tourism in Croatia is this image of the cover page of Sunny Adriatic – by car , a vintage travel broshure printed in 1966. It shows a bit of so called Jadranska Magistrala, the road that run along the Adriatic Sea …
Yesterday at Stand EM245 of World Travel Market – Croatian National Tourist Board : Croatian National Tourist Board
The Croatian National Tourist Board (Hrvatska turisti?ka zajednica – HTZ) will present awards to 43 foreign journalists for their reports on Croatia and for their contribution to the promotion of Croatia’s tourist trade. The award-giving ceremony will be held in Dubrovnik on Friday.
The biggest European auto club, Germany’s ADAC, has published the results of a survey of car renting in the most popular Mediterranean destinations among German tourists, with Croatian car rental providers showing the best score.
In today’s Guardian article ‘Europe (without the euro)’, Croatia was featured as one of European ‘fantastic destination’ out of the eurozone.
Read more » Croatia in Europe (without the euro)
Croatia is among top three tourist destination outside the European Union for EU residents this year,
According to figures from Croatia Tourist Board, in 2008, National parks in Croatia were visited by more than 2 million visitors, from which there were 1.7 million foreigners.
Read more » Statistics for National Parks in Croatia
Croatia is choosen by Mirror.co.uk as one of the hottest and coolest holiday destinations in 2009. This is an extract from the yesterday’s article: