Good news from The Head Office of the Croatian National Tourist Board (CNTB) : They estimate that Croatia will close the 2007 tourism season with about 11.2 million guests, 56.2 million overnight stays and tou rism revenues in excess of 6.9 billion euros.
According to the Central Bureau of Statistics (Državni zavod za statistiku – DZS) Croatia registered during the first ten month this year 10.78 million tourist arrivals and 55.1 million tourist nights. Both figures, compared to the same period last year, show an increase by 7.4 and 5.5 percent.
“Things you didn’t know about Croatia ” is title of a short article in this morning’s Daily Mirror. It says few facts about Croatia, including some details that I am not aware of 😉
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Photo of Croatian National Tourist Board’s director Niko Bulic while giving a speach ”The way forward – our blue and
In the latest eddition of Travel Weekly magazine, in their World Travel Market coverage, under the title “Croatia to push ecotourism”, Jane Archer writes about presentation of Croatian Tourism at WTM:
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Croatian tourism services are currently being presented at one of the largest and most important world travel tourist industry event, the World Travel Market, which is being held in London between 12 and 15 November.
Read more » Croatia at WTM London 2
Staged annually in London under one roof, World Travel Market is a business to business exhibition that provides a unique opportunity for the whole global trade industry to meet, network, negotiate and conduct business. This year, Croatia will again be presented at this event at the Stand EM245.
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Over the the past year, the interest has increased of Japanese tourists for Croatia.
According to Croatian media, last week, the Croatian National Tourist Board (Hrvatska Turisticka Zajednica) adopted a work plan for 2008 and re-elected Niko Bulic to the post of Croatian Tourist Board’s Head Office director for a third consecutive term.
According to Croatian Central Bureau of Statistics, in August and the first eight months of 2007, Croatia recorded eight per cent more tourist arrivals and six per cent more nights than in 2006.