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In the first weekend of May, more than 157 thousand tourist overnight stays Croatia

Written by  May 03, 2021

41,400 tourists arrived in Croatia in the first weekend of May, and more than 157,000 overnight stays were achieved. According to the eVisitor system, which contains tourist traffic generated in commercial and non-commercial facilities and nautical charter (eCrew system), in Croatia during the first weekend in May, 41,400 arrivals and more than 157,000 overnight stays. Out of that, foreign tourists made up almost 23,000 arrivals and 112,000 overnight stays.

During the weekend, most tourist overnight stays were realized in Istria, Kvarner, Split-Dalmatia County and Zadar County, and looking at destinations, most overnight stays were realized in Rovinj, Zagreb, Poreč, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Mali Lošinj and Split. In terms of markets, during the weekend the largest number of overnight stays was realized by domestic guests, followed by guests from Slovenia, Poland and Germany, and in terms of type of accommodation most overnight stays were realized in hotels, camps and household facilities.

During the first four months of 2021, more than 2 million tourist overnight stays were realized in Croatia.

In the period from January to the end of April, there were 592,000 tourist arrivals and over 2 million overnight stays in Croatia. Most overnight stays were realized in Istria, Kvarner and Split-Dalmatia County, and looking at destinations in Zagreb, Rovinj, Split, Zadar, Poreč, Opatija and Dubrovnik. Most overnight stays were realized by tourists from Germany, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, the Czech Republic, Austria and the USA.

"Despite the still present pandemic circumstances, we have four successful months behind us with more than 2 million tourist nights. Croatia is recognized as a responsible and safe tourist destination, which is a confirmation of all the efforts we make creating optimal preconditions for tourists and our fellow citizens," stated the Minister of Tourism Nikolina Brnjac.

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