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Croatia’s winter tourism improves with increase in November

Written by  Dec 07, 2017

According to the latest eVisitor data for the previous month, Croatia has recorded an increase in the number of arrivals and overnight stays again thus continued great this year’s tourist results.

eVisitor system, which contains tourist traffic realized in commercial and non-commercial facilities as well as in nautical charter (eCrew system), shows that 312,000 arrivals (+8%) and 891,000 overnight stays (+13%) were realized in Croatia in November. In addition, in the period from January to November 2017, these figures were 18,2 million in arrivals (+13%) and 101,2 million in overnight stays (+12%).

Out of the total number of arrivals and overnight stays in November, foreign tourists accounted for 9 percent in arrivals (198,000) and 3 percent in overnight stays (531,000). Domestic tourists also recorded an increase of 8 percent in arrivals and 32 percent in overnight stays.

The largest number of overnight stays was recorded in the city of Zagreb (148,000), followed by the Zadar County (137,000), the Kvarner region (129,000), Istria (115,000), the Split-Dalmatia County (86,000), the Dubrovnik-Neretva County (80,000), the Sibenik-Knin County (51,000) and the Lika-Senj County with 18,000 overnight stays. When it comes to the continental part of Croatia, the largest number of overnight stays was recorded in the Krapina-Zagorje County (23,000), the Osijek-Baranja County (17,000) and the Vukovar-Srijem County (15,000).

By the number of realized overnight stays, the most numerous guests in November were from Slovenia (76,000), Austria (55,000), Germany (51,000), Bosnia and Herzegovina (50,000) and Italy (35,000) as well as from Korea (26,000), the US (23,000) and Japan with 11,000 overnight stays.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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