The wildest night of the year in Dubrovnik will see around 6,000 foreign guests celebrate New Year’s Eve in Dubrovnik. According to estimates from the Dubrovnik Tourist Board the most numerous tourists will be from neighbouring countries, such as Bosnia and Herzegovina,, followed by guests from Germany and Austria.
As the city is connected with seven international destinations this winter, London, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Madrid, Rome, Barcelona and Warsaw the New Year’s celebrations on the Stradun could have an international feel.
According to unofficial information the hotels that are actually open in the city have recorded a 90 percent occupancy rate, whilst private accommodation is seeing a 70 percent occupancy rate.
The average apartment rate in private accommodation is around 70 Euros a night and the Old City and the neighbouring suburbs are the most likely to be full. Many of the hotels have organised a special party for the New Year celebrations with packages starting from around 130 Euros per person.