Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Croatia's 2018 Peak Season: Requiem For A Tourism Boom

August 28,2018 — Croatia’s 2018 summer promised new records for its vital tourism industry. Hands were rubbed raw in anticipation. Much was spent, in terms of currency and energy.

Yet an unprecedented explosion of interest coupled with investment didn’t provide the expected boost during the very peak of the tourist season.

Perhaps a look back can offer some persepctive.

Thursday, 16 August 2018

Huge Growth Meets its End, Growth in July and August Matches 2017

Tourism experts claim Croatia's massive growth boom was simply not normal, nor was it something that should have been expected this year.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Could Croatia's Tourism Stagnation Be Good News?

If this year does indeed turn out to be the year of tourism stagnation, it might just speed up the processes that can bring about sustainability and a new growth model to Croatian tourism. Every tourist destination has its own limitations, especially if it doesn't work on its own  transformation in terms of infrastructure, content, and mode of promotion.

Monday, 6 August 2018

No Tourism Growth in July? Competent Ministry Isn't Concerned

Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli has stated that the main desire is to further stimulate the growth of tourist traffic outside of the summer months through further projects, which will ultimately contribute to increased revenues.

Sunday, 5 August 2018

Travel Agency Income Has Increased By 54 Percent Since 2010

Good news for domestic travel agencies!

Sunday, 5 August 2018

A Look At Population Growth During Tourist Season

The real figures are even higher if non-commercial accommodation facilities are accounted for, and this year there are nearly half a million beds in 102,000 such facilities.

Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Will Lika Find A Place On The Tourism Map? Maybe!

Is it time for the stunning but overlooked region of Lika to get a slice of Croatia's tourism cake?

Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Increase in Tourism for Zagreb County in 2018's First Six Months

Wine roads, bike routes, numerous events and a rich gastronomical offer, coupled with the immediate vicinity of the City of Zagreb and the opening of several new hotels have transformed Zagreb County into a year-round destination. A 34 percent increase in tourism confirms that fact.

Sunday, 22 July 2018

Poreč's New Park Resort Can Accept More Than 1,000 Guests

Plava Laguna (Blue Lagoon) recently opened a new complex in the popular Istrian town of Poreč, marking the company's biggest investment so far, worth a massive 35 million euro.

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