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Primorje-Gorski Kotar County sees increase in tourist arrivals, overnight staysIn 2017, Primorje-Gorski Kotar County saw 2.9 million visitors, an increase of 8% from 2016, and 18.5 million overnight stays, an increase of 9%, the Kvarner Tourism Board has said. 08.01.2018. | News
In 2017 Opatija records best tourism results since 1991A total of 403,373 tourists visited the northern Adriatic resort of Opatija in 2017, generating 1.12 million nights, which was a 2% increase in arrivals and a 5% increase in nights in comparison with 2016 and the best results achieved since Croatia gained independence in 1991, the town's tourist board has said. 07.01.2018. | News
2017 - record tourist season for Dubrovnik​The coastal resort of Dubrovnik in 2017 saw 1.18 million tourist arrivals, 17% more than in 2016, and 4.21 million overnight stays, an increase of 13%, which is a record result, the local tourism office said. Of the 1.18 million arrivals, 1.12 million were foreign and 56,000 domestic arrivals, while 36,000 were visits by boaters. 02.01.2018. | News
Hvar to celebrate 150 years of tourism, like nothing seen beforeThe city of Hvar will dedicate all of 2018 to celebrating 150 years of organised tourism in that city on this southern Adriatic island with the expectation that that will contribute to the continuation of investment and tourism trends recorded this year when 197,000 tourists were recorded to have visited the city by  the end of October, which is 15% more on the year. 01.01.2018. | News
Bright prospects for Croatian tourism in 2018Croatia's tourism expects a 5% rise in turnover in 2018 and also more investments whereby 15,000 more people can be employed in this sector compared to 2017. The outgoing year with the estimated revenues of 11.5 billion euros, of which 10 billion whave been made by foreign guests, which was EUR 1.5 billion more than in 2016, will be remembered for those records. 30.12.2017. | News
Current account surplus in Q3 up 16% y-o-yIn the third quarter of 2017, Croatia had a current account surplus of EUR 3.87 billion, up 16.3% on the year, owing to, despite a bigger trade deficit, positive trends in services, notably tourism, which generated nearly EUR 6 billion, the central bank said on Friday 29.12.2017. | News
Croatian National Tourist Board marks 25th anniversary of its establishmentThe Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) on Monday held a ceremony celebrating the 25th anniversary of the establishment of this national organisation whose main task is to enhance Croatia's tourist trade, and addressing the ceremony, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said that the HTZ had done much in promoting Croatia's tourism worldwide and in branding the country as a desirable destination. 19.12.2017. | News
Sunflowers of Rural Tourism awarded to 50 farm and tourism projectsA Croatian association of tourism and rural development on Tuesday celebrated 20 years of existence and of the annual Sunflower of Rural Tourism award to the best rural tourism businesses and rural tourism and development projects. The celebrations in Zagreb were attended by stakeholders from throughout the country. 19.12.2017. | News
Ministers give Mali Losinj former military barracks, money to renovate luggerState Assets Minister Goran Maric and Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli on Monday signed a grant agreement for a project to renovate Losinj luggers and presented the town of Mali Losinj on Losinj island with a decision gifting a former military barracks to the town. 18.12.2017. | News
Number of foreign cruise ships visiting Croatia down 16.3%A total of 644 foreign cruise ships visited Croatia in the first ten months of 2017, down 16.3 percent compared with the same period in 2016, carrying 892,200 passengers or nearly 13 percent fewer than last year, figures from the National Bureau of Statistics show. 18.12.2017. | News