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Alps-Adria Working Community marks its 30th anniversary in Karlovac The 30th anniversary of the Working Community of the Alps-Adria Regions was celebrated at a special session of its group for tourism in Karlovac on Friday.
Croatian Assistant Tourism Minister Zelimir Kramaric said that the principles and goals of this community "are today lasting values of the united Europe".
The Working Community of the Alps-Adria Regions has 13 members in whose territory 26 million people live.23.12.2016. | Page
Croatian tourism to be advertised on BBC, CNN, Euronews, Eurosport this springCroatian tourism will be advertised on BBC World News and Euronews from mid-March to the end of May this year, after its promotion has been made on CNN and Eurosport for several years, the Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) said recently. The HTZ has earmarked HRK 1.75 million for advertising on BBC World News and Euronews each.23.12.2016. | Page
Sea water at Croatian beaches excellent for swimming The results of the first sea water quality tests undertaken this season show that the water at 1,144 beaches along the Croatian Adriatic coast is of excellent quality, bathing conditions are good at 16 beaches and satisfactory at nine beaches, Croatia's Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction, said on Tuesday. Testing was conducted from 1 to 29 May. The results are available on the ministry's website at The testing of sea bathing water quality is conducted throughout the summer season.
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Minister Bajs expects results of this year's tourist season to be as last year's or slightly lowerThe government commission coordinating and monitoring tourism-related activities in Croatia said on Saturday it expected the results of this year"s tourist season to be the same as last year"s or slightly lower. "We hope to achieve results that will be the same as last year"s or slightly lower, which, considering the present global economic situation, would be a success," Tourism Minister Damir Bajs said. Bajs also said that this year most tourists were staying in camps and in private accommodation, while the number of those staying in hotels was lower than last year.
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Croatian tourism minister and Chinese ambassador hold talks Chinese nationals with valid Schengen visas can travel to Croatia without any additional visas from 1 April to 31 October provided that their visits are organised in groups, Croatian Tourism Minister Damir Bajs said at a news conference in Zagreb on Tuesday after his meeting with Chinese Ambassador in Croatia, Lianqi Wu. Bajs recalled that the Croatian government had recently annulled visa requirements for Chinese visitors with valid Schengen visas who would like to tour Croatia from 1 April to 31 October 2010. The Croatian minister and the Chinese ambassador today discussed the importance of economic cooperation between their countries, notably in tourist trade.
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Three millionth passenger arrives at Zagreb airport

The three millionth passenger arrived at Zagreb's Franjo Tudjman airport on Tuesday and it is expected that by the end of the year, more than 3.1 million passengers will have arrived at the airport, which is 10% to 12% more than last year, Zagreb International Airport (MZLZ) Management Board President Jacques Feron said.

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