The Croatian National Tourism Board’s promotional video ‘Ambassadors of Croatian Tourism’ has been nominated by ‘Travel Video Awards’ in the sub-category of ‘Best Video by a Tourism Organisation.’
As announced in numerous media in Sweden, amongst which Aftonbladet is one of the most read daily newspapers, Croatia is a hit destination for 2018 on the Swedish market.
The name Susan Bennett is not globally known, but her voice, or as she would say her alter ego – Siri is. We recognise the voice of Susan Bennett as Siri who addresses the world from the iPhone app, and this year we will also listen to her at the Days of Communication with the support of the Croatian National Tourist Board.
In Berlin today was the ceremonial opening of the world’s largest tourism fair ITB, where the Croatian National Tourist Board premiered its new stand which it will use until 2022.
According to the data of the eVisitor system, which contains the tourist traffic in commercial and non-commercial facilities and nautical charter (the eCrew system), in Croatia in the period from January to the end of February 443,000 arrivals (+12%) and 1.2 million overnight stays (+11%) were registered.
The restaurants Pelegrini (Šibenik) and 360º (Dubrovnik) have received one Michelin star, whilst the list of restaurants with a Michelin recommendation (with the symbol of a spoon and fork) has grown by 24 new restaurants.
Camp Čikat The Winner Of The Award Of The Largest German Association For The Promotion Of Camping Tourism
Camp Čikat enters the 2018 tourist season richer with a new acknowledgement. The ceremonial presentation of the award was held as part of the Reise & Camping Fair in Essen, Germany.
An Excellent Beginning To The 2018 Tourist Season: In January 20% More Arrivals And 17% More Overnight Stays
According to the data of the eVisitor system, which contains the tourist traffic from commercial and non-commercial facilities and nautical charter (the eCrew system), 217,000 arrivals (+20%) and 612,000 overnight stays (+17%) were made.
The Croatian national tourist information system eVisitor has won the third place and the award of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) for inventiveness in research and technology.
According to the data provided by the eVisitor system, which includes the tourist traffic recorded in commercial and non-commercial objects and in the boat charter sector (eCrew system) from January to the end of December of the tourist year 2017, 18.5 million arrivals were recorded (+13%) and 102 million overnight stays (+12%).