The Croatian Government opened a hotline for those interested in donating money through the state budget to help victims of the Covid-19 infection in "Croatia Against Coronavirus" campaign.
The restaurants Boškinac (Novalja) and LD Terrace (Korčula) were awarded one MICHELIN star, while the restaurants Pelegrini (Šibenik), 360º (Dubrovnik), Monte (Rovinj), Noel (Zagreb) and Draga di Lovrana (Lovran) retained their stars.
The national team participated in two most prestigious categories of the competition: "Restaurant of the Nations,” where they won a bronze medal by preparing a 3-course festive menu in 6 hours for 110 people, and "Chefs Table", where they prepared a 7-course meal for 12 people in 5 hours and won a diploma.
The main goal of the brand campaign is to further increase Croatia's recognition as an attractive tourist destination with a rich offer, which is why this campaign is focusing on the most recognizable Croatian tourism products such as sun and sea, wine and gastronomy, active tourism, nautical tourism, and culture.
On the Travel Lemming website, Rovinj was voted among the top 30 fastest growing world destinations worth visiting.
Sveti Martin na Muri is the new national European Destination of Excellence (EDEN) in the field of wellness and wellbeing tourism.
According to the first available data from the eVisitor system, Croatia has registered 20,013,805 arrivals, which for the first time exceeded the number of 20 million tourist arrivals in a single year.
According to the results of Virtuoso, Croatia is among the top 5 world destinations for the year 2020 in as many as three categories!
According to data from the eVisitor system which shows the generated traffic in commercial and non-commercial facilities and nautical charter service (eCrew system), from January through the end of August 16.5 million arrivals were recorded (+ 5 percent) and 90.1 million overnight stays (+ 2 percent) in Croatia.
For the third year in a row, the Croatian National Tourist Board has been implementing the project “Croatia, Full of Islands to Discover”, which aims at promoting nautical tourism as a tourist product, i.e. positioning Croatia as an attractive and high-quality nautical destination.