The Croatian National Tourist Board has organised the second sequel to the well-received promotional campaign “Visit Slavonia, Share Slavonia”.
The Croatian National Tourist Board invites Yuri Cortez, a Chief Photographer of Agence France-Press (AFP), to visit Croatia.
Instagram račun Hrvatske turističke zajednice ovih je dana ostvario više od milijun oznaka #CroatiaFullOfLife koja je odlično prihvaćena na ključnim emitivnim tržištima, ali i među brojnim fanovima svih dobnih skupina.
World Tourism Day, which is marked every year on 27 September, this year is dedicated to the theme of ‘Tourism and Digital Transformation’ which plans to raise awareness of the importance of digital technologies in the development of tourism.
So far in present part of the tourist year Croatia has noted a 6 percent increase in arrivals and overnight stays
According to the data of the eVisitor system, which contains the tourist traffic registered in commercial and non-commercial premises and nautical charter (the eCrew system), in the period from January to the end of July 11.1 million arrivals (+6%) and 56.3 million overnight stays (+6%) were registered in Croatia.
According to the choice of the specialised portal for cruising ‘Cruise Critic’, Dubrovnik has been declared the best cruising destination in the Eastern Mediterranean category for the second year in a row.
The travel search engine Skyscanner.it in the week of the final of the football World Cup tournament analysed the results of the search of flights from Italy to the countries that played in the finals of this year’s championship - Croatia, France, Belgium and England.
Europe’s leading airline easyJet has dedicated its July in-flight magazine exclusively to one country - Croatia.
The CNTB invites the photographer who became part of the national team’s goal celebration for a vacation in Croatia
The Croatian National Tourist Board contacted Yuri Cortez who found himself in between celebrating and cheering Croatian football players.
The third ‘Epic Week in Croatia’ campaign included a competition in which potential tourists were able, via the campaign’s website, to create their ideal holiday.