Almost 600,000 overnight stays recorded in Croatia during Christmas and New Year holidays

From December 23, 2022 to January 8, 2023, there were more than 594,000 overnight stays in Croatia, which compared to the 2021/2022 represents a growth of 19 percent

Tourist nights in 2022 nearly as many as in 2019

In 2022, 18.9 million tourists visited Croatia, making 104.8 million overnight stays, a significant increase on 2021 and 96% of nights recorded in 2019

CNTB informing foreigners of switching to Euro and joining Schengen area

CNTB is conducting activities through social networks and online communication channels

Over 50 Italian journalists prepare Croatian delicacies in Milan

The representative office of the Croatian Tourist Board in Italy has organised a traditional Christmas get-together

Hvar included in the 50 best travel destinations

The report was published in the American edition of the famous travel magazine and portal TRAVEL + LEISURE

Croatia is the fifth most desirable destination in Europe

Dubrovnik was declared as the most desirable tourist city in Europe

Presentation of the Croatian tourist offer at the WTM fair in London

70 percent of Britons are interested in traveling in the next six months!

“Falling for Croatia” autumn campaign starts

A new promotional campaign will be carried out until the end of November on social networks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

Croatia and Dubrovnik in the Chinese edition of Lonely Planet

The special edition also contains a small urban guide about Dubrovnik

Croatia's tourist offer presented at Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas

Virtuoso is one of the leading international networks of travel agencies specialized in luxury travel and experiences