Looking at the destinations, most overnight stays so far in July were realized in the destinations Vir, Rovinj, Medulin, Mali Lošinj, Poreč, Umag, Crikvenica and others. Photo: Municipality of Vir In the commercial and non-commercial segment (eVisitor) and in the nautical charter (eCrew system), for the first time this year, more than more people are staying in Croatian destinations this year. 500.000 tourists of which about 430.000 are foreigners. At the moment, most foreign guests come from the market Germany, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. “We realize the largest tourist turnover from those markets where we carry out intensive promotional activities aimed at positioning our country as an interesting, but above all safe tourist destination. The achieved results prove that we succeeded in that because Croatia is one of the few tourist destinations in the Mediterranean where tourist traffic is realized. We expect guests from distant non-European markets, but also from the UK, France or Scandinavia during mid-July with an increase in the number of airlines that will positively affect the overall traffic in the country, especially the results of destinations in central and southern Dalmatia. stated the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić, emphasizing that responsible behavior and adherence to all prescribed epidemiological measures are still extremely important. The beginning of July for Croatian tourism, given the corona crisis, and according to the results of the Croatian Tourist Board, was quite successful. In the period from 1 to 10 July in Croatia it has been achieved almost 600 thousand arrivals (46% of results achieved during the same period last year) i 4,4 million overnight stays (53% of the results achieved during the same period last year). Looking at overnight stays realized in the same period by counties, most of them were realized in Istria (1,2 million overnight stays), Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (975.000) and Zadar County (819.000 overnight stays). They are followed by the Split-Dalmatia County with 706.000 overnight stays, the Šibenik-Knin County with 321.000, the Dubrovnik-Neretva County with 188.000 overnight stays and the Lika-Senj County with 167.000 overnight stays in July.
Month: November 2020
This autumn campaign promotes natural beauty, culture, nautical and eno-gastronomy, and will be implemented until the second half of November through thematic articles on online portals, print ads and advertising on social networks with the label #DiscoverTheColoursOfCroatia. – Although the current epidemiological situation in Europe, as well as the current restrictions for travel that vary from country to country do not allow greater realization of tourist traffic, in this part of the year it is very important to maintain Croatia’s visibility in our most important European markets. It is with this goal that we launched this campaign in which we want to further position our country as a safe destination with a rich, quality and attractive offer in the post-season period. Our goal is for Croatia to be positioned in the minds of many as a destination that guarantees safety and quality vacation with numerous activities and facilities, pointed out the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić. Staničić: The goal is to maintain Croatia’s visibility in key European markets According to the CNTB, the campaign is also being implemented through print advertising, and cooperation with travel platforms has been launched. Lonely planet i National Geographic through whose channels all tourist products involved in the autumn campaign will be promoted. The Croatian National Tourist Board has launched a new promotional campaign “Discover The Colors of Croatia” na 7 European markets, ie in the markets Germany, Austria, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy and the United Kingdom. Campaign activities “Discover The Colors Of Croatiawill be conducted through the social networks Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, through the placement of articles on the most read and most famous portals in certain markets such as oe24.at, DerStandard.at and Krone.at in Austria, gazeta.pl in Poland and novinky.cz in the Czech Republic, as well as on specialized portals MarcoPolo.de and Holidaycheck.de in Germany, within which special HUBs, ie micro-websites with content dedicated exclusively to Croatia, have been created, according to the CNTB.