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Croatia News

Being a growing tourism market, increasingly popular with international travellers and holidaymakers, Croatia and in particular Dubrovnik are often visited by international celebrities. We bring you some of the important Croatia news and announcements from the earlier years, when Croatian tourism was still recovering and developing after independence war in the 90s. There are also updates on Croatian products and Croatia's sporting achievements.

  News about tourism, celebrities and products in Croatia
Tourism in Croatia


  Tourism in Croatia 2017
 • Tourism in Croatia 2013
 • Croatian Yacht Charter 2012
  Tourism in Croatia 2011
  Tourism in Croatia 2008

  Holiday World Show 2006
 • Tourism in Croatia 2005

Pula, Croatia


  Celebrities in Croatia - 2007
  Celebrities in Croatia - 2006
  Celebrities in Croatia - 2005

Maslenica bridge


  Zagreb-Split motorway completed
  Zagreb Airport modernisation plan

Flights to Croatia


  Ryanair Pula-Dublin new flights
  Ryanair Pula-London new flights
  EasyJet starts flying to Croatia
  Wizz Air commences flights to Croatia

Dubrovnik, Croatia

 HOTELS news

  Libertas Dubrovnik hotel rebuilding
  Hilton Imperial hotel opens in Dubrovnik



  Dalmatian Dried Fig Spread recognition
  Lowe Digitel wins advertising award
  Kutjevo Wines sold in the USA and China
  Jana spring water exported to the USA


 SPORT news

  Janica Kostelic Best Olympic skier
  Janica Kostelic Ski World Cup champion
  Croatia Tennis team wins Davis Cup
  Croatia World Handball Champions

Holidays in Croatia

In 2010 Croatia has achieved a record year, topping nearly 11 million visitors in 2010. Dubrovnik was the most visited city by the large cruise ships, with over 800 cruise ships passing through. Split is the second most visited city by cruises, with over 220 cruise ship visits in 2010. In November and December 2010 Dubrovnik experienced growing number of visitors in particularly coming from Turkey. Their numbers have gone up by 160% this year. Over 2 million tourists visited Croatia's National Parks in 2010, many of those from Japan.

These visitor numbers continue to rise every year. By 2020 it's expected that Croatia will be hosting around 16 million visitors annually. However, more focus is now being placed on attracting visitors who will stay longer and utilize more of available options. The idea is to slow down the number of visitors, while improving quality of available services and higher value accommodation.