The Croatian National Tourist Board has launched a new promotional campaign – entitled ‘Thank you’ - on social networks including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Croatia, Ecuador and Ghana have become the latest destinations to be awarded a global safety stamp by the World Travel & Tourism Council.
Croatia welcomed over 600,000 international visitors in the first ten days of July, around half the figure seen during the same period last year. In numbers likely to create a measure of confidence in the sector, 4.4 million overnight stays were registered from July 1st-10th.
With Croatia poised to take up the presidency of the European Union in early 2020, it is an exiting time for tourism in the country. Here Breaking Travel News chats with Martina Bienenfeld, chief executive of the Zagreb Tourist Board, about how the destination plans to seize the opportunities offered.
The Croatian National Tourist Board has announced a six per cent increase in visitor arrivals for the first half of the year. June itself saw a ten percent increase in arrivals and an eight percent increase in overnight stays when compared to June 2018.
British Airways is set to raise anchor and take off for the Croatian city of Split – in time for the annual yacht week adventure. It’s the first time flights to Croatia have operated from London City Airport and British Airways will fly three flights a week through the peak summer months to September.
The Croatian National Tourist Board has appointed public relations consultancy Hills Balfour to manage its PR, social media and online communication strategies across Europe.
The hotel, which joins Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik in the brand’s European portfolio, is situated in the heart of Croatia’s capital, near the city’s main rail station and the upcoming Branimir Centar shopping mall.
Matko Maric, hotel manager of the Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel, tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have been recognised as Croatia’s Leading Hotel by the World Travel Awards.
Korean Air will expand its network to Europe with the launch of a direct scheduled service between Seoul, South Korea and Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.
The five-star Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is to re-open its doors on the April 15th after a major refurbishment of its interiors. Originally opened in 1897 and located on the doorstep of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, the hotel that revolutionised contemporary hospitality in Croatia has been restored to its former glory.