Minister Glavina held a meeting with the tourism sector on preparations for the main part of the tourist year

Today in Zagreb, the Minister of Tourism and Sports, Tonči Glavina, held a meeting with the tourism sector on preparations for the main part of the tourist year. Now...

Author  Goran Rihelj

28. May 2024.

Today in Zagreb, the Minister of Tourism and Sports, Tonči Glavina, held a meeting with the tourism sector on preparations for the main part of the tourist year.

The meeting was attended by representatives of professional associations, state institutions and companies related to activities in the tourism sector, director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić and members of the Tourist Council, as well as representatives of emergency services, the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service and firefighters.

"We talked with all stakeholders about the activities for the upcoming main part of the tourist year, and the emergency services also presented their activities, because they are an indispensable link in terms of the safety of Croatia as a tourist destination. We continue to build our tourism in the direction of sustainability and year-round offers, which is confirmed by the results of tourist traffic, which are 12% better in the current part of the year compared to the record year 2023." said Minister Glavina.

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Director of HTZ Staničić presented the current activities and emphasized that the state of demand on the tourist markets is very good for the main part of the tourist year and the pre-season and pointed out that HTZ will actively promote Croatia with partners at the European Football Championship in Germany and the Olympic Games in Paris.

"When we talk about the formation of prices, we continue to appeal to all stakeholders in the tourism sector to be maximally rational, taking care that the price follows the quality of the service. The government stood by Croatian tourism in all challenging moments and adopted a number of measures that enabled the continued functioning of the entire economy, including tourism," Glavina concluded.

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Author  Goran Rihelj

28. May 2024.