According to current data from the eVisitor system, there are currently more than 6 tourists in Croatia, of which 866.000 are foreign tourists and 140.000 domestic tourists.
Most tourists currently stay in Istria (273.000), Split-Dalmatia (191.000) and Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (187.000). It is followed by Zadar County (168.000) and Šibenik-Knin County (77.000) and Dubrovnik-Neretva County (62.000). Most tourists are currently in Rovinj, Vir and Porec.
In terms of markets, the largest number of foreign tourists currently in Croatia come from Germany (203.000), Slovenia (140.000), Poland (86.000), Austria (75.000) and the Czech Republic (61.000).
"More than a million tourists are currently staying in Croatia, which is 220.000 more than at the same time last year. These figures are the best confirmation that all previous activities and preparations of the tourism sector for this year were of high quality and that our guests recognized it. We are still in the period with the largest influx of tourists in the year and I call on everyone to remain responsible, adhere to epidemiological measures and recommendations and thus protect ourselves and others.. ", said the ministers of tourism and sports Nikolina Brnjac.
Also, a new ECDC map is expected today, for which we all hope that the Adriatic will remain in orange. In the event that the Adriatic turns red, it will certainly immediately affect the reservations, but still, it should not be as drastic a situation as last year. The biggest problem will be if the states put the need for quarantine to return from Croatia, in case the Adriatic ends in the red.
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