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Croatia second most sought-after holiday destination in AustriaCroatia is currently the second most sought-after holiday destination on the Austrian market, the Croatian Tourism Board (HTZ) said in a statement on Monday, citing booking figures for 2021 provided by TUI, one of the world's largest tourism and travel companies. 01.03.2021. | News
Croatia introducing "Safe Stay in Croatia" designation and protocols for touristsCroatia is introducing the national designation "Safe Stay in Croatia" or "Croatia, Your Safe Destination" indicating that its tourism and related sectors apply health and safety protocols because of the coronavirus outbreak, a presentation of the project was told on Thursday. 25.02.2021. | News
​Hospitality guild welcomes decision to open terraces, recommends bailout measuresThe hospitality and tourism guild in the Croatian Chamber of Crafts and Trades (HOK) on Thursday welcomed the announcement that bars with terraces will be allowed to reopen, but recommended a series of bailout measures because due to weather conditions, only some establishments will be able to work. 25.02.2021. | News
​Time for Croatian tourism to step into new development cycle say Horwath consultantsNow, when Croatian tourism is practically at a standstill because of the pandemic, it is the right time for a new development cycle focusing on new investments into high quality accommodation, greater engagement and repositioning of destinations, Horwath HTL told a press conference on Tuesday. 23.02.2021. | News
Five NW counties agree list of development projects worth HRK 10bnThe heads of five Croatian northwestern counties agreed a list of projects worth HRK 10 billion (€1.3bn) at a meeting in Bjelovar on Monday. The projects relate to transport infrastructure, education, health care, and tourism. The list was agreed ahead of the signing of a development agreement with the Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds. 22.02.2021. | News
​Pula boasts 12 marked hiking trailsThe City of Pula has recently presented a project of 12 marked hiking trails in that biggest Istrian city. The project was implemented in cooperation with the Istria County Institute of Public Health and is intended to promote healthy living styles. 21.02.2021. | News
​PM Plenković meets with representatives of Turkish Dogus GroupPrime Minister Andrej Plenković had a meeting on Friday with representatives of the Turkish Dogus Group on activities and investment plans of that group in Croatia and the need for further investments in new tourist products based on sustainable development, the government said. 19.02.2021. | News
Amendments to Tourism Services Act aligned with EU directivesThe government sent a bill of amendments to the Tourism Services Act to parliament on Thursday, which will make it possible for travellers to exchange their vouchers for travel that was cancelled after March 2020 for new arrangements or get a refund. 18.02.2021. | News
​Tourism investments waiting for market to recoverBesides drastically reducing tourism revenues and profitability, the pandemic has stopped or delayed most investments which are waiting for the sector to recover, and their total in 2020 and 2021 is estimated at HRK 9-10 billion, tourism consultant and analyst Sanja Čižmar has told Hina. 16.02.2021. | News
TUI UK announces return to Croatia from May with 15 air routesBritish touroperator TUI UK has announced its return to Croatia with 15 air routes from Great Britain to three Croatian coastal airports during the summer, Croatia's National Tourist Board (HTZ) said on Tuesday, citing the Croatian Aviation portal. 16.02.2021. | News