• Tourism ministry launches “Croatian islands – COVID-free zones” campaign

    The Tourism Ministry has launched the “Croatian islands – COVID-free zones” campaign and will soon publish on  the www.safestayincroatia.hr website information on the epidemiological situation on islands, which have a much lower COVID-19 incidence than the counties they are located in. “Croatia’s epidemiological map currently shows islands as part of their counties even though the coronavirus incidence on...
  • Croatia to extend current epidemiological restrictions

    The head of the national COVID response team, Interior Minister Davor Božinović, said on Thursday that the epidemiological measures in force until midnight tonight would be extended, underscoring that the restrictions would not be tightened at the national level, but as necessary from county to county. Speaking to the press after...
  • Payment of nautical tourist tax exclusively through the online portal

    Based on a new decision and agreement between the Croatian National Tourist Board and the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, payment of nautical tourist tax is now only possible and exclusively through the online portal nautika.evisitor.hr. Accordingly, boat owners can no longer purchase on the premises of port...
  • Croatia FIRST on the list of the 100 most popular destinations amongst Germans in 2021

    According to the research results of the of the world’s largest search engine for renting holiday homes HomeToGo, Croatia took first place on the German market in the list of top 100 most popular tourist destinations in 2021, said the Branch Manager of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Munich, Nera Miličić. “This year, more than...
  • Foreign visitor Covid-19 testing via ZTB Visitor Center on weekends

    Zagreb Tourist Board has enabled testing for all foreign visitors staying at least one night in the city via its Visitor Center at the address Trg bana Josipa Jelačića 11 (Jelačić Square). The testing will be organized only on weekends, holidays and non-working days for visitors leaving the destination...
  • The Mirror: Brits will soon be able to travel to Croatia

    Popular British newspaper, The Mirror, which boasts about 32 million readers a month, has published an article reporting that Croatia will be open to British tourists once the travel restrictions in the UK have been eased, said the director of the CNTB Representative office in the UK, Darija Reić. “The Brits are very...
  • Croatia records 140 thousand tourist overnight stays during Easter weekend

    According to the eVisitor system – which records tourist traffic generated in commercial and non-commercial facilities and nautical charter (eCrew system) – about 36,000 arrivals and about 140,000 overnight stays were recorded in Croatia during the Easter holidays, i.e., in the period from Friday, April 2 to Monday April...
  • Croatia is ready for and optimistic about the summer tourist season

    Croatia is ready for and optimistic about the summer tourist season, aware that it will depend to a large extent on the epidemiological situation, Tourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac told Slovenia’s STA news agency on Saturday. We are confident the epidemiological situation will improve in Croatia and our tourist markets,...
  • Andrea Bocelli performs a world-first concert at Hegra

    The world’s most beloved tenor, Maestro Andrea Bocelli, returns to AlUla on Thursday April 8th 2021 for a world-first performance at UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hegra. While tickets are limited, the full concert will be broadcast uninterrupted to GCC viewers on MBC 1 at 10 pm KSA time. The...