According to data from the eVisitor system which contains tourist traffic realised in commercial and non-commercial facilities and in nautical charter (eCrew system), during the month of November nearly 380,000 arrivals and 955,000 overnight stays were recorded in Croatia, which compared to the same month last year represents a high increase of 20 percent in arrivals and 5 percent in overnight stays.
During November, most overnight stays were recorded in Zagreb (166,000 overnight stays) and in Istria (149,000 overnight stays). They are followed by Kvarner region with 132,000 overnight stays in November and Split-Dalmatia County with 120,000 realised overnight stays. Dubrovnik-Neretva County achieved 97,000 overnight stays, Zadar County 87,000 overnight stays, while Šibenik-Knin County recorded 35,000 overnight stays.
In continental areas, excluding Zagreb, most of overnight stays were recorded in Krapina-Zagorje County (27,000), Osijek-Baranja County (18,000), Vukovar-Syrmia County (14,000) and Međimurje and Varaždin counties with 13,000 overnight stays.
The top markets form which most of overnight stays were achieved in November include Slovenia, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Italy, Korea and the USA, while the top destinations which recorded most of overnight stays are Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Opatija, Split and Rovinj.