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20% Foreign Tourist Growth in Zagreb in October

Summer tourism maybe over in Croatia for another year, but the tourists keep flocking to the capital Zagreb…

Zagreb's main square (pic: Marcela Sambol, Instagram)

Zagreb’s main square (pic: Marcela Sambol, Instagram)

The Croatian capital had 79,320 tourists visit in October, 18% more than in the same month last year. Overnight stays were also up 10% with 134,394 overnights recorded, the Zagreb Tourist Board announced on Friday. Foreign tourists made up 64,597 of the total number of arrivals in October, growth of 20% on the same month in 2012. Germans, followed by Japanese, Americans, Italians and Koreans were the largest foreign groups to visit Zagreb in October.

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