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7.5 Million Tourists in Croatia – 9% More than Last Year

makThere were 3,411,000 tourists in Croatia in July 2015, 11% more than July last year, that is according to official statistics from the Tourism Ministry presented on Friday…

Overnight stays, a key measure in the tourism industry, were also significantly up from last year with 22,828,000 overnight stays last month recorded in Croatia, which was 9% more than the same period last year.

Foreign tourists made up 3,159,000 of the total number of tourists in July, which was 11% more than last year, whilst local tourists grew by 8% from last year.

So far this year on the Adriatic coast and in Zagreb there have been 7,591,000 tourists, which is 9% more than last year. Overnight stays so far this year have totalled 40 million in Croatia, which is 7% more than in the first 7 months last year.

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