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Advent in Zagreb Ends: Tourists Bring in €15 Million

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Advent in Zagreb

Advent in Zagreb has come to a close for another year, a year which set records in the capital…

Being named the ‘Best Christmas Markets in Europe’ by Best Destinations definitely helped Zagreb have what has been the best Advent on record. Ministry of Tourism statistics for December, which are now in, confirm that.

Advent ended on 10 January

Advent ended on 10 January

In December Zagreb welcomed 123,140 tourist overnight stays, and with an average spend of 123 euros per overnight stay, the month bought in over 15 million euros of tourism revenue, which is a record, reports daily Vecernji list.

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Stalls busy this year

A number of records were set in the month. In December there were 68,973 tourist arrivals to the capital, which is 22% more than last December. Overnight stays had also grown more than 20%. Italians were the number one visitors to Zagreb in December.

(photo/ZTB)

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