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Croatia Being Promoted As Number One Destination In 2013 By Major Tour Operators

“Croatia – New Star of the Mediterranean”, “Discovery of the Mediterranean”, “Continental Hit-Destination in Europe”, are just some of the titles gracing the covers of catalogues of some of the largest tour operators in the world as Croatia is increasingly positioned ahead of all other Mediterranean destinations.

Mega Agencies such as TUI, Neckermann and Thomas Cook have singled out Croatia to promote for 2013 and experts say that the number of German tourist next summer in Croatia could even hit the magical 2 million mark.

British tour operator Thomas Cook even dedicated a 246 page catalogue just to Croatia and Italy. Prestigious German Agency ADAC in their latest catalogue have promoted Croatia ahead of France and Spain.

Flights into Croatia from all over Europe have also been beefed up in anticipation of the expected increase in arrivals next summer. Recently air companies such as British Airways, EasyJet, RyanAir, Monarch and Finnair all announced increased services into Croatia.

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