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Croatia Number 1 For Belgians

Belgian tourists have rated Croatia as the ideal destination for a summer holiday, according to results from a leading Belgium organisation specialising in product and market testing research.

 

Croatia scored 86 out of a possible 100 to take first place in the most favoured summer holiday destinations, ahead of more famous summer destinations, said the Croatian Tourist Board.

Beautiful landscape, untouched nature, clean sea and water and affordable prices attracted the Belgians the most to Croatia. It is not only the Belgians intrigued about the place, Croatia is in the top 8 holiday destinations for the European market. Spain, Italy, France, Austria, Germany, Greece, UK, and Croatia were the top 8 tourist destinations for Europeans.

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