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Dubrovnik Tourism Up 32% in November 2016

Dubrovnik (photo/Ivan Ivankovic)

Dubrovnik (photo credit: Ivan Ivankovic)

With an abundance of sunshine, stunning islands and beaches, Croatia has no problem in attracting large number of tourists over the summer months. But is its most recognisable destination – Dubrovnik – turning into an all year round destination?

According to the latest statistics it could well be. November saw a record number of tourists visit the famous stone-walled city in southern Dalmatia.

According to E-visitor 21,632 tourists visited Dubrovnik in November 2016, which is 32% more tourists than in the same month in 2015. Overnight stays, a key measure in tourism, were also up 27% with 50,842 recorded.

In November it was tourists from Croatia, Albania, USA, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Korea, Japan Taiwan, United Kingdom, Germany and Slovenia who made up the majority of 21,632 arrivals.

Dubrovnik attracting more people outside of the summer season (photo credit; Twang_Dunga under Creative Commons license)

Dubrovnik attracting more people outside of the summer season (photo credit; Twang_Dunga under Creative Commons license)

Dubrovnik is becoming an attractive destination outside the summer months, confirmed by the fact that all year direct flight connections from Frankfurt, Istanbul and London have been established and strengthened.

From 1 January to 30 November 2016 Dubrovnik recorded 1,017,756 arrivals (including nautical tourism numbers), which was 12% more than in the same period last year. Overnight stays (3.6 million) were up 13% from 2015.

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The most tourists in 2016 in Dubrovnik came from the UK, followed by Germany, USA, France, Croatia, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Australia and Italy.

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