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Minister: Croatian tourism in 20-30 years should resemble Austria, only with a Mediterranean flair

Croatia’s Minister of Tourism Veljko Ostojic, speaking on Tuesday during a roundtable discussion about the state of the family and small hotel industry in Croatia and its position in the new strategy for the development of domestic tourism, says that they will play an important part in Croatia’s future.

“Croatian tourism in 20 or 30 years time should resemble that which is in Austria, only with a Mediterranean flair. In any case, the vision is that small family hotels and pensions will have an important role to play and the future of Croatian tourism is in these facilities,” said Ostojic in Karlovac.

“In the new strategy, the place of small family hotels is clearly defined. When I speak of Austria as a role model, I emphasize the fact that these are places that have on average 37 rooms. Hotels should not be divided into small and large, but the quality ones and those which are not, “said Ostojic.

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