ZAGREB, 4 JUNE 2020 – According to the data collected by the e-Visitor, there are currently 33,000 tourists in Croatia. This is three times more than there were two weeks ago.
This is a considerable drop from last year when on 1 June 2019, there were 315,000 guests registered by the e-Visitor system.
Most of the foreign visitors have come from Germany, Slovenia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Czech Republic with the most popular destination the island of Vir.
According to eVisitor data, a total of 49,566 overnight stays were recorded in Vir in May, compared to 57,208 last year, and 2,877 tourist arrivals, compared to 2,909 in 2019.
Croats made up 37,252 overnight stays (75.1 percent) with an increase of 26.9 percent, and foreign guests 12,314 (24.9 percent) with a drop of 55.8 percent. Although they are not even at 50 percent of last year’s figures in overnight stays, the Slovenes still had by far the most, a decent 6,716 overnight stays, while the Germans realised 3,182 overnight stays. All other figures were in the hundreds, mostly Hungarians with 623 overnight stays and Austrians 502, Morski.hr writes.
After Vir, the most popular places in the country currently for tourists were Rovinj, Medulin, Mali Lošinj, and Krk.