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Over 100,000 Tourists Set to Arrive Over Easter

HvarIt is the holiday weekend which traditionally kicks off the tourist season in Croatia, and according to bookings and reservations, more than 100,000 tourists are set to arrive in the country this Easter…

Hoteliers are satisfied with bookings thus far up and down the coast, with a number of large group bookings from Slovenia, Germany, Italy, Austria and France. Traditionally those holidaying over the Easter period arrive one week prior to Easter Sunday (20 April), with this year over 100,000 expected. Istria, on Croatia’s northern Adriatic coast, is again the most popular spot for holiday-makers choosing Croatia as their Easter destination with more than 20,000 expected to arrive, followed by Kvarner and Dalmatia, who can expect around 12,000 guests this Easter, with Split, Makarska and the islands of Hvar and Brač popular according to hoteliers. More than 500,000 tourists are expected to arrive in the month of April.

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