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Thousands Of Croats Off To Belgrade To Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Thousands of Croatian partygoers will head to the Serbian capital Belgrade to welcome in the New Year.

Tour operators say that the reputation of Belgrade as Europe’s party capital, has seen a new trend slowly develop amongst Croatia’s youth, as demand steadily rises each year.

“More than 15,000 tourists will see in the New Year’s in Belgrade, with the most guests coming from Croatia, and Slovenia,” said Dejan Veselinov from the Belgrade Tourist Organisation to Hina.

“We are delighted to have guests from the region, and especially the youth from Croatia and Slovenia, Belgrade is recognised as a city with an open heart and great fun. We worked hard to make New Year’s Eve in Belgrade this year richer and more varied, so the programme will start Friday and will last all weekend,” said Veselinov.

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