This year 708,000 people enjoyed in the natural beauty of Krka National Park, 7 percent more than last year. Tourists from Germany and Poland were followed by local Croatian tourists as Krka National Parks most faithful visitors, reported Tportal.
“I am extremely satisfied with the season. Individual tourists were number one, followed by those who visited via agencies,” said Katja Zupan, spokesperson for the National Park.
The Krka National Park, one of seven in Croatia, was formed to protect the Krka River and is intended primarily for scientific, cultural, educational, recreational, and tourism activities.