Home » Latest » US Tour Operators Blown Away By Dubrovnik And Zagreb

US Tour Operators Blown Away By Dubrovnik And Zagreb

The popular southern Dalmatian tourist hotspot of Dubrovnik and the capital Zagreb are jewels in Croatia’s tourist offering crown says a group of US tour operators who have spent the last week in Croatia conducting a study on the country.

The group of 10 US tour operators visited Pula, Zadar, Trogir, Split as well as Dubrovnik and Zagreb where they were particularly impressed, saying that both cities had enormous tourism potential.

Most of the group had seen the stone-walled city of Dubrovnik in brochures, but said seeing it with their own eyes blew them away. They also predicted that once Zagreb’s new international airport was complete that the city will experience a tourist boom.

Share on:
0 / 5 (0 votes)

Related Posts

Island of Susak Celebrates 32nd Emigrants’ Day

The small Croatian island which only around 150 permanent residents is celebrating its biggest day today. On 30 July 2017 the usually sleepy island of Susak, situated in the Kvarner Bay, comes to life as it celebrates Emigrants’ Day – a tradition that has been going on in the last weekend of July over the...

Croatian Olive Oil Scoops 22 Awards in New York

Croatians have scooped 22 awards at the world’s largest and most important quality competition for extra virgin olive oils, held in New York City recently. Two Croatian olive oils were judged the overall winners in their categories, whilst another 20 olive oil producers picked up gold and silver medals at the New York International Olive...

Dubrovnik Church to Hold Mass in English During Tourist Season

Those looking for Sunday Mass in English during the tourist season are in luck in Dubrovnik. Mass will be held in English every Sunday at the Church of Saint Ignatius starting on Easter Sunday. The stunning Church of Saint Ignatius is located on Ruder Boskovic square, which is connected with Gundulic square by baroque stairs....

Where to Cool Down with a Lake Swim in Zagreb?

With temperatures expected to soar to 35°C next week, the Croatian capital can be a sticky place to be over the summer months. If you are in the capital and wishing you were on the coast to have a dip to cool down, there are options. This week ‘Blue Flags’, symbols of eco-responsibility, signifying clean...