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Zagreb’s Attraction Continues to Grow – Tourism Up 14% as South Koreans Lead the Way

ZagrbWhilst Croatia’s coast has always been the ‘go-to’ destination for tourists to the country, the rise in the popularity of the capital Zagreb continues…

According to data from the Zagreb Tourist Board, 76,845 tourists visited Zagreb in April, creating 127,585 overnight stays. Compared to April 2014, Zagreb saw 12% more tourists this April and 8% more overnight stays.

The capital’s popularity with the South Koreans continues as they made up the largest group of tourists to arrive in Zagreb last month. In second place behind the South Koreans were the Bulgarians, followed by Germans, Italians and Americans. In the first four months of 2014 Zagreb has welcomed 219,108 tourists, up 14% from the same period last year.

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