Croatia's June foreign tourist arrivals up by 22.3% y/y.

By bne IntelliNews August 12, 2011
The number of foreign tourists in Croatia surged by 22.3% y/y to 1.42mn in June, the statistics office reported. The number of domestic tourists was up by 8% to 179,390, resulting in an overall 20.5% y/y rise in the total number of tourists to 1.6mn for the period. The total number of overnights surged by 21.3% to 7.8mn. The foreign overnights contributed the most for the increase, being up by 22.3% y/y to 7.2mn. The domestic overnights soared by 11% y/y to 631,520. The highest number of overnights were by visitors from Germany (19.1%), Austria (11.4%), Slovenia (10.9%) Italy (9.8%). In aggregate terms, the number of tourist arrivals increased by 10.3% y/y to 3.41mn in January-June, while the number of overnights rose by 10.4% to 13.1mn. The number of foreign tourists grew by 12.2% y/y to 2.74mn, while the number of domestic tourists inched up by 2.9% y/y to 670,742. The number of foreign overnights went up by 11.5% to 11.3mn, while the domestic overnights rose by 4% y/y to 1.81mn in the first six months of the year.

Croatia's June foreign tourist arrivals up by 22.3% y/y.

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