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Record breaking tourist results for Dubrovnik

05. June 2012. | 10:23

Source: Croatian Times

The city of Dubrovnik on Croatia's southern Adriatic coast has recorded record breaking tourist results for the first 5 months of the year.

The city of Dubrovnik on Croatia's southern Adriatic coast has recorded record breaking tourist results for the first 5 months of the year.

The Dubrovnik Tourist Board has released the official results for tourist arrivals and overnight stays so far this year, and they are significantly greater than last years, reports portal index.hr.

"In the period from January to June in the Dubrovnik area there were 157,214 arrivals and 493,167 overnight stays. It is important to add that in May alone there were 258,887 overnight stays, more than half the total number of overnigh stays for the first 5 months of the year," said director of Dubrovnik Tourist Board Nikolina Vicelic.

In comparison to last year, which was a record year, Dubrovnik had 12 per cent more arrivals, and 17 per cent more overnight stays. Dubrovnik hotels in May had 75 per cent capacity.


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