A reflection of how the 2015 tourism season is going for Croatia’s leading destination Dubrovnik can be seen in the stats of a key tourism measure – overnight stays. Overnight stays are used to measure the length of time a visitor spends in the country. One overnight stay is one night spent, and on Tuesday Dubrovnik passed it 2 millionth overnight stay for the year, five days earlier than in 2014.
From January to 10 August there have been 573,747 tourists staying in Dubrovnik, which is 9% more than last year. There have been 2,012,659 overnight stays, which is an increase of 7% from 2014.
The British are still the number tourists in Dubrovnik for volume, followed by tourists from USA, France, Germany, Croatia, Spain, Australia, Norway, Sweden and Finland.