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This year the number of guests from Serbia spending their summer vacationing in Croatia is 60 percent higher than last year in the same period, and even by a fifth compared to the record in 2019, writes Večernji list.

In previous years, Serbian tourists were mostly interested in Istria and Kvarner. This year, however, Dalmatia was also the favourite destination.

Zagreb newspaper writes that the increased number of tourists from Serbia vacationing in Croatia is due to the activities of the Croatian Tourist Board.

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