Articles tagged “dubrovnik”

Tourism-Dependent Croatia Eagerly Awaits the Euro

Tourism-Dependent Croatia Eagerly Awaits the Euro

Andrea Dudik and Jasmina Kuzmanovic, Bloomberg

There's little doubt that Croatia's tourism economy stands to gain when the EU member state country finally enters the eurozone, but that doesn't allay fears that the cost of living for local people could spike.

2 months ago

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American Airlines Launches Nine New Seasonal Routes to Europe

American Airlines Launches Nine New Seasonal Routes to Europe

American Airlines + Skift

American Airlines is once again expanding its seasonal service to traditionally less-trafficked destinations in Europe where tourism growth is reaching new highs.

3 months ago

Overtourism Countermeasures Include Limits on Cruise Ships and Short-Term Rentals

Overtourism Countermeasures Include Limits on Cruise Ships and Short-Term Rentals

Patrick Whyte, Skift

We've been talking about overtourism for a while now and it's good to see cities getting more creative when it comes to managing numbers. Visitors are going to keep coming to the likes of Barcelona, Dubrovnik, and Amsterdam, and therefore these places are going to have to get smarter about managing the flow of people, whether they already live there or not.

1 year ago

Tourism and Movies Collide Again in Dubrovnik as ‘Star Wars’ Comes to Town

Tourism and Movies Collide Again in Dubrovnik as ‘Star Wars’ Comes to Town

James M. Gomez and Jasmina Kuzmanovic, Bloomberg

Everyone comes for the old city, but development restrictions need to be loosened so that the city does not turn into a set that only tourists and film crews love.

3 years ago