The opening borders have aroused optimism in our tourism workers. The people of Dubrovnik have not given up since the season, although in the first 6 months of this year they had as many as 82 percent fewer tourists than in the same period last year.
There are few new reservations so far. While bookings for May and June have been cancelled, part of July bookings are still pending. Tourists are waiting for the situation to unfold. Since the beginning of the year, Dubrovnik has recorded 82% fewer tourist arrivals. This was to be expected given the situation in the world.
Dubrovnik is primarily an air destination, and Dubrovnik's first plane landed on Monday, after a month-and-a-half break. Dubrovnik is now connected with Zagreb and Frankfurt, so tourists can come. But this is incomparable with previous years when Dubrovnik was connected to the whole world at this time. A portion of local hoteliers have turned towards domestic tourists.
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