trivago research: Find out which are the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia

first_imgDespite the sentence from the popular series, filmed in Dubrovnik, “Game of Thrones” – “Winter is coming”, summer has definitely come before, and www.trivago.hr  brings you which are the most sought after Croatian destinations this summer.By the way, trivago is the world’s largest meta-search engine for hotel accommodation prices, which compares prices of over a million hotels with more than 200 booking pages, and trivago integrates more than 175 million ratings and more than 19 million images to make it easier to find the ideal hotel. 1,4 billion users a year find their ideal hotel using main menu filters. Accordingly, the obtained data on the most sought-after tourist destinations in Croatia are certainly relevant and important for understanding the demand of tourists.By comparing data for the period from May 15 to June 30, for the required travel period from July 1 to August 31, we found out for how long foreign and domestic guests are looking for accommodation, and for which destinations they are most interested. ”We have carefully analyzed the requested destinations and the average required length of vacation in the most interesting markets such as: Austria, Germany, Croatia, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and the United Kingdom. stand out from the anxiety.The data we obtained with 55 international trivago platforms showed that the most sought after cities are: Dubrovnik, Split, Poreč, Rovinj and Makarska.In the top 5, in as many as five different markets, he found himself Istrian Porec. They follow him Dubrovnik i Makarska, who were in the top 5 each four times. The Germans i Poles most often asked for longer stay in our tourist centers. For shorter trips, the highest demand comes from guests from Great Britain, so the average Briton is looking for accommodation on Hvar for an average length of stay of only 4 days.The comparison of the most sought-after destinations in relation to different markets is shown in the table:last_img