ZAGREB, Jan 22 (Croatia Sun News) – Croatia is a popular travel destination in Spain, and tourist trade might rise with the opening of the Croatian National Tourism Board (HTZ) office in Madrid this year and with the introduction of new air routes, Croatian Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli has stated.
The Bitanga family started their first restaurant, Amoret, in Dubrovnik’s historic Old Town in 1999. Situated across from the Dubrovnik Cathedral, under the management of its founder Tonći Bitanga and his children Ana and Petar, Amoret offered tourists a scenic place in the shade where they could enjoy a light meal and a cool drink in a classical Mediterranean atmosphere. In 2016, the family opened a second restaurant, Kopun, located in the peaceful Boskovic Square within the walls of the Old Town.
“Tourism is no longer the same as we saw up until three years ago. In Croatia, where quality has been improved in terms of the offer for tourists, there are no problems – and in Istria that is particularly evident,” Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli said after a meeting on Monday with authorities in Istria County.