That Croatia is a hit tourist destination on the Hungarian market is confirmed by the tourist turnover realized so far this year, which exceeds the total arrivals and overnight stays throughout 2017.Namely, according to the eVisitor system, slightly more than 572.000 arrivals and 3 million overnight stays were made from the Hungarian market last year, while in the previous part of the tourist year about 595.000 arrivals and 3,1 million overnight stays were realized, which is an 8 percent increase in arrivals and 6 percent in overnight stays compared to the same period last year. “The current trends in tourist traffic show that the majority of tourist traffic from the Hungarian market is realized in the individual segment, while a smaller part refers to organized travel, which confirms the thesis that Hungarians know Croatian destinations and regions very well. The most arrivals and overnight stays of Hungarian tourists were made in Crikvenica, Vir, Rovinj, Opatija, Medulin, Rab, Zadar, Lopar, Poreč, Zagreb and Vodice. Of accommodation, they prefer family accommodation, which accounts for about 50 percent of total traffic, while about 23 percent of total arrivals are realized in hotels.”, Said Ivana Herceg, the new director of the CNTB Representation in Hungary, announcing a business workshop for Croatian and Hungarian entities that will be held on October 15 at the Academy of Sciences in Budapest. Hungarians point out safety, good motorway connections and proximity as a great advantage of Croatia, so one of the main goals of this workshop is to increase the number of arrivals and overnight stays in the pre- and post-season and increase cooperation in the continental part of Croatia.That Croatian continental destinations are popular among Hungarian tourists is also shown by a special promotional project of the city of Karlovac, which was recently presented to the citizens of Budapest. In addition to the occasional cultural program in which students and professors of the Karlovac Music School and the Vuge Folklore Society performed, visitors could taste Croatian specialties and enjoy the exhibition “Portrait of the Star City”, art photographer Goran Vranić, and presented their promotional material in Hungarian. Aquatika – freshwater aquarium from Karlovac.Additional confirmation of Croatia’s popularity are numerous media reports on the beauty and quality of the Croatian tourist offer, such as the one in the famous Hungarian lifestlye magazine “Ridikül”, which presented Istria, Pula, Brijuni, Rovinj, Poreč and Motovun, destinations where Hungarians are welcome. guests, stand out from the CNTB.Sell Croatia workshop in BudapestNumerous Croatian and Hungarian tourist entities within the Sell Croatia business workshop will have the opportunity to further improve cooperation, ie even better linking supply and demand in an organized segment that includes travel agencies and tour operators. Applications for participation are open until October 5 via the form available at pages Croatian National Tourist Board.
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Mays, 31, was originally drafted in the second round by the 49ers in 2010 before he played for four years with the Bengals and another with the Raiders.He was then re-signed before 2016 by the Bengals, but was suspended for the first four games for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.He has been out of the NFL since, but played one game for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2017. Mays tallied 107 tackles, two forced fumbles and a sack in 80 games (15 starts) in his NFL career.The 6-3, 231-pound defensive back won the state title in the 100- and 200-meter dash in high school in Washington and ran a 4.43 40-yard dash at the NFL combine in 2010.It is unclear how much of that athleticism he has remaining, but he is the type of safety/rover Carroll likes, somewhat along the lines of a Kam Chancellor, so he could fit into the Seahawks’ system. Russell Wilson gives Seahawks deadline for new deal, report says Pete Carroll could be close to reuniting with one of his former stars at USC.The Seahawks are working out former Trojans safety Taylor Mays, who played for Carroll at USC from 2006-09, according to NFL Network. A potential reunion 10 years in the making: Free agent S Taylor Mays is working out for the #Seahawks tomorrow, source said. The former #USC All-American, who is flying there now, could rejoin his old coach, Pete Carroll.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 2, 2019Mays was an All-American at USC under Carroll, tallying 276 tackles and five interceptions in his four-year career.He was predicted to be taken in the first round of the NFL draft after his junior season, but returned for one more year and saw his stock drop a bit. Related News