In August, most tourists come from Germany, Croatia and Slovenia

first_imgPhoto: Solana Nin Germany remains our main emitting market Gledajući po destinacijama, u dosadašnjem dijelu kolovoza najviše je dolazaka ostvareno u Rovinju, Poreču, Splitu, Medulinu, Crikvenici, Dubrovniku, Umagu, Zadru, Puli i Novalji. U dosadašnjem dijelu kolovoza najviše je turističkih dolazaka ostvareno s tržišta Njemačke, njih oko 392 tisuće što u odnosu na isto razdoblje lani predstavlja rast od 1 posto. Prema prvim preliminarnim podacima sustava eVisitor, koji sadrži turistički promet ostvaren u komercijalnom i nekomercijalnom segmentu te nautičkom charteru, u Hrvatskoj je u dosadašnjem dijelu kolovoza (od 1. do 16. kolovoza) ostvareno oko 1,8 milijun dolazaka i 12,9 milijuna noćenja, što je gotovo 70 posto lanjskog rezultata ostvarenog u istom razdoblju u pogledu pokazatelja turističkih noćenja.center_img The highest number of overnight stays in the same period was realized in Istria (3,2 million overnight stays), Kvarner (2,6 million overnight stays), Split-Dalmatia (2,4 million overnight stays), Zadar (2,3 million overnight stays), Šibenik-Dalmatia Knin (1 million overnight stays), Dubrovnik-Neretva County (716 thousand) and Lika-Senj County (475 thousand).   During the last weekend (from 14 to 16 August), more than 312 thousand arrivals and almost 2,2 million overnight stays were realized in Croatia. Zatim slijedi domaće tržište s kojeg je ostvareno 294 tisuće dolazaka što predstavlja rast od 22 posto u odnosu na isti period lani, tržište Slovenije s kojeg je ostvarena 221 tisuća dolazaka, što predstavlja rast od 6 posto te tržište Poljske s kojeg je ostvareno 193 tisuće dolazaka što predstavlja rast od 9 posto u odnosu na isto razdoblje lani. Nakon Poljske slijedi Češka sa 111 tisuća dolazaka (94% lanjskog rezultata) te Austrija sa približno 97 tisuća dolazaka (55% lanjskog rezultata).last_img read more

Finding companionship through a four-legged-friend

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — Volunteering can take on all different forms.Whether it be manual labor or just visiting with someone, communities thrive with volunteerism. Organizations like Hospice of Michigan are looking for folks to use their time, talent, and resources to help make someone’s day brighter.Isabelle Kotwicki has been volunteering for 2 years with Hospice of Michigan. She spends her time at Turning Brook Assisted Living in Alpena. She enjoys giving back to the community and helping patients like Marvis Woloszyk.“It’s a life changing experience… it’s easy, something you get to love doing,” said Kotwicki.When Isabelle stops by, she always has a special friend who usually steals the show. Isabelle brings her 2-year-old dog Tucker. He’s a fan favorite at Turning Brook, especially with Marvis.“He comes and sits on my lap, and that’s the kind of pet I like that wants to do that,” said Woloszyk.It’s an easy way for Isabelle to give back and bring joy through her adorable four legged friend. “You start to get to know people and you realize how happy they are when they see Tucker, and it’s just very joyful,” said Kotwicki.After a long visit, Tucker can be pretty tuckered, but he never gets tired of bringing a smile to folks like Marvis.“I just love him,” said Woloszyk.Some additional benefits of volunteering and bringing your pet for a visit include mental stimulation, increased self esteem, and improved physical health for patients.If you would like to volunteer for Hospice of Michigan, visit their website at www.hom.org.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: alpena, cats, Dogs, Four-legged companion, Hospice Care, hospice of michigan, Turning BrookContinue ReadingPrevious Photo of the Day for Friday, March 8Next Art in the Loft hosts Kid in the Kitchen class to teach children how to make a practical meallast_img read more