Tourist activity of the population of the Republic of Croatia in 2016

first_imgPrema podacima Državnog zavoda za statistiku ( DZS ), u 2016. na barem jednome privatnom višednevnom putovanju bilo je 1,6 milijuna ili 44,0% stanovništva Hrvatske u dobi od 15 i  više godina. Ukupno je ostvareno 3,8 milijuna privatnih putovanja, od čega je 2,5 milijuna (67,8%) bilo u Hrvatskoj, a 1,2 milijuna (32,2%) u inozemstvo.U inozemstvo se najviše putovalo u Bosnu i Hercegovinu (21,5% putovanja), Italiju (13,7%), Njemačku (12,0%), Austriju (11,3%) i Sloveniju (9,1%). S obzirom na duljinu boravka na putovanju,2,0 milijuna putovanja (52,1%) bilo je kraće, a 1,8 milijuna (47,9%) dulje. Najčešći motivi odlaska na privatno višednevno putovanje jesu posjet rodbini i prijateljima (1,2 milijuna putovanja ili 32,7%) i odmor na moru (1,1 milijun putovanja ili 28,3%). Na privatnim višednevnim putovanjima stanovništvo Hrvatske ostvarilo je ukupno 23,1 milijun noćenja, od čega je 16,8 milijuna noćenja (72,8%) ostvareno u Hrvatskoj, a 6,3 milijuna (27,2%) na putovanjima u inozemstvo. Na jednom putovanju ostvareno je prosječno 6,1 noćenje. Na putovanjima u Hrvatskoj ostvareno je prosječno 6,6 noćenja, a 5,2 noćenja na putovanjima u inozemstvo. S obzirom na duljinu boravka na putovanju, 3,9 milijuna noćenja (17,0%) ostvareno je na kraćim, a 19,2 milijuna (83,0%) na duljim putovanjima. Prema vrsti smještaja, najviše noćenja ostvareno je u neplaćenim smještajnim objektima kod rodbine i prijatelja (8,6 milijuna noćenja ili 37,4%).Ukupni izdaci na privatnim višednevnim putovanjima iznosili su 6,5 milijardi kuna, od čega 3,1 milijardi kuna (48,8%) u Hrvatskoj, a 3,3 milijardi (51,2%) u inozemstvu. Prosječni troškovi po putovanju iznosili su 1 717 kuna. S obzirom na duljinu boravka na putovanju, 2,0 milijardi kuna (30,3%) potrošeno je na kraćim, a 4,5 milijardi kuna (69,7%) na duljim putovanjima. Na kraćim putovanjima u prosjeku se izdvajalo 997 kuna, a na duljima 2 501 kuna.In 2016, 2,0 million or 56,0% of the population of Croatia aged 15 and over did not travel on private multi-day trips. The most common reasons for not going on private multi-day trips (possibility of multiple answers) were: lack of financial resources (61,6%), health reasons (24,3%) and lack of free time due to family obligations (15,9%).U 2016. na barem jednom poslovnom višednevnom putovanju bilo je 318 tisuća stanovnika ili 8,8% stanovništva Hrvatske u dobi od 15 i više godina. Ukupno su ostvarene 784 tisuće poslovnih putovanja, od čega je 380 tisuća putovanja (48,5%) bilo u Hrvatskoj, a 403 tisuće (51,5%) u inozemstvo. S obzirom na duljinu boravka na putovanju, 555 tisuća putovanja (70,8%) bilo je kraće, a 228 tisuća (29,2%) dulje. U 2016. stanovništvo Hrvatske u dobi od 15 iIi više godina ostvarilo je 6,8 milijuna jednodnevnih putovanja, od čega je 6,1 milijun (88,8%) bilo privatnih, a 765 tisuća (11,2%) poslovnih.last_img read more

CPL not enough to revive West Indies Cricket- Skerritt

first_imgCMC – NEWLY-installed Cricket West Indies president, Ricky Skerritt, believes it will take more than just the Caribbean Premier League to revive cricket’s popularity in the region.He said while the tournament had gained mass-based support, the challenge before CWI was to return cricket to a place of prominence within the West Indian culture, once again creating heroes with the ability to inspire a generation.And the former St Kitts and Nevis government minister said he would be sitting down soon with CPL principals to discuss the tournament.“At the CPL games, there are thousands of young fans having a tremendous party, but that’s not enough to bring cricket’s popularity back,” Skerritt told cricket website, Cricbuzz in a wide-ranging interview.“We also need to have young people wanting to play cricket, not only to ensure we have a wider cadre of players coming through, but also to ensure cricket regains its prominent place in our culture.“We need to have more role models like we did while growing up. When you saw a (Sir Vivian) Richards walk out, we knew he was going to fight a battle on behalf of millions of people in the Caribbean and win it.“Young people here have more role models in soccer than cricket today. We need to create an environment where youngsters are playing cricket and, therefore, aren’t just partying in the stands without having a reasonable idea of what’s taking place on the field.”The CPL was inaugurated in 2013, replacing the Caribbean T20 which was run exclusively by CWI, and is principally run by foreign interests. Featuring six franchises with an array of international and domestic players, the tournament has grown in popularity to become one of the leading T20 domestic leagues across the globe.And while Skerritt said the tournament played a key role in regional cricket development, he pointed out there were improvements which could be made.“The CPL is a good thing but the CPL needs to be better for West Indies cricket than it is currently,” he noted.“The commercial side of the league and its competitiveness with other cricket in the region has caused some concern. The extent to which personnel are brought in from outside is not always understood by local boards.“The CPL, though, is a CWI product. We don’t own it completely, but we do have a small share in it. I’ll be meeting with the CPL people soon and there was already some talk to do more for emerging players so that their system helps West Indies cricket go back to the top of the world.”The CPL is in its seventh year and is set to bowl off in September.last_img read more

Ski Cup ”Silver Fox” begins next weekend

first_imgSki Cup “Silver Fox” which is organized within the official calendar of competitions of the Ski Federation of B&H, will be held next weekend on Bjelašnica.Ski Cup ”Silver Fox” is very important for development and promotion of alpine skiing in B&H because it enables young skiers to acquire experience. This contributes to their further ski development. The organizers of this competition are expecting 230 competitors from B&H and the region.last_img

Wellington Police Notes: Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016

first_imgWellington Police notes: Tuesday, February 16, 2016•1:42 a.m. Officers investigated operating a motor vehicle without insurance and defective headlamps in the 1700 block E. 16th, Wellington.•1:45 a.m. Steven M. Roberts, 32, Aurora, Mo. was arrested, charged and bonded with operating a motor vehicle without insurance and defective headlamps.•8:09 a.m. Officers investigated driving while license is suspended, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, defective muffler and expired vehicle registration in the 500 block E. 16th, Wellington.•8:22 a.m. Anthony P. Altis, 22, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is suspended, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, defective muffler and expired vehicle registration.•11:20 a.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 1700 block N. H, Wellington which occurred Feb. 15, 2016.•4:44 p.m. Officers investigated a battery in the 200 block S. Jefferson, Wellington.•8:44 p.m. Lindsey R. Stone, 30, Lyons, was issued a notice to appear for driver’s license violation and defective headlight.•9 p.m. Herbert O. Barnes, 65, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for fail to signal.•9:45 p.m. Tanya J. Hammond, 51, Argonia, was issued a notice to appear for defective headlight.last_img read more