Prema 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.
Conor Murray and Johnny Sexton team up again at halfback while Robbie Henshaw and Jared Payne continue in midfield. There are two changes to the back three with Dave Kearney and Rob Kearney joining Andrew Trimble. With Sean O’Brien returning to the back row alongside CJ Stander and Jamie Heaslip at openside Cahir man Tommy O’Donnell drops to the replacements – his fellow Tipp native Donncha Ryan remains on the bench for the trip to Paris.Rory Best captains the side from hooker and is flanked in an unchanged front row by Jack McGrath and Nathan White.The second row sees Devin Toner and Mike McCarthy paired once again.
CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUELobi will be seeking redemption when they file out against Wydad Casablanca in the 2018/19 CAF Champions League Group A match at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Morocco tonight.After registering their second defeat in the group stage at home in Nigeria, the Makurdi team needs a miracle to survive the Moroccans. That defeat in Enugu a fortnight ago left the Nigerian representatives floundering in the fourth place on the table – three points behind second-placed Wydad with three games left.However, Lobi Coach, Solomon Ogbeide, remains hopeful that his side can secure a win in Morocco, which would boost their chances of reaching the knockout stages.“We are disappointed in the result, but this does not mean we are out of the competition,” Ogbeide remarked.“We still have three more games in the group stage, though we will be going to play away in two of those, but we are confident we can get results away from home despite how difficult people may think it is.”The Moroccan side recorded their second win in Group A when they overcame Lobi 1-0 away in Enugu earlier this month.As a result, Wydad is second on the group standings and they are only behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns on goal-difference.Wydad Captain Brahim Nekkach is happy with how the team performed during their 1-0 win over Olympic Safi in the Moroccan Botola League match last week.“First of all, I would like to thank my teammates for their great fighting spirit against a Safi team which is known for its defensive efficiency,” Nekkach said on Le Matin.“Now we have to focus on our next match in the Champions League against Lobi Stars.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts got his final look at pitcher Clayton Kershaw during Friday’s intrasquad game at Dodger Stadium, and he was pleased with what he saw.Even though Kershaw gave up four runs, he finished with 11 strikeouts in 6 1/3 innings.It was a fun night for Dodgers fans, because Kershaw went up against projected No. 2 starter Walker Buehler, who threw his first intrasquad game of the summer, and retired all seven batters he faced.Kershaw will start his ninth opening day when the Dodgers take on the San Francisco Giants on Thursday at Dodger Stadium to open a four-game series in the COVID-19 shortened 60-game season. Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start “I was very encouraged,” Roberts said during a zoom conference call Saturday of Kershaw’s Friday performance. “All the stuff, his health through six innings, the breaking ball was sharp and both breaking balls actually. He was using it in all quadrants with the fastball. I thought (his performance) was really, really encouraging, absolutely.”Kershaw has been working on a changeup, a pitch that Roberts doesn’t expect him to use often, but certainly adds to his repatoire.“Yeah, he’s going to certainly throw it in games,” Roberts said. “I don’t know a percentage, but I know that each time he picks up a baseball and works on it, he gains more confidence. So, just to have something off of his fastball, slider and curveball. I think the changeup certainly plays, but he has to have confidence in it. It’s going to be a lower percentage pitch, but I absolutely expect him to use it.”As for Buehler, he will not start during the four-games against San Francisco. He came into summer camp not as sharp or conditioned as others, it appears, and will throw three innings against Dodgers players on Wednesday.“It went well, and he said he feels good, so that’s encouraging,” Roberts said of Buehler’s performance Friday. Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Asked if Buehler might get his first start when the Dodgers hit the road against Houston on July 28, Roberts said it’s certainly a possibility.Dodgers had a minor scare Friday when outfielder Mookie Betts appeared to injure his hand, but Roberts dismissed anything serious on Saturday.“He is OK, I had the same thought,” Roberts said.TONY GONSOLIN OPTIONEDIn kind of a surprise move, Dodgers pitcher Tony Gonsolin was optioned to the teams’ alternate camp Friday.Gonsolin was expected to make the Dodgers’ starting rotation, but he was a late arrival to camp for undisclosed reasons, and it appears Roberts believes he needs more time.Gonsolin was hoping to grab a starting spot after David Price opted to sit out the season.“For Tony, it’s more of build up, giving him an opportunity to grow more innings,” Roberts said. “He’s obviously a later arrival to summer camp.“This year, starting pitching, the length in the pen, you have to have depth. But he is without a doubt going to impact our club and help us this year.”ZACH MCKINSTRY CONTINUES TO IMPRESSSecond baseman Zach McKinstry was drafted by the Dodgers out of Central Michigan in the 33rd round of the 2016 MLB draft and had been a relative unknown until having a big season in the minors last year, earning an invitation to the Double-A All-Star Game. During a short stint in Triple-A, he batted .382 with seven home runs in 26 games.On Friday, McKinstry hit a double off Kershaw, continuing an impressive showing over the summer. He had already impresssed coaches during spring training before it was shut down in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.“I’ve definitely had a few pitchers reach out to me and they said they enjoyed throwing against me,” McKinstry said. “I had a pitcher who said he likes having me behind him when he’s throwing and really thinks I have a pretty good future ahead of me. And I think I’ve showed some higher-up guys and players that I can compete at the next level.”Even in February, Roberts liked what he saw.Related Articles “Zach is an interesting player and has performed himself into being a real guy as far as being on the roster,” Roberts said in the spring. “I really pull for guys like that. He can play anywhere on the diamond. He conducts really good at-bats. He’s a guy that I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw him sometime this year.”DODGERS FINALLY FACE OPPONENTSThe Dodgers will stop playing themselves and begin their short three-game exhibition stint Sunday and Monday at Dodger Stadium against the Arizona Diamondbacks, with a final exhibition Tuesday at home against the Angels.Roberts said 25-year-old right-hander Mitchell White will start Sunday and Julio Urias will start Monday, with Alex Wood throwing a simulated game as well. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error