Croatia has an unprecedented summer season since joining the eurozone
Croatia rejoices in the increase in the tourist season, but the locals are unhappy
An unprecedented summer season has come for Croatia after joining the eurozone. This year, the number of tourists increased by 12% compared to the previous year, indicating an increase in income in the tourism sector.
Data released by the Croatian Ministry of Tourism show that more than 9 million visitors came to the country this year, which is 12% more than in 2022.
However, despite all the positives, joining the eurozone has brought some inconvenience to local residents. They are faced with rising prices for goods and services, which makes it difficult for them to adapt to new conditions.
A safe and convenient holiday in Croatia has become even more affordable thanks to the simplification for tourists. Now it is no longer necessary to exchange currency and monitor rates. Tourists can enjoy their vacation and not worry about such trifles. Such changes in the economy only contribute to the development of the country's tourism industry.
At the same time, local residents experience certain difficulties due to rising prices. This causes resentment among the residents and requires them to adapt to new conditions.