When you key in your Google search engine: Dubrovnik accommodation, the globalization kicks in. If you have keyed in this phrase you will see exactly what I meant by globalization kicking in.
According to the data provided by the Ministry of Tourism registration engine: E-visitor, 2.6 million tourists visited Croatia in June 2017 which is up by 31% in comparison to the record breaking 2016.
When it comes to the most popular destinations, Dubrovnik firmly holds pole position with Zagreb following closely and Rovinj ,Poreč and Split as runners up. Split is becoming extremely popular due to the fact that it has cultural heritage as well as it is the hub for the islands of Brač, Hvar and Vis.
The globalization has set some firm standards and today no-one travels without an insurance policy. And this is rightly so especially when it comes to the hospital network of public institutions on the Adriatic coast. Zagreb is a story on its own because it is there where the country’s best hospitals are concentrated. As for Dubrovnik’s medical story, if in need it is good to know of Marin Med Clinic and Private Hospital existence. It comes in handy to know that it accepts all major insurances and it offers first class medical care. It is at disposal 24/7 to its clients and you can beat the waiting time otherwise spent in public hospitals.
If you know come to the beginning of this story you will know realize why Dubrovnik private accommodation is flourishing. Simply there is no enough hotel capacity in Dubrovnik to accommodate all of its visitors. Although the numbers are great for the Croatian economy, this type of tourism is far from being sustainable and the practice of the town folk living for the tourist season ought to be replaced with the one that will witness Dubrovnik citizens living with the visitors to the Peal of the Adriatic.