From Ukraine, we realized about 230 thousand overnight stays in August this year, which is about 80 percent of last year’s result in August, and the favorite Croatian destinations of Ukrainians are Makarska Riviera, Porec, Rovinj and Dubrovnik, where they usually stay in hotel accommodation. This is the announcement of a new flight of the airline Windrose which should be connected twice a week from October 4, 2020 to March 24, 2021 Kiev and Zagreb. Photo: Windrose – Despite the global coronary virus pandemic and the overall reduction in tourist traffic in 2020, investments in the promotion of Croatia as a top tourist destination on the Ukrainian market have paid off. Charter flights from Kiev to Pula, Split and Dubrovnik, which operated this summer, have significantly increased the number of arrivals of Ukrainian tourists in Croatia, he said Rose, adding that a number of Ukrainian tourists arrived in Croatia this year by road. Zagreb and Kiev will soon be reconnected by a direct airline, said Rajko Ruzicka, director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Russia.