According to the eVisitor tourist check-in and check-out system, there were 12 overnight stays in Dubrovnik last weekend, from 15 to 4 June, and on 253 June, 13 tourists stayed in Dubrovnik, mostly from Croatia and Germany. The 10st Dubrovnik Summer Festival opens on July 71 A special promotional campaign of the City of Dubrovnik and the Tourist Board of the City of Dubrovnik began on June 15, which includes numerous discounts and benefits for all visitors to the city of Dubrovnik, and lasts until the end of June. With a big discount for the city walls and Lokrum Reserve, many hotels, private renters, travel agencies and restaurants offer their services at reduced prices and the City of Dubrovnik for one purchased, offers one free week Dubrovnik Card. Free entrance for all visitors is offered by the Trsteno Arboretum, Lazareti, the Homeland War Museum and the Dubrovnik Museums (Cultural and Historical Museum in the Rector’s Palace, Maritime Museum in the Fortress of St. John, Ethnographic Museum in the Rupa granary, exhibitions of the Archaeological Museum in the Revelin Fortress), Dom Marina Držić and the Dubrovnik Art Gallery. Also, Dubrovnik museums have new opening hours and the institutions will be open from 10:00 to 18:00 from Tuesday to Sunday. This year’s 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival will be held from July 10 to August 25, as announced, but in a reduced format due to the current epidemiological COVID-19 measures in Croatia and the world and the financial consequences of the pandemic. The festival audience of all generations expects almost fifty drama, music, dance, folklore and other performances at more than ten stage and ambient locations in the city of Dubrovnik, according to a new program proposal approved today by the Dubrovnik Summer Festival. Photo: Dubrovnik Tourist Board Currently, 14 hotels and a little more than fifty restaurants have been opened in the city, and yesterday, with the landing of the first flight of Air Baltic, with 96 passengers on a flight from Riga, international air traffic to Dubrovnik was re-established. See a list of all the benefits HERE During this period, 2070 overnight stays were realized in hotel accommodation, 1426 in private accommodation, while a smaller number of overnight stays were realized in other forms of accommodation, reports the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.