The Croatian national tourism information system eVisitor won third place and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) award for innovation in research and technology. The winner of this subcategory was declared SEGITTUR from Spain for the project “Smart Tourism System (SIT)”, while the second place went to the organization EarthCheck from Australia for the project “Building Planning and Design Standard (BPDS)”.The award was received by the director of the CNTB’s Main Office, Kristjan Staničić, who emphasized that the eVisitor system is the only Croatian project nominated among all finalists. “In Croatia, we were very happy to receive the news of the eVisitor system’s candidacy for the UNWTO award, and this award and third place make us especially proud. The eVisitor system is a very important project for the entire Croatian tourism and we are therefore extremely glad that its quality is recognized in the world. In addition to significantly reducing the administrative work in the process of registering and deregistering tourists, the system serves as an excellent tool for further development of tourist offers and marketing and promotional activities of all users, from renters in family accommodation to travel companies and institutions. This recognition gives us additional motivation for further upgrading of the system, but also the creation of new innovative projects to make the Croatian tourist system even more successful, ” said Director Staničić, adding that the finalists were selected from 128 submitted innovative projects from 55 countries, which further indicates this great success of the Croatian Tourist Board project, which was fully developed in Croatia by Croatian experts.. “This is another recognition for Croatian tourism and proof that today Croatia is recognized as one of the leaders in the world tourism industry.”Said Stanicic.By the way, the eVisitor system is recognized outside Croatia as an excellent innovative product, and as we unofficially find out, there is great interest from several countries that would buy the entire eVisitor system or “know how” and implement it in their countries.The eVisitor system in Croatia has been in full application since 2016 and has met all expectations as a unique and central place for registration and deregistration of tourists, ie for the calculation and control of the collection of sojourn tax. The eVisitor system is an innovative platform that is free for users, maximally simplified and accessible from any location that has Internet access, which greatly facilitates all the processes offered by the system. It is certainly worth emphasizing the segment of monitoring tourist traffic, so today, thanks to the system, it is possible to monitor tourist flows in almost real time by various parameters, which provides a very detailed insight into the various structures of tourist traffic.
9 Excalibur Court, Sovereign Islands. 9 Excalibur Court, Sovereign Islands.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoAmir Mian of Amir Mian Prestige Property Agents, Paradise Point said the property sold to a Gold Coast family.“There are not too many entry-level homes on the Sovereign Islands,” he said.“This was one of the last ones.” 9 Excalibur Court, Sovereign Islands.The house is in the prestigious gated community of Sovereign Islands – one of the most expensive areas in the country. Some homes sell for more than $10 million and most for no less than $2 million.Connected to the mainland of Paradise Point by a single bridge, the community is guarded 24/7 by security. 9 Excalibur Court, Sovereign Islands.AN “entry-level” house on the prestigious Sovereign Islands sold for $1.651 million under the hammer on the weekend.The single-level four-bedroom home at 9 Excalibur Court is described as “affordable living on a large quarter acre block”.It has 19m of water frontage, high ceilings, a pool and spa.It last changed hands for $1.39 million in 2008. 9 Excalibur Court, Sovereign Islands. Aerial view of the Sovereign Islands. Picture: Mike Batterham