Herceg Novi – At Herceg Novi Riviera according official data of Tourist organization rests 12636 guests or one percent more than last year.
Those informed in tourist state estimate that there are at least 5000 those not reported – mostly owners of weekend houses, relatives and friends.
Crowed is noticeable larger, especially at Kamenari and Lepatani where is waiting for ferry around 15 minutes but for not existing third lane it is often jammed traffic at highway while vehicles come from the ferry.
The old ache are Herceg Novi town street and parking space that is not only that it is not widen for any place but by putting barriers along driveway in Igalo is narrowed.
In hotels rest 2974 guests that is 15% less than last year while in private accommodation there are 6924 tourists or six percent more than last year.
It is still easy to find accommodation in households even in the first zone where bed is up to 10 EUR.
In upper zones of Igalo and Herceg Novi households offer accommodation for three and four EUR.
Large offer of apartments influenced to cutting of prices so accommodation in four bed apartments at the most attractive zones can be hired for 40 to 50 EUR per day.
In Herceg Novi rest 8446 domestic guests, guests form Serbia are even this season accounted for as domestic guests that is five percent less than last year.
Director of TO Bogdan Kocetanovic expects that if judged by interest of guests from Serbia, visit from that Republic be at last year level.
Slight fall of number of domestic tourists is explained by effort of hotels and caterers to bring larger number of foreign tourists who are better off guests.
In resting home “Vojvodina” booking is a hundred percent and their guests are from Novi Sad.
From tourist agency “Saragosa” notice some less guests from Serbia but according booking it is expected larger arrival in high season for the reason of overbooking many retrieve from spending holidays in Greece.
Foreign tourists are 17% more than last year and the most numerous are Norwegians, Germans, Dutch, Hungarians and Russians.