According to the Zagreb Tourist Board, the Croatian capital recorded 30% more arrivals and as much as 32% more overnight stays in June than in June 2016.Thus, a total of 137.638 arrivals and 244.670 overnight stays were registered, and the most numerous were guests from: South Korea, the USA, Germany, China and the United Kingdom, while guests from the United States of America were in the first place.”The Zagreb Tourist Board is extremely pleased with these excellent results, which once again confirm that Zagreb has become an unavoidable year-round tourist destination and invites everyone to the final two concerts of the festival. Zagreb Classic on Tomislav Square, which will be held today, July 4 (Zagreb Philharmonic and Roby Lakatos) and on Thursday, July 6, GK Komedija – Comedy Gala!), and also announces the fourth edition yard which will open its doors next week, on July 14th. ” stand out from the Tourist Board of the City of ZagrebFor the period January – June 2017, a total of 532.735 arrivals were recorded, which is 19% more and 961.364 overnight stays, which is 18% more than in the same period last year. There were 23% more foreign guests (438.801 arrivals) and 21% more overnight stays (790.604). In the first six months, most overnight stays were recorded by guests from South Korea, the US, Germany, Italy and the UK.
“It’s always been important to our program to earn good grades,” said Drake head coach Lindsey Horner. “It’s apparent that our players want to maximize their academic experience, take advantage of the opportunity to work with professors here at Drake, and open doors for themselves in the future.” KANSAS CITY, Mo. – For the 17th year in a row, the Drake University women’s soccer team earned the United Soccer Coaches College Women’s Team Academic Award recognizing outstanding success in the classroom. Senior midfielder Vanessa Kavan earned the MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week award on Sept. 26 as a result of her commitment on the field, in the classroom, and in the community. Print Friendly Version To qualify for the award, teams must maintain a composite grade point average of 3.0 or better.