to join Croatia and Hungary
Towns in Hungary and
Croatia are set to be linked by a new bridge,
according to reports.
In news which may interest those
wishing to travel to Croatia, the country's
Podturen area will be joined up to Hungary's
Kerkaszentkiraly, reports Caboodle.hu.
The website claims the towns will
be linked via a bridge over the Mura River,
as well as by a three kilometre road.
Zoltan Pal, mayor of Kerkaszentkiraly,
told the source the plans will allow Croatians
to reach Hungary without the need for a 20 km
The mayor also noted the two areas
enjoy close ties which date back as far as the
second world war, the website claims.
Meanwhile, in other news which
may be of interest to those considering travel
to Croatia, the country was visited by six million
tourists in July, according to Emportal.co.yu.
The website claims statistics from
the ministry of tourism also show 31.9 million
overnight stays in the nation within July.