Wizz Air has changed its summer flight schedule on three routes to Split Airport.
The once magnificent yacht Geleb (Seagull) of the famous Yugoslavian President Josip Broz Tito, may soon be a showpiece again.
In 2017 Croatia welcomed a total of 18.5 million tourists, the most ever in a single year in the nation’s history, with Germans topping the list.
According to the voters of the European Best Destinations portal, Zagreb was named for the third time in a row the best Christmas destination in Europe.
LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin is the first-ever Croatian resort to receive Halal Certification. In 2016, the hotel catered to more than 1,750 guests of Islamic faith.
Fear of growing competition has made Croatia’s hotel market prime for big hotel management and development brands intent on expansion.
Rabac is the site of the largest tourism project in Croatia. Valamar Riviera builds here two luxury resorts: Family Life Bellevue and Valamar Girandella.
Čakovec is a simple, unassuming destination, with peaceful streets, and low-rise buildings, but it is home to the biggest fortification in Međimurje County.
The Dubrovnik Carnival is one of the highly anticipated festivals of the year, attracting thousands of locals and tourists to the cobbled streets of the Old Town, but the city decided to comply with UNESCO’s recommendations to limit access of people to the World Heritage Site each day. According to news from the region, UNESCO […]
Plans for a new international airport in Vrgorac in Dalmatian in Croatia are in wind according to news from Vrgorac. The new airport is reportedly in the early stages of investor planning for the area of Croatia in between Dubrovnik and Split, because of the suitability of the site.
The Croatian Christmas is celebrated on December 25th and preparations for this blessed holiday begin with the Advent. The Christmas season ends with the Epiphany on January 6.
In news from the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies (UHPA), a Croatian delegation, lead by the deputy tourism minister Robert Pauletić, has meet with key influential decision makers at the MITT fair in Moscow to discuss better cooperation in between the two countries. The Ministry of Tourism reported earlier this week on establishing a Croatian-Russian working team for tourism cooperation.