Coming up in Croatia’s capital, Advent in the Heart of Zagreb is an array of holiday events orchestrated to create an unforgettable Christmas experience for visitors to the city starting November 28th.
Talk about mind a mind boggling descent, when 70 year old Ivan Trifonov (Трифонов) piloted his balloon into the depths of Croatia’s Mamet Cave Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth became more real.
Starting today, the SONUS festival hits Croatia with a massive lineup of artists. This sun and fun packed underground music god fest promises boat parties galore and an endless lineup Zrce beach Papaya and Kalypso nightclub bar hopping.
In Croatia tourism news, Pula Airport arrivals last month showed a sharp increase, the highest in 18 years according to the media there.
Four of Valamar’s hotels in Croatia have won prestigous World Travel Awards. The gala ceremony held in Athens this past weekend revealed the best and the brightest in Europe tourism.
Coming up August 27th thru August 31, the Dimensions Festival in Pula, Croatia will light up the city’s 2000 year old amphitheater there.
Coming this month to Zagreb, the Dance and Non-verbal Theatre Festival, which will be held from July 19 to July 22.
Croatia has a new airline connectivity service, European Coastal Airlines is starting the first ever hydroplane service in the country. Destined to connect summer beach goers with the country’s wonderful Adriatic destinations, the German-Malaysian owned carrier also announcer online bookings.
In Croatia, not many people or officials could have predicted finally achieving EU member status would find the country worse off. This Reuters report shows the ugly side of today’s European Union economics, Croatia and other states wallowing at the bottom of the coalition’s heap.
Darko Lorencin, the Croatian Tourism Minister revealed this week Croatia is set to welcome more Russian tourists for 2014. Last year’s visa regime caused a drop in visitors from Russia of some 60%, a catastrophic drop for a country so dependent on tourism. This year Croatia intends to issue Russians visas for six months, the minister told RTL TV.
Croatia’s Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin met with the Deputy Director of the China Tourism Association, Wu Wenxue, in Beijing yesterday to discuss expanding tourism relations between the two counties.
With a focus on Croatian tourism in the now, Fast Market Research has released their latest detailed perspectus and comparative for industry insiders. Even despite the global economic crisis and prolonged eurozone debt, Croatia offers a unique opportunity for tourism and business.
According to the report preview, tourism represents a full 30.2% of Croatia’s employment cross section. This fact and limitation has