Aegean Airlines and Spain’s Air Nostrum have submitted non-binding bids for the acquisition of Croatia Airlines.
Hilton’s Canopy has just opened in Zagreb, Croatia, the first such hotel in continental Europe. The Canopy by Hilton Zagreb offers 151 guest rooms with 8 suites with decor inspired by Croatian tradition.
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.
Croatia has relinquished to Slovenia the top billing as the favored destination for Czech tourists, according to news last week. With more than eight hundred and thirty thousand travellers from Czech Republic in 2015, Slovenia slid into the number one spot, according to the Czech Statistical Office.
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.
Coming up August 27th thru August 31, the Dimensions Festival in Pula, Croatia will light up the city’s 2000 year old amphitheater there.
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.
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
Despite assertions partner carriers would take up their slack in the even of a general strike, Croatia Airlines cancelled 22 flights on account of aircrew and pilots walking out. Today is the second day of a strike versus the airline over layoffs and pay cuts strikers say they cannot overcome.
News from Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic’s office last week is good news for fans of rail travel inside and outside Croatia. According to the official news the port of Rijeka will possess state-of-the-art facilities connecting the Croatian Adriatic with all of Central Europe.
Coming up next month in Dubrovnik, Carnival is the city’s version of New Orleans’ Mardi Gras. Visitors to Old Town in this fabulous Croatian seaside wonder will be treated to colorful parades, bands, masked balls, dancing, and a fantabulous end all party at Revelin Fort.
Just announced by Vibe, a brand new Croatian music festival has sprung up to attract electronic dance fans to the Adriatic coast. Love System will se many of the world’s top performers in the niche let it all hang out come May 3oth through June 2nd.