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.
The outlook for growth in the hospitality industry in Eastern Europe is bright when looked at from the hotel investment angle. Judging from the number of projects slated for completion before the end of 2018, new hotels from Budapest to Dubrovnik will be cropping up across the region.
For visitors to Dubrovnik, running from April 4th through May 30th, the Journey through moods exhibition will be at the Dubrovnik Art Gallery. Works by American photographer Robert Farber there reflect the artist’s work since the late 1960’s.
Organised by sailors for sailors, the first Dubrovnik International Regatta will take place in 2012 from the 10th-14th May.
Europe’s largest hotel search website, Trivago.com has recently launched March report regarding European hotels prices. According trivago Hotel Price Index (tHPI), prepared each month, spring season shows an increase as regards Eastern European destinations.
The historic city of Dubrovnik is a major attraction itself and from ancient ruins to cobbled streets, no trip to Croatia should ignore its charms. Here are ten sure-fire things to do whilst visiting Dubrovnik.
Today is St. Blasius Day, celebrated with a large open air mass followed by a majestic procession. The complete Feast of St. Blasius lasts from February 2nd, to February 7th.