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.
Fear of growing competition has made Croatia’s hotel market prime for big hotel management and development brands intent on expansion.
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.
Autumn is a special time of the year anywhere, but certainly in Europe. In the heart of the “old continent” hundreds of quaint, charming and often inspiring hotels stays await. Here’s a small selection of places our staff has either stayed or heard of via word of mouth. From Austria to Romania, this time of […]
Coming this month to Zagreb, the Dance and Non-verbal Theatre Festival, which will be held from July 19 to July 22.
What becomes of a teddy bear once given away as a Valentine’s Day gift? Or a wedding dress from a marriage gone awry? Or a garden gnome thrown in a fit of rage against a windscreen during a stormy break up?
Coming up August 13th through August 18th, the 13th annual Jazzinity Festival kicks off in Novo Mesto, Slovenia. Another of the wonderful events in keeping with Slovenia’s Maribor 2012 offerings, the jazz event is actually one of the country’s most diverse musical programs this year.
In news from Research and Markets, the Croatia Tourism Report for quarter one 2012 is out. According to the leading research firm, Croatia’s recovering tourism market is still on the mend since beginning to climb out of a disasterous 2008 – 2009.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Croatia have agreed to further advance Sustainable Tourism and maximize its contribution to economic growth, job creation and development in the country.
Croatian traditional cuisine is actually almost a rarity in country. In Zagreb one chef presents traditional food with a passion for creativity, Marcellino is a new age haute cuisine legend in the making.