Archive for the ‘Croatia’ Category
Dubrovnik tops Post Office Travel Monkey survey:Â According to Great Britainâ€™s Post Office survey, Dubrovnik topped a list of 12 â€˜emergingâ€™ city destinations that tourists would most like to visit in 2013, beating Moscow, Krakow and Abu Dhabi. The UNESCO World Heritage site also came sixth for value out of the 25 cities surveyed by the [...]
LONDON, England – Croatia is expected to see a large increase in tourism this summer thanks to its admittance to the EU and the announcement of a 15% sales-tax cut on tourist services which came into effect in January. These changes mean Brits wanting to holiday in the Mediterranean country could find themselves a better [...]
The historical City of Pula in magical region of Istria (Croatia, Europe) has once again proven its position as one of the top â€˜buzzâ€™ destinations â€“ a place where you can spot your favourite glitterati, experience magnificent events, discover the city and its respectable history.
DUVIP guests of Sarajevo Film Festival and an Oscar winner Jeremy Irons hasÂ arrived in Dubrovnik, Croatia.Â Dubrovnik, world known â€˜pearl of the Adriaticâ€™, has once again proven itsÂ position as one of the top â€˜buzzâ€™ destinations â€“ a place where you canÂ spot your favorite glitterati, experience magnificent events, discover theÂ city and its respectable history.
For the past 16 springs, the streets, squares and parks in downtown Zagreb have been dominated by all sorts of street performers from around the world who aim to entertain passers-by with their special skills. Quirky looking clowns lurk around every corner and elicit smiles from the passers by, street musicians defy the sounds of [...]
Tourism News in Croatia Includes Health Tourism in Split, New Flights & A New Interactive Guide to Dubrovnik
Split The first medical tourism center in Dalmatia and Croatia, which should be completed in the second half of this year, is being constructed in Split. This will be the the residence for pensioners in which some 15 million euros will be invested. The luxury accommodation will include clinics with diagnostic and specialist centers situated [...]
On the Trail of Romance.Â Think Tuscany, but with a Habsburg past. The shady, rolling hills of Istriaâ€”Croatiaâ€™s northernmost peninsulaâ€”are becoming widely known for their truffles, Malvazija white wines, olive oil stancijas (estates), and crumbling hill towns. Cyclists can spin their spokes over some 2,000 miles of extensively maintained bike trails. Along the coast, sunny ocean [...]
One of the most beautiful symbols of the city of Vukovar, the Baroque Eltz castle, has recently opened its gates after years of refurbishment. During the Homeland war and the aggression upon Vukovar and Croatia, the castle was completely destroyed. In the past few years it has been refurbished as part of the big project [...]
Silent wheel dance from Dalmatinska Zagora (Dalmatian hinterland) and Becarac, a traditional folk song, from the region of Slavonia have recently been included on a “representative list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity” by UNESCO.
Autumn in Dubrovnik comes with a promise of plenty of sunshine, interesting cultural events, opportunities to explore the city’s hidden historical sites, enjoy its exquisite culinary events, watch the filming of HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones whose producers chose Dubrovnik for one of the filming locations, and more. This favourite celebrity hotspot is a [...]