• INVITATION BY SINKOVIĆ BROTHERS Come to Pag International Regatta!

    On Sunday, September 22nd the 2nd international regatta “Eights at Pag” will take place. The regatta starts at Zrće beach and ends in the city of Pag with a total lenght of 15 kilometres. The international rowing regatta is ideal for promoting the entire island of Pag as a desirable destination...
  • IN FIRST EIGHT MONTHS Tourist arrivals rise by 5%, overnight stays by 2%

    ​From 1 January to 31 August this year, a total of 16.5 million tourist arrivals were registered in Croatia, which is 5% more than in the corresponding period of 2018, according to the statistics collected by the Croatian eVisitor and eCrew systems, which register visitor arrivals and departures. The...
  • FOR THE FIRST TIME Nordic Walking on the Moonlike Island of Pag

    At the end of this month – September 27 – 29, the city of Pag will host the event called “Nordic Walking on the Moonlike Island”, which is being held for the first time this year. During the three days participants will enjoy moonlike trails and change andnordin walk...
  • VOTE FOR THEM Photos from Croatia in WMO calendar competition!

    The World Meteorological Organization celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2020 and yet another year they were looking for high-quality and artistic photographs of the amazing beauty and power of our weather and our environment. This year, they needed to illustrate the theme of World Meteorological Day 2020, “Climate and...
  • GOOD RESULTS Croatia’s tourism advertised through digital campaign on U.S. market

    The Croatian National Tourist Board and Expedia, an international travel platform, have conducted a joint digital marketing campaign for Croatia’s tourist trade on the U.S. market, which resulted in the improved positioning of Croatia on that market, the HTZ said in a press release on Tuesday. The campaign called...
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    FINANCIAL TIMES “Why Croatia is the next big foodie destination”

    Financial Times, English international daily newspaper published an article titled “Why Croatia is the next big foodie destination”. “This is world-class food, world-class wine, world-class cheese. The next big thing is Croatia,” enthused the late chef Anthony Bourdain when he first visited the country in late 2011. “If you...
  • VIDEO Reasons to visit Croatia in off-season!

    The Croatian National Tourist Board just started a major campaign to promote off-season in 14 European markets, including Germany, Austria, Poland, Italy, United Kingdom, Hungary, Netherlands, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia and Spain. The activities within the campaign are carried out through offline and online communication channels, namely...
  • 2nd joint patrol between Croatian & Chinese police concludes with success

    Chinese police officers who had been patrolling in Croatia for a month during tourist season finished their work this week. Eight officers from east China’s Jiangsu Province patrolled with their Croatian counterparts in Zagreb, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Plitvice Lakes National Park, all popular tourist destinations where each year more...
  • BROMANCE & DRAGONS Road trip from Zagreb to Dubrovnik

    Mike and Nikos, from a Greece city Kalamata are a kind of friends that are always in a search for new adventures. They are both in very demanding lines of business; Nikos is a consultant and Mike a medical doctor, so they wanted to blow off some steam and...