• GREAT NEWS Lika region to get faster internet by 2023

    Gospic, Otocac and Plitvicka Jezera in the Lika region will get a faster internet by 2023 after funding was approved by the EU to develop broadband internet access as part of a project worth almost HRK 100 million, Gospic town authorities said on Friday. The Town of Gospic is...
  • Nearly 1,000 hotels and campsites reopened in Croatia

    Currently, 644 hotels and 344 campsites are open in Croatia, and more and more tourist accommodation facilities are reopening their doors to guests from day to day, according to information provided in the latest bulletin of the Croatian Tourism Association (HUT) on Weddnesday. The fifth edition of the “Croatia...
  • OPENS TOMORROW This is the new Biokovo Skywalk!

    Biokovo Skywalk – a view worth a million is finally finished! The grand opening will be on Wednesday July 1st, and the Skywalk will be open for all visitors from Thursday, July 2nd. The skywalk has the shape of an arch, and the floor and outer walls are made...
  • RESPONSE TO THE PANDEMIC New app to make travel a safe experience

    As many countries around the world begin to ease travel restrictions introduced in response to the pandemic, the United Nations specialized agency has welcomed the responsible restarting of the sector. At the same time, UNWTO has stressed the importance of maintaining trust in tourism in these uncertain times. The...
  • FOR CROATIA Booking launches customer incentive to encourage rebooking

    Initiative seeks to bring business back to Croatian partners, inspire travelers and drive support for local businesses  This week, Booking.com launched a campaign to incentivize those customers in Croatia who had to cancel their bookings within the country as a result of government travel restrictions related to COVID-19 to...
  • IMPORTANT INFO Latest recommendations by the Croatian Institute of Public Health

    The Croatian Institute of Public Health published the latest recommendations in which they outline protocol regarding any guests that may exhibit Covid symptoms. Recommendations indicate that foreign tourists for which covid-19 is confirmed will immediately be transferred to the designated health facility, while domestic tourists with milder symptoms will...
  • GLOBETROTTER KIN

    Tourists generate 840,000 nights over extended weekend

    Tourists generated 842,659 nights over the June 19-22 extended weekend in Croatia and an average 210,000 stayed in the country per day, the National Tourist Board (HTZ) said on Tuesday. Domestic tourists accounted for 23% of the nights and foreigners for 77%. The most numerous foreigners were Germans, Slovenians,...
  • FOR CYCLING FANS New cycle station near Gospić

    With the aim of improving the public cycling infrastructure, the City of Gospić has built a new cycle rest station in Lički Osik. This new Cycle Station is well equipped with the essentials needed to keep cyclists on the go – a cycle repair station, a cycle canopy, a...
  • WITH TEN FLIGHTS Ryanair to fly to Zadar again as of July 1

    Ryanair has announced that it will reintroduce flights to Zadar as of July 1 with ten flights as part of its summer flight timetable. Announcing the reintroduction of flights to Zadar, Ryanair said that Croatia had restored international air traffic and motivated tourists to plan their summer vacation. Ryanair...