• The Underwater Wine Cellars Of Croatia

    Dalmatia is known for its mussels, oysters, and fish sourced directly from the waters, and is a stunning discovery that many tourists have not yet explored, reports forbes.com. Hidden within the town of Drače, located between Ston and Orebić, is the country’s first underwater winery. Edivo Vina winery was created beneath...
  • Early booking campaign in Germany encourages almost 20 million HRK worth of reservations

    In the period from February to May this year, the Croatian National Tourist Board conducted a campaign on the German market to encourage early booking, and the results achieved are more than excellent, given that 1.3 million HRK invested in advertising generated new provisions worth 19,5 million HRK, reports...
  • British Airways increases number of weekly flights to Split

    At the beginning of June, British Airways significantly increased the number of weekly flights to Split. In June, it will offer as many as 45 return flights between the two London and Split Airport, reports htz.hr. British Airways will operate between Heathrow and Split daily in June, and two flights...
  • Nearly eight million new Travel & Tourism jobs to be created in Europe within the next decade

    The World Travel & Tourism Council’s latest Economic Impact Report (EIR) reveals Europe’s Travel & Tourism sector is expected to create nearly eight million new jobs within the next decade, reports wttc.org. The forecast from the World Travel & Tourism Council, which represents the global Travel & Tourism private...
  • Condé Nast Traveller and Telegraph present the most interesting islands in the Adriatic

    British media Condé Nast Traveler and Telegraph specialize in lifestyle topics and travel, published two articles about the most beautiful Croatian islands that provide a unique synergy of tradition, history and a relaxed lifestyle, said Darija Reić, director of the CNTB Office in London, reports htz.hr. The article in...
  • Influencers and bloggers promoting nautical tourism and Croatian islands

    Influencers, bloggers and YouTubers from Austria, Germany, Great Britain, France and Sweden cruised through central and southern Dalmatia from June 11 to 18 and visited its most attractive locations such as Split, Makarska, the islands of Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Mljet, Šipana, and in the very end, they saw...
  • Wineyard hiking trails in Croatia

    At 253 meters above sea level, it is not the highest, but it is the easternmost checkpoint of the Croatian Mountaineering Bypass. Skandala is located in the heart of the Srijem vineyards on the magical Fruška gora above Ilok, reports poslovni.hr. Of the six new marked and traced hiking trails, as...
  • Tourism recovery: restrictions ease and confidence returns

    Tourism continues to recover at a strong pace. Globally, destinations welcomed almost three times as many international arrivals in the first quarter of 2022 as in the same period of 2021, with Europe leading the sector’s rebound, reports unwto.org. According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, international tourism saw...
  • A new water park is being built in Croatia – Dalmaland!

    Croatia gets a unique place of entertainment that combines thematic and water attractions modeled on world entertainment centers. With such a unique entertainment world, Croatia will be next to only a few countries in Europe and the world, reports vecernji.hr. In the Fun Park Biograd, the construction of a...