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[VIDEO] Great Omiš Tourism Promo Video

Situated around 25 km southeast of Split and nestled between the Adriatic Sea and the Cetina river is the small historical town of Omiš. In the Middle Ages, Omiš was a well-known pirate town. With history and nature a plenty, there is lots to do there. With its famous rafting, climbing, ...

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Tourism in Croatia Up 22% in First 4 Months of 2017

A busy start to what is expected to be a record year for tourism in Croatia’s history. According to data from the eVisitor and eCrew (nautical) system, a total of 1.7 million tourists visited Croatia in the first four months of 2017, which is 22% more than in the same ...

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Preseason Tourism up 62% in Croatia

Many will remember the Easter holiday period in Croatia for long queues at border crossings. Many motorists had to wait up to 4 hours crossing the Slovenia-Croatia border as they arrived to spend Easter holidaying in Croatia. New strict controls at border crossings, which means all passengers must now have ...

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Međimurje: 10 Things to Check Out

By Iva Ralica Continental Croatia is being more and more recognised as another interesting tourist destination. Međimurje, the smallest and most densely populated Croatian county, is settled in Croatia’s northernmost part. It is a home to the first Adria Bike Hotel in our country, hidden roads that lead to the ...

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Pelješac Peninsula: 10 Things to Check Out

By Iva Ralica Pelješac, the second largest Croatian peninsula with a rich history dating back to the 7th century, stretches along the southern coast. Small hills and valleys are rich in vineyards and olive trees, which together with lemon and orange trees, create a perfect Mediterranean paradise. There is so ...

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[VIDEO] Karlobag – Art of Nature

A fantastic new tourism promo video for the historic and picturesque seaside town of Karlobag on Croatia’s Adriatic coast. Karlobag is located underneath the imposing Velebit mountain, overlooking the island of Pag, and is west of Gospić and south of Senj. The Gacka river also runs through the area. The ...

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Tourist Arrivals Up 20% in 2017

With over 16 million tourists visiting Croatia in 2016, a new record was set last year. Never in the country’s history has as many tourists visited in one year. The record however may be short-lived if the first two months of the year are anything to go by. Speaking on ...

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Dubrovnik Tourism Promo Film Named Among TOP 10 in the World

A short video promoting the popular Croatian destination of Dubrovnik has been named among the TOP 10 tourism films in the world. The Dubrovnik Tourist Board’s film ‘Dubrovnik and Time’, produced by BALDUČI FILM from Zagreb, beat hundreds of films from all over the world to be named one of ...

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10 Reasons to Visit Croatia in 2017

By Jason Gordon Croatia has become one of Europe’s top travel destinations in recent years. This charming country in Eastern Europe is filled with endless wonders and features attractions that people from all walks of life can appreciate. Here are 10 reasons why you should visit Croatia in 2017. 10. ...

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Record 2016: 16.3 Million Visitors to Croatia

Croatian tourism has had a record year in 2016. According to official statistics from the eVistor and eCrew (nautical) systems, a record 16.3 million tourists visited Croatia in 2016. The 16.3 million arrivals, which is around 2.2 million more than last year, created a record 91.3 million overnight stays, which ...

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