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Croatia’s First Online Travel & Tourism Magazine Goes Live

The first Croatian online magazine on tourism and travel has gone live. tipTravel will take travellers and travel fans on a journey in each edition throughout Croatia and also around the world. The first edition (July-August), readers get introduced to Crikvenica, a popular tourist destination in the Kvarner Gulf, find out why the island of Ugljan, near Zadar, is ideal for a weekend vacation, and what attractions you should not miss out on while in Zagreb, the Croatian metropolis. There is even an interview with Croatia’s Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin. Check it out here. The online magazine, aimed at promoting Croatian tourism, is available in both Croatian and English.

 

 

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