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Korčula Island Focus in Latest Issue of tipTravel Magazine

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The latest edition of tipTravel magazine, the first Croatian online travel and tourism magazine, is out now in German, Croatian and English…

Korčula Island is the main topic of the latest edition, with tips for excursions to the islands of Mljet and Lastovo. Inside there is also a story on unique traditional jewelry of the very south of Croatia loved in Hollywood, about Vukovar-Srijem County, Zagreb County’s cheese and wine roads, an interview with Minister of Tourism Anton Kliman and a story about equestrian tourism in Bjelovar-Bilogora County. There are also tips for travelling with children, the world’s Top 10 beaches and more in the latest edition.

Click on the magazine below to read the latest edition online.

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