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Labin, Rabac & More Featured in Latest Edition of tipTravel

CroatiaThe latest edition of tipTravel magazine, the first Croatian online travel and tourism magazine, has just been released…

The team this edition brings you stories on mystical Labin and picturesque Rabac, the fragrant island of Lošinj and always attractive Opatija. They also present Sv. Nedelja and Sv. Ivan Zelina, events in the hills of Zagorje and in Zagreb, towns of Sisak, Daruvar and Đurđevac, where you will also find the “Croatian desert”. Readers can also Discover Amsterdam from the first-hand experience, and win tickets for summer festivals and shows in Croatia , guides/books, and get a discount for spectacular Dinner in the Sky®.

By clicking here you can download the latest edition in both English and Croatian via the iOS Newsstand application (free of charge).

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