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Osijek in Croatia as gateway to Slavonia

From April 4 British travellers will have the opportunity to fly to another European destination about which they know very little, and which they will undoubtedly struggle to pronounce – Osijek, the latest addition to the map of the continent, as drawn up by the low-cost carrier Ryanair. Osijek is in fact in Croatia, a country best known for its astonishingly beautiful Adriatic coastline and, for younger travellers, its beach-side summer music festivals.   This route, however, opens up the lesser-known far eastern part of the country, the region known as Slavonia, and a central European city from which it is very easy…

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Spend your Easter holidays in Croatia

Spring has finally arrived, the sun is warm and temperatures are rising. This simply calls for the break from work duties, short break before the summer holidays. Our desire is to help you find accommodation for your spring vacation in Croatia, taking into consideration your every desire and according to your needs. On our site you will find high quality accommodation that will suit your requirements.   Choose your accommodation from our offer and experience an unforgettable experience on the Adriatic coast in a special way to get to know all the memorable parts of the Croatian beauty and wealth. Experience an…

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Zagreb - second best european destination

At the freshly finished online competition for the best European destination that was organized by the European Best Destinations organization, Zagreb won the second place!    Described at cheap, cheerful and amusing, Zagreb took the second place in the European Best Destinations list with 10.8% of the vote.  Voters loved the old town squares, the funicular rides and the friendly locals.   Zagreb Tourist Board is extremely pleased with this success, which shows that not only the profession, but also the public exposes and appreciates the qualities of Zagreb and considers this result to be a special recognition for the hard and masterful work…

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Dubrovnik - the first Croatian airport to feature air bridges

In 2013, Croatia Airlines accounted for 25.6% of all passengers using the airport, followed by easyJet with a distant 10%. London (all airports) was the busiest route in and out of Dubrovnik while domestic flights to Zagreb came second.    With fewer nonstop flights offered by Croatia Airlines, which now transfers more of its Dubrovnik passengers through Zagreb, the route is expected to continue to see its numbers increase.   On a more positive note, Dubrovnik will become the first Croatian airport to feature air bridges, connecting aircraft directly with the terminal building. The airport will begin setting up the new air bridges this…

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Helicopter Day Trips from Hvar to Dubrovnik

Island Hvar introduced two additions to its lively tourism scene - helicopter transfers and day trips to Dubrovnik and private plane transfers direct to Hvar’s small airport. Flight time in this four-seater helicopter to Ćilipi airport is just one hour and departures are from the Stari Grad airfield.    The price of a day trip, including transfer to the Hvar airfield, flight to Dubrovnik airport, return from Dubrovnik airport and transfer back to your starting point is 1,600 Euros which is 533 Euros per person if you are going in a group of four which is a maximum of travelers.   This is a good opportunity for those who are renting…

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The health benefits of the sea

Most of you may know that natural, unrefined Sea Salt has some kind of health benefits for you and your family. Not only swimming, but eating with food, sea salt can aid in stimulating the salivary glands which is an important first step in the digestion process.    Since, it is summer time and most of the contact with salty water is bathing in the sea and swimming, did you know how good that is for you? If you've ever wondered why we always sleep more soundly after spending the day on the beach, it's because of the sea air. Sea air…

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Croatia is now an EU member

It has been three days since Croatia joined European union. Did you know that? So if you are from EU country you have a now officially lost every reason not to visit Croatia! You should take a chance and visit our beautiful coast, try our dishes, meet the locals. To get the real Croatian experience we advise you to stay with the locals, to rent an apartment in your place of choosing. Hotels are also fine but you can get so much more from private accommodation. Our offers are detailed and with pictures and we provide a direct contact with the…

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Why visit Croatia?

We think Croatia is one of the most beautiful places on Earth that gets overlooked far too often. When you think of a Mediterranean vacation, your mind probably jumps immediately to Greece or Italy but I promise you that Croatia can offer all the beauty and history of those countries and even more. Croatia is more than just some war torn country that Dr. Luka Kovac came from on the TV show ER.  History One of the most interesting parts of Croatia’s history starts in 9 AD when it became part of the Roman Empire. In the city of Split sits Diocletian’s Palace, a palace built by…

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Dogs on the beach? See where

Whether or not your pup is allowed on a beach depends on the preferences of local municipalities. While most public beaches don’t allow dogs, Croatia nonetheless does have a number of places where you can bring your pooch.   The island of Losinj, in the North Adriatic, has as many as eight dog-friendly beaches. On Cres, you can take your dog to the Kovacine Camp and ACI Marina as well as the Gavza Resort. Between Opatija and Icici is Punta kolovi beach, which happily welcomes canines big and small. While in Lovran man’s best friend can do the doggie paddle along the…

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Visit AstroFest in Istria

On 21 June, the summer solstice, all enthusiasts of astronomy come together at the hill near the famous Tičan observatory (near Višnjan). The day with the shortest night in the year which, many a legend would have it, is linked to numerous mystic beliefs, is celebrated in a special way. AstroFest is an all-night program of music and performing arts commencing with the last sun rays in the evening and ending with the first sun rays in the morning, accompanied by the hypnotic rhythm of drums. Astrofest is a unique event that is proving very attractive for lovers of the skies,…

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