Sljeme Zagreb Croatia

Sljeme Ski Resort Croatia

Although Zagreb is not normally associated with winter sports, you can ski right outside town at Sljeme, the main peak of Mt Medvednica. Croatian capital can boast with having a ski resort situated only about 20 minutes car ride from the city center. Sljeme is the highest point of the area, at 1,035 metres high […]

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Advent in Zagreb officially opened

Advent in Zagreb was officially opened on Saturday by Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and Zagreb Mayor Milan Bandić who together lit the first advent candle on Ban Jelačić Square. The opening was attended by President of the Croatian Parliament, Gordan Jandroković and Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli and numerous citizens of Zagreb and their guests. […]

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The new promotional video by Croatian national tourist board was successfully presented in London

During the second day of the World Travel Market (WTM), and within the Croatian stand, the Croatian National Tourist Board premiered its new promotional video. Approximately 200 participants attended the video premiere, among which were numerous partners, co-exhibitors, and representatives of foreign and national media. The new promotional video was filmed in various well-known locations […]

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Marija Bistrica Church

Marija Bistrica Croatia’s largest pilgrimage

The red-roofed village of Marija Bistrica on the slopes of Medvednica mountain in Krapina-Zagorje county is the largest and most important pilgrimage site in Croatia. What steals the show here is the Marija Bistrica Church, with its Black Madonna statue, and The Stations of the Cross path up Calvary Hill. Marija Bistrica is about 40 […]

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bike trails in croatia

Eight cycling trails through Croatia that you have to try

Croatia has many cycling trails that offer something for everyone – flat landscapes for easy driving or challenging challenges, numerous sights and places to refresh, and beautiful nature of each of them. Find out which are some of the best tracks and evaluate what’s up for you! Pannonian basin for beginners Track length: 12.4 km […]

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Hum Istria

Istrian Pearls – From Roč to Hum through Aleja Glagoljaša

We only see how small of a country Croatia is when we look at it on the world map. Only a tiny, coloured piece on the map is a small piece of land where there are many cultural, natural, geographical and gastronomic attractions, which today’s travellers deem extremely important when they are getting to know […]

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CNN Places Dubrovnik Among Best Medieval Walled Cities

CNN delves deeper into Dubrovnik’s history, placing the Pearl of the Adriatic among the best preserved medieval walled cities in the world. It isn’t really news to state that many old cities were once walled, London included. As the years and centuries passed, with wars, conflicts and just time itself, the majority of these imposing […]

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