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CROATIAN GOVERNMENT RECOGNISES MONTENEGRO

CROATIAN GOVERNMENT RECOGNISES MONTENEGRO

This is a very good news for travel around Croatia, Montenegro and Adriatic coast – Croatian government today recognised Montenegro. Lot of people who travel around Croatia visit Montenegro too. After this announcement, we expect better transport connections and cooperation between our two neighbouring countries for benefit of everyone 🙂 …

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More Indian tourists in Croatia ?

More Indian tourists in Croatia ?

According to Daily Indian Newspapers New Kerala, ‘Honeymooners and other tourists from India intending to visit Croatia this summer have good news. They can get visa on arrival in the beautiful country if they hold multiple-entry visas to any European country,’ said president of the Indian Association of Tour Operators …

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M/S Dalmatia is not going to Sail this year

M/S Dalmatia is not going to Sail this year

According to Croatian daily newspapers “Slobodna Dalmacija”, the Cruise Adriatic’s ship “m/s Dalmacija” did not start yesterday, as scheduled, with it’s traditional summer cruises along Adriatic Coast. The latest news from Uljanik Shipmanagement, the owner of m/s Dalmatia, is ship is indeed not going to cruise in 2006 at all. …

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Another Successful Tourist Season is Expected in Croatia

Another Successful Tourist Season is Expected in Croatia

The director of the Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) has assessed that the number of arrivals of tourists during the Easter holidays gives the country a reason to expect a successful year as regards tourism. “The Easter holidays have passed in a positive tourist atmosphere, which is the best herald …

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Croatia’s Tourism Has Great Potential – Austrian Minister

Croatia's Tourism Has Great Potential - Austrian Minister

Croatia has great potential in tourism, Austrian Economy and Labour Minister Martin Bartenstein told a news briefing in Vienna on Tuesday at the end of a two-day conference on tourism. The conference, called “Tourism and Culture – A Key to Development and Employment in Europe”, pooled tourism ministers from European …

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Great Britain lifts visa regime for Croatia

Great Britain lifts visa regime for Croatia

According to several information sources, including BBC, after almost 7 years the United Kingdom visa regime for Croatia will be lifted on 22 March 2006. From 22.03.06 Croatian citizens travelling to Great Britain will not require a visa, but would have to obtain a visa if their sojourn exceeded six months. Transit …

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Travel News and Articles of Croatia – 2005

26.12.05 : ON-LINE MUSEUM OF OLD, DISCARDED PHOTOS INTRODUCES E-CARD SERVICE(Hina) The first Internet museum of old and discarded photographs has introduced a new service — sending personalised e-cards, authors of the Skarabej project said in a statement last week: http://www.skarabej.com The e-cards feature photographs of daily life of unknown people …

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Press Articles about Travel to Croatia – 2004

26.12.04 – Wim Wenders – On Adriatic Coast – I am doing some research for my disertation of my final year of art school and just found this amazing photo by famous photographer and film maker Wim Wenders ( Paris Texas, Buena Vista Social Club … ) This is a …

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Croatia: Hyatt Targets Hotels

Interest in the privatisation and investments in Dubrovnik-based hotels was expressed by famous international hotel chain Hyatt and one of the leading US investment groups Blackstone, ‘CT’ reports. Their representatives would be arriving in Dubrovnik in the middle of June, which is a direct result of the twinning project between …

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