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[22 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The British Daily Mail has recently published an article under the title «The six most beautiful things you must experience in Croatia», in which it says how Croatia is ready to become one of the most popular short stay destinations of the year. In the article’s introduction, readers are reminded that Lonely Planet proclaimed Istria one of the best tourist destinations of 2011, and that it is only one of the stops in Croatia – a country outside of the euro zone, which is not expensive.
On the list of …

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[10 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

Did you know that the last European witch was burned at the steak in Zagreb during the dark middle ages? Why and where were they burned, did they stand trial and which traditions accompanied this dark deed? All of these questions are important parts of Zagreb`s history which tourists can from now re-live as participants of the latest sightseeing tour under the name «Vještičje Kolo» (Dance of the Witches). Participants of this program will literally be dragged into the mysterious witch hunt, just like between the 14th and the 18th …

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[10 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

Kutina is among the first Croatian cities which have its own electronic guide. ‘Adria Guide Kutina’ introduces sites, tourist contents and gastronomy offers through 55 points of interest. Along with all the information about the 55 locations, the application guides tourists to their desired destination. The electronic guide can be used on GPS navigation devices, as well as i phones and smart mobile phones.
Kutina is located only a few kilometres from the swamp empire of Lonjsko Polje and the heavenly beauty of the winegrowing slopes of Moslavina Mountain. Kutina tells …

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[10 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The first private museum in Croatia, the Marton Museum, has relocated to Zagreb`s Upper Town, to Kulmer Palace, on St. Catherine`s Square, after existing for eight years in the town of Samobor. The former aristocratic apartment on the first floor of the late Baroque palace, which has up until recently been used by the contemporary art museum of Zagreb, is the ideal new home for the Marton Museum. The grand interior of the space superbly communicates with exhibits from the second half of the 18th and the first half of …

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[9 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

“The Croatian capital is an excellent weekend destination”, was recently published in the French daily newspaper Le Figaro.
Zagreb with its double identity – a unique blend of Slavic and Mediterranean culture of life presents a unique picture that should definitely be discovered. Its traditional appearance, the history of the city and its unique flavor, according to the newspaper Le Figaro, have in recent years been enriched by an important novelty – a magnificent building of the Museum of Contemporary Art, because of which Zagreb should be taken seriously as the …

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[9 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

As part of the revitalization program, a replica of the largest Austro-Hungarian prison, located in Brno (Czech Republic) has been opened in Brod Fortress. There were not many interventions in the arrangement of the prison space. Everything was done authentically and reclaimed bricks were used without plastering. The construction involved only the partition walls for solitary confinement, the prison guard and the torture chamber. The replica of the Austro-Hungarian prison is one in a series of the living history program that has been conceived and realized by the Tourist Board …

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[8 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The Channel of St. Ante in Šibenik, one of the most beautiful parts of the Adriatic coast and one of the most glamorous sea entrances into the town, will finally become available to citizens and tourists. The left side of the Channel of St. Ante has been fenced off by barbed wire and forbidden to the public for decades. Rarely had anyone set foot on this part of the channel but thanks to the project of the Public institution for regulation of protected natural heritage of the Šibenik-Knin county, this …

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[8 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

Osijek is the first town in Croatia which has a telephone tour guide. This is a unique guide for individual walks through the town with expert guidance received by dialling a specific telephone number. Along with the guide, the caller is offered an additional 350 items, so beside a telephone walk through 14 different locations and the most important buildings and monuments, the caller can listen to the most famous compositions by Osijek`s singers and composers, stories about the most famous residents of Osijek, short stories from the history of …