Croatia More Accessible Than Ever – Discover Croatia’s Regions
Until recently, Croatia has often passing under the meeting & incentive industry’s radar, however it is quickly becoming a more and more desirable destination within Europe. With recognition growing annually, it is beginning to emerge as a top meeting & incentive destination both for European and overseas clientele. More and more guests have witnessed and experienced its magical beauty along with its world known hospitality.
One of the biggest challenges in becoming a trendy world wide – and “must” – meeting and incentive destination for many years now has been fairly poor selection of flight connections, especially for those flying to Croatia from long haul destinations overseas. In recent years this is starting to change and beginning this March, we as a destination are very happy to announce that Croatia is becoming more accessible to potential clients internationally.
Zagreb– the capital of Croatia
Pula – Istria– the capital of Istria peninsula
Split – Dalmatia– the capital of Dalmatia, and
Dubrovnik– the pearl of Adriatic,
In an addition new significant investments are taking place in all airports infrastructure on four major international airports in Croatia.
A new destination for business travelers, Croatia’s capital, with almost a million citizens, offers a wide variety of venues, drawing on the area’s natural beauty and long history.
Explore the roads of Istria, taking you throughout vineyards and olive orchards, red plains and green valleys, modest little towns and rich sea resorts.
The island also has a more serious side with its architecture and beautiful nature ideal for elegant cocktails, gala dinners and private concert performances in idyllic surroundings.
The Pearl of Adriatic has been a must see destination for meetings & incentives travelers. Dubrovnik is a UNESCO listed World Heritage site. This unique city offers a wide variety of hotels, venues, activities and shore excursions all centralized around this beautifully preserved medieval walled city.