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How Croatia has become a thriving MICE venue

A beautiful and peaceful destination located in the heart of Europe, Croatia has plenty to offer business and leisure travellers alike

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik’s unique history and rich cultural background mean that every event organiser is sure to find something to suit their needs

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EU Horizons

Croatia is months away from joining the EU, despite continuing discontent among certain sections of society. We investigate what accession might mean for the former Yugoslav state

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Croatia’s national carrier

if you are planning a business trip to Croatia or simply wish to spend your vacation exploring the country’s natural beauty and cultural heritage, the best way to start your journey is aboard the aircraft of the flag carrier – Croatia airlines

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One in a million

Croatia may soon become the youngest member of the European Union, but its capital city is an old hand when it comes to mastering the arts. Welcome to Zagreb, business destinations’ Best Destination for Cultural Tourism in Europe, 2011

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Delightful distractions

Blissfully situated around the Mediterranean and central Europe, a business trip to Croatia is fraught with distractions from the office: here are the top five

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Croatian class

Business guests come with high expectations; Adriatic Luxury Hotels has the infrastructure and skilled staff to satisfy

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Croatian culture embraces state

Croatia offers all the advantages of Europe with none of the disadvantages of the Euro. Catherine Quinn discovers what this destination has to offer business travellers

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Rolling Rovinj

There’s a little piece of Italy to be found on the coastal tip of Croatia’s crescent. The picturesque Rovinj – part ancient port, part leisurely paced tourist resort – huddles its Old Town on the rocky hill of its peninsular and crowns it with the jutting tower of the church of St. Euphemia (or Sveta Fuma), which respectfully emulates the famous tower of St. Mark’s Square in Venice. Jennifer Bradly reports

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Dubrovnik

With a long and glorious history built largely on the fortunes of its port, Dubrovnik once rivalled Venice as the premier maritime city on the Medieval Adriatic. An earthquake in 1667 levelled much of it but there are still a number of surviving Renaissance flourishes, including an impressive cathedral, while the baroque Old Town is […]

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Croatia

Croatia’s warm Mediterranean climate and 18,000km coastline has made it one of the top twenty tourist destinations in the world. Inland, it maintains something of a schizophrenic identity – Roman, Ottoman, Venetian and Soviet influences beneath a newly cosmopolitan feel have made it one of the trendiest countries of the 21st century. Few cities are […]

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