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Zagreb’s open-hearted people are the pulse of the country

Zagreb, the capital of the Republic of Croatia, is one of the oldest European cities and is yet one of Europe’s youngest metropolises.

Zagreb Tourism showcases the spirit of the town of Dolac

ZAGREB, Croatia – On Friday, June 10, starting at 10:00 am, the Zagreb Tourist Board, in cooperation with the City Office for Agriculture, officially launched the project “Countrywomen from Dolac.

Zagreb Tourist Board brings dance evenings to life

ZAGREB, Croatia – The Zagreb Tourist Board organized an event, “Dance Evenings,” at Zrinjevac Park, as part of the “Zagreb Time Machine” project, which began on Friday, July 1.

Zagreb films win awards at International Tourism Film Festival

ZAGREB, Croatia – Promotional movies “Zagreb, Zagreb“ and “Moonlight sonata Zagreb,“ were awarded the Grand prix Italia prize in the category of tourist spot, at the just completed 47th Inte

Streets of Zagreb full of entertainment

ZAGREB, Croatia - As of April 16, the squares and streets of Zagreb will, once again, be filled with song and dance and promenade concerts and a variety of other events will be held in Zagreb as part

Tourism in Zagreb on the upswing

ZAGREB, Croatia – In June 2011, Zagreb saw 68,594 tourist visits and 115,283 overnight stays, which marked a 21% increase in visits and a 24% increase in overnight stays in respect to 2010 when the

Zagreb – the most promising new destination

ZAGREB, Croatia – The Zagreb Tourist Board presented Zagreb at the TTF & OTM (Travel Tourism Fair & Outbound Travel Mart, www.ttfotm.com ) fair, which was held in Mumbai (India) from February 18–2

UNWTO and Croatia strengthen collaboration

UNWTO and Croatia have agreed to further advance sustainable tourism and maximize its contribution to economic growth, job creation, and development in the country.

Croatia train derails, killing 6

A two-car, high-speed train carrying about 90 passengers derailed near the village of Rudine in southern Croatia today, Friday, July 24, killing six people and injuring at least 55, officials said.