Category Archives: Tourism

Politico Interview with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on Covid-19

The above interview, covering various aspects of Croatia’s experience with the current pandemic, can be found here. However, it is oddly structured and is interrupted by paragraphs on other news items, so be sure to scroll down a little when … Continue reading

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Webinar: The Future of Travel in Croatia

The Croatian Cultural Society of Minnesota recently held an informative webinar with Mindful Travel Croatia, covering a number of travel and tourism issues with Croatia especially in light of Covid-19. It can be seen here.

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Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on CNN

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković appeared on CNN’s ‘Quest Means Business’ programme on Monday. He discussed with host Richard Quest Croatia’s tourist season in light of the Covid-19 risks. It was reported on extensively in Croatian media. The full interview … Continue reading

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News: Croatian Government set up a Website to Help Foreign Citizens enter Croatia

The Croatian government has set up a website to help foreign citizens provide the information that is needed to enter Croatia.

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News: Tourists Slowly Start to Return to Croatia

The Croatian National Tourist Board is reporting that due to the progress of Croatia in dealing with Covid-19, its borders are slowly opening for tourist. Currently entry is allowed for owners of real estate and vessels, who must confirm ownership … Continue reading

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Q and A with Daria Reić, Director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in London

  Questions by Brian Gallagher International tourism has been affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. We spoke with Daria Reić, director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in London about the impact on Croatia.

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Zagreb Tourist Board Launches New Campaign

Zagreb has taken a double hit recently, not only from Covid-19, but also from an earthquake that struck on 22 March. In response, the Zagreb Tourist Board has launched a new social media campaign to maintain contact and interest between … Continue reading

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20 Webcams to Keep You in Touch with Croatia

We can’t go to Croatia right now due to Covid-19, but on the Croatian Language School website, CBR Editor Brian Gallagher has put together a list of 20 webcams across the country. You can see and visit Croatia live on … Continue reading

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News: Webinar – The Post Corona Business Reality: How Can Croatia Better Prepare for It

The Centre for the Renewal of Culture and Crodiaspora recently held a joint webinar discussing the business and economic situation in Croatia in light of the Covid-19 crisis. See it here (via Facebook).

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Interview with TV producer and Travel Expert Ashley Colburn

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher recently interviewed Ashley Colburn, who produced the Emmy Award wining travel documentary ‘WOW Croatia’ and has returned to Croatia many times since. The interview can be seen at the Croatian Language School website here.

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