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Who Will Profit Most from New GUP?

Investors, project designers and construction companies appear to have all gotten what they wanted from the new Urban Development Master Plan (GUP) – the opportunity to build throughout Zagreb in a much less constricted way. The paper lists the...

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Travel & Tourism

Rixos Ambitious About Tourist Investment


The EUR 50 million renovation of Hotel Libertas in Dubrovnik is just the beginning for Turkish investors Libertas Rixos. The investment company now intends to invest a further EUR 200 million into hotel and resort facilities throughout Croatia.

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Black Sea could be dark horse of overseas property


Tourists are increasingly choosing to holiday in less traditional destinations, including areas around the Black Sea, according to new research. As tourists flock to these eastern European destinations, property market watchers are expecting that...

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Jevtusenkov Investing EUR 80 Million in Mljet


Russian-owned Adria Sistem plans to invest EUR 109 million in new tourist facilities on the island of Mljet. The deal may represent the largest greenfield investment in the tourist sector in the country so far. The plans are controversial because the...

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Record Late Season Boosts Tourist Figures


The tourist sector has reported a record season this year, which beats last year's record by some 3 percent, thanks mostly to excellent results reported in the post-season, especially in September. During the first nine months of the year, tourist...

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Tourist Association to Spend 220 Million


The paltry HRK 220 million the HTZ has budgeted for promotional and other expenses in 2007 will have to go a long way.

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Tourist Season Now Officially Successful


Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport, Development and Tourism Bozidar Kalmeta presented the results for the tourist season on Wednesday. According to the data, the season has been a success. In the first eight months, Croatia recorded 45.3 million...

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Conflicting Tourist Season Figures


Due to recent changes in statistical methodology, it is unclear how much money the tourist industry in Croatia really earns. The figures provided by the WTTC, HNB and DSZ differ from those calculated according to the TSA method and the conventional...

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Kompas Going after Istraturist


Last week, Kompas, the biggest Slovenian tourist agency, issued an offer to purchase 72 percent of Istraturist hotel and resort company of Umag, Istria, from Zagrebacka banka. The Slovenian company reportedly wants to set up a consortium of strategic...

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30.08.2006., the biggest Croatian association of tourist agencies, has bought the major Slovenian tourist agency Kompas in a friendly takeover. The managements of both companies have ambitious plans for the future.

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Interview with Minister of Transport and Tourism Bozidar Kalmeta


Minister of Transport and Tourism Bozidar Kalmeta is very satisfied with this year's tourist season - both in terms of the overall number of tourists and the results of state owned transport companies. He comments on high prices, the increase in the...

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Tourists Satisfied


Research conducted by Visa International shows that 78 percent of foreign tourists visited Croatia because of the natural beauty of the country. More importantly for the credit card company was the fact that 87 percent of those surveyed considered the...

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Improvisation Killing Dubrovnik


Branding is LIDER’s answer to Dubrovnik’s reportedly disappointing tourist season. Media pan the city for relying on improvisation for everything from traffic regulation to entertainment, and insist the city must do more to justify its...

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Hotel CEO Recalled over Gay Tourists?


While an official report claims Stefan Hilger, the manager of the newly renovated Hotel Riva on the Island Hvar is in constant conflict with the local population and his own staff, and incompetent, insiders claim Hilger is being ostracized because of...

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Car Theft Ring Targets Tourists


Police in Rijeka have broken a well-organized ring of car thieves who have been preying on naïve tourists over the summer, stealing their expensive automobiles to sell on the black market in Serbia. Audi and VW automobiles were the cars of choice...

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Will Bad Weather Hit Tourist Revenue?


A record number of tourists leave tourist companies confident that the end of the summer season will be as successful as the earlier months. Though heavy rainfall in Istria could affect overall numbers, hotel operators along the coastline are at...

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Russians Discovering Adriatic


Croatia has become a very popular destination for Russians, according to tourist projections for this year. In fact, new charter flights have had to be introduced. Russian investors also appear to be discovering Croatia.

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RyanAir in Istria


It is finally official -- RyanAir will arrive to Croatia. The budget airline will start London-Pula flights as of 31 October, three times a week, year-round. Fares should be as low as EUR 19.- one way.

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Instant weekend: Zagreb


The crowds haven’t invaded Croatia’s quirky capital yet — but it can only be a matter of time, says Richard Green. It feels like Budapest or Cracow did after they’d been spruced up, but before they were overrun by western brands...

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Golf In Croatia


An article recently published in the South East European Times, details Croatia's emergence in the world of golf. Currently Croatia has only seven operational golf courses around the country, but 35 additional locations have been earmarked for...

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Scottish Tourists to Croatia hit by change of flight schedules


A report in the Evening Times has brought to light problems facing Scottish tourists travelling to Pula this summer. Flyglobepan has announced that it is been forced to combine to Glasgow and Edinburgh flights to Pula, Istria becasue Pula airport does...

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