Sunday, 22 September 2019

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Dubrovnik has once again found itself on an international list, this time in the top fifty most beautiful world cities. The Canadian travel agency, Flight Network, has just released a…
2019 looks like being a record breaking year for Croatia’s airports with eleven million passengers expected to pass through them. In 2018 a grand total 10.5 million passengers travelled through…
American Airlines' summer service to Dubrovnik will last about a month longer next year, until late October. The airline had already announced that interest and ticket sales for the new…
In July the average take-home pay in Croatia amounted to 6,420 Kuna (€869), or 2.3 percent up from the same month the year before, the State statistics bureau reported on…
The Croatia capital, Zagreb, will soon have a new statue of an iconic world politician and civil rights activist, Mahatma Gandhi. The Zagreb City Council have approved a plan this…
Zagreb, Split and Rijeka entrepreneurs achieved the highest consolidated net profits last year and are among the top 10 cities with the highest earnings. The list by the Financial Agency…
Croatian Prime Minister, Andrej Plenkovic, has stated that Croatia is ready and prepared for Brexit. "We have adopted the necessary laws to get Croatia prepared for (Brexit)," said the premier.…

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