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Saturday, 18 February 2023

Looking for a Job in Croatia? This Week's Top 10 from (February 18, 2023)

February 18, 2023 - Looking for a job in Croatia? A new weekly feature on TCN, in partnership with leading job site agency,, who present a selection of weekly job listings. How hard is it to find a job in Croatia, and what is on offer? We spoke to Ines Bokan, director of leading jobs site, who kindly took the time for this excellent interview overview.   This week's top 10 jobs from Studenac d.o.o. is hiring a Senior specialist in organization and data management (m/f). Place of work Omiš. We offer you support from colleagues and managers…
Sunday, 29 May 2022

Flights to Dubrovnik: United Touches Down from New York 1 Month Earlier than 2021

May 29, 2022 - A boost for tourism in Dubrovnik, as the first United Air Lines flight from New York landed yesterday,  a month earlier than last year.   Things are starting to return to a semblance of normal.  The important North American tourism market, long in love with the majesty of Dubrovnik, is beginning to reengage with the Pearl of the Adriatic after the COVID-19 interruption. Last year, Dubrovnik was connected to New York directly for the first time, but not one but two major carriers - Delta and United. So happy were United with the new route that they…
Monday, 5 October 2020

Luxury Social Distancing on Remote Hvar Residential Peninsula Complex

October 6, 2020 - With the prospect of winter lockdowns a distinct reality, meet the remote Hvar residential complex near Stari Grad which provides a comfortable alternative for remote workers.  There is a hidden part of the island of Hvar which is very central, spectacularly beautiful, and rarely visited. Just 2 minutes by car from the town of Stari Grad, home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest towns in Croatia.  A hidden part of Hvar which is both remote and accessible, full of protected natural beauty, just two small villages, and endless isolated bays and…
Sunday, 13 September 2020

Croatian Sculptor Spends Hours Liberating his Piece "Vodan"

September 13, 2020 - The Croatian media reported about the sculpture near the Sava river earlier this year, in January. Now it's back in the news, as its author had to do more work on the favorite piece.  Robert Zdarilek (65) is a Croatian sculptor who spent years creating the sculpture right next to the Sava river, close to the iconic Hendrix Bridge in Zagreb (we've written about that bridge previously). During one of his regular walks along the Sava, he found one of the rocks from an old bridge protruding from the mud and decided to turn it into…
Saturday, 29 February 2020

Let's Take a Walk Along the Črnomerec Creek

February 29, 2020 - Last year, we wrote about the attempts by the members of civil societies to save the Črnomerec creek from building a road over it, and create a green oasis in the city around it. The portion of the creek which is in danger of being destroyed is south of the Ilica street and all the way down to the Jarun Lake. Today, we take you on a walk along the northern portion of the creek, north of Ilica, and towards the Medvednica hill. On a graphic posted below (which I found on Spasimo potok Črnomerec FB…
Thursday, 24 October 2019

Another Line of Credit for Sljeme Cable Car Construction?

Much has been said in the Croatian media about the ambitious plans for the construction of the Sljeme cable car, which was supposed to replace the old, now defunct, cable car. The old Sljeme cable car (Sljemenska žičara) operated between 1963 and 2007, when it was permanently closed. And practically since its shut-down, Mayor Bandić has been announcing the construction of the new, improved cable car which would take citizens of Zagreb and the tourists to the top of the Medvednica mountain, located just to the North of Zagreb. Last year the old pillars were removed, and this year the…
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