Wednesday, 13 September 2017

New Year in Dubrovnik: Dino Merlin On Stradun?

Is Dino Merlin coming to Dubrovnik for New Year?

Sunday, 5 February 2017

The Argument for Dubrovnik as a City Break

A long-standing argument that has been brought up by a great many people, for a very long time.

Monday, 23 January 2017

18th Dubrovnik Carnival Coming Soon

The traditional Dubrovnik Carnival is set to round off the Dubrovnik Winter Festival's 2017 schedule this February.

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Winter is Coming: A Snowy Morning in Dubrovnik

At 7.00 this morning, Dubrovnik measured minus 3.2 degrees Celsius.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Tourist Board of Dubrovnik Targeted Holidays for Record Results in November

After record-breaking results at the height of the tourist season and reaching 3 million arrivals for the first time in history, Dubrovnik, as a leading Croatian tourist brand, continues to record excellent tourist traffic. This year there was even a significant growth in tourist traffic in November, reaching numbers that have never before been recorded during this month.

Friday, 25 November 2016

Advent in Croatia: Top 5 Christmas Advents You Won't Want to Miss

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and TCN is here to bring you some of the best ways to celebrate the holiday season. While it’s never easy choosing, here are some of the best Christmas Advents taking place in Croatia this year.

Friday, 11 November 2016

Dubrovnik Winter Festival: Visit the Pearl of the Adriatic in Winter

For all the time I have lived in Dubrovnik, I have scratched my head at the sight of the sheer amount of tourists who flock into this tiny city in summer, and only in summer. Temperatures soar to intolerable heights, traffic jams stretch as far as the eye can see and walking in the Old Town resembles walking through a snake pit. Come Autumn, all those people are gone, come winter, its a ghost town. Visit in winter and enjoy Dubrovnik for what it really is, no Game of Thrones, no Star Wars, no cattle herdi ...sorry, walking tours, and much less crowds.

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