Sunday, 11 December 2016

Unique Stone on Baljenac Island a Candidate for UNESCO Cultural Heritage

The stone that resembles the look of lace on the island of Baljenac could soon be registered under UNESCO Cultural Heritage.

Monday, 24 October 2016

From Hvar to Napa and Silicon Valleys: Story of the Konoba Told in California

Miki Bratanić, author, poet, and volunteer cultural ambassador, took his story about the humble Dalmatian konoba from the small village of Vrbanj on Hvar, all the way to the Napa and Silicon Valleys of California.


Monday, 26 September 2016

Plitvice Lakes and Dubrovnik Endangered by Mass Tourism

Even UNESCO is threatening sanctions.

Sunday, 4 September 2016

The Top 5 Must-See Things in Stari Grad

In honor of Stari Grad’s 2400 years of foundation, we thought we’d bring you the top 5 “must-see” things in this beautiful old town, as chosen by the Tourist Board of Stari Grad.

Saturday, 16 July 2016

UNESCO Includes “Stećci” Tombstones on the World Heritage List

After a six-year procedure, 30 necropoles of “stećci” tombstones from Croatia and neighbouring countries have been included on the World Heritage List.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

New XII Century Heritage Hotel in Trogir

A building that originated from the 12th century has been fully transformed into the four star XII Century Heritage Hotel, a new boutique hotel in the port of Trogir.

Monday, 4 July 2016

UNESCO Tour of Croatia

When it comes to tailor made and unique experiences, Vetus Itinera Travel Agency has just about the most exclusive options for you to partake in. A leader in innovative travel, we are here to bring you one of their most unparalleled tours yet - a UNESCO tour of Croatia.

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

"Hvar / An UNESCO Island" Tonight in Stari Grad

Today June 8, from 21h-00h at the Stari Grad Museum, “Hvar / An UNESCO Island” will finally be shown back in Stari Grad!

Monday, 18 April 2016

Construction of Golf Park Dubrovnik to Start in October?

After years of debate, golf park on Srđ is apparently getting the green light while new UNESCO findings will significantly change construction zones in Dubrovnik.

Thursday, 11 February 2016

The New Interactive Centre Klis Presented to UNESCO in Dubrovnik

One of the very ambitious projects in Klis - the planned Interactive Centre Klis was presented by the Klis Mayor Jakov Vetma to UNESCO representatives from Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina in Dubrovnik few days ago.

(photos: Jakov Vetma FB page)

The centre should be built at the current spaces of the Klis tourist board, where the rich history of Klis, cultural heritage, wine and gastronomy of the region should be presented with the help of holograms.

It will be a great addition to the Klis offer as a tourism destination, where the Klis fortress is breaking all records in visits and opening itself up as new hit destination not only among visitors from Split.



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