Croatian National Tourist Office

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Croatian National Tourist Office
350 Fifth Avenue Suite 4003
New York, NY
10118
United States

Phone: 212-279-8672
Fax: 800-829-4416
Email: cntony@earthlink.net

About Us:
Croatia - The pearl of the Adriatic - is located on the crossroads of Central and Eastern Europe, on the beautiful Adriatic coast. National parks occupy almost 10 percent of our country. There are over 1000 islands beautifully preserved perfect for sailing and eco-tourism. There are 6 sites in Croatia placed on UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Budget TravelBusiness Travel
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ConventionCruise
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Fall (Sep-Nov)Family
FishingFuture Seniors (ages 54-64)
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HoneymoonIncentive Travel
Leisure TravelLuxury Travel
Minority TravelMusic
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RaftingReligious
SailingScuba Diving
Senior Citizens (ages 65+)Sightseeing
Spa/FitnessSpring (Mar-May)
Summer (Jun-Aug)Tennis
ToursVillas
Winter (Dec-Feb)Yachts

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2006 is the Year of Croatian Inventors:
Nikola Tesla, the Croatian world renowned scientist, was born in 1856 in Smiljan, a small village in the region of Gospic. This year Croatia is celebrating his 150 year anniversary. Slavoljub Penkala, the inventor of fountain and ball point pen, was born in 1906 and Croatia is celebrating his 100 year anniversary as well. The 57th Dubrovnik International Summer Festival- July 10- August 25, 2006. The Week of Antiquity in Pula June 1- 4, 2006.
Visit galleries and museums of Zagreb, such as Kolicevi Dvori and Moderna Galerija and attend the many concerts and performances at Croatian National Theater.
Map of Croatia
Must visit Dubrovnik, Split, Plitivice Lakes, Kornati islands, Islands on coastline, Istrian peninsula and Zagreb
Nautika - Dubrovnik
Orsan- Dubrovnik
Bevanda - Opatija
Okrugljak - Zagreb
Pavilion - Zagreb
Ribarski Brevijar - Zagreb
Kukuriku - Kastav
Valsabbion - Pula
Zigante - Livade (region: Istria)
Borghese - Pula
Licka Kuca - Plitvice Lakes
Plavi podrum - Volosko
Rivica - Njivice (on the island of Krk)
Dvi murve- Porec
Zlatna ribica - Brodarica (close to Sibenik)
Kapetanova kuca - Ston (oysters / shell fish)
Niko - Zadar
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia is the economic, cultural and academic center of the country. Dubrovnik, an old walled city and a favorite tourist destination, offers treasures of the past - a World Heritage UNESCO site. The other World Heritage sites are the historic cities and towns such as Split, Trogir, Sibenik, Porec and the most beautiful National Park Plitvice Lakes. Besides the mentioned cities one must visit Zadar, Opatija, Pula, Varazdin and Osjek. There are over 1000 islands in Croatia. The largest islands are Krk and Cres, and the spectacular Kornati, Brijuni and Mljet islands are National Parks.
One can get to Croatia by plane, car, boat, bus or rail. Please view http://www.croatia.hr and click on arrival.
The majority of the population of almost 5,000,000 inhabitants is Croats. The dominant religion is Catholic, and there are approximately six national minorities in Croatia.
Besides its natural beauty, Croatia has been a part of Europe and a center of culture for at least 2000 years. Croatia has stood for centuries on the very borders of Western and Eastern cultural influences. East coast of the Adriatic has been inhabited as early as the beginning of early Stone Age. The Greeks, Romans, Venetians, Napoleon and Austro-Hungarians ruled with our land throughout centuries and that's what makes the Croatian culture, cultural heritage and artistic contribution unique in Europe.
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