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STATISTICS Dubrovnik Proudly Presents: The Great Numbers of First Quarter

In the most successful touristic beginning of the year from the Independence of Croatia, from 1 January till 30 April 2017, 147,096 tourists from Croatia, UK, US, France, Austria, Germany, South Korea, Spain, Finland and Japan visited Dubrovnik (increase of 21 percent versus last year). 

COLD WEATHER Frost Causes Great Damages in Agriculture

Mayor of Dubrovnik Neretva County Nikola Dobroslavic declared state of natural disaster after frost hits towns of Metkovic, Ploce, Korcula, municipalities Blato, Vela Luka, Smokvica, Konavle, Pojezerje, Ston and Lastovo. 

DUBROVNIK AIRPORT Second Stage of Renovation Begins

Director of Dubrovnik Airport, Roko Tolic, signed a 2,1 billion Croatian Kuna worth contract for further reconstruction of the terminal building. 

RECIPE Why Not To Miss Asparagus in Spring

Whether you choose to find and prepare them by yourself or gave a nice asparagus meal in a restaurant March and April are ideal for this healthy vegetable. 

HOTEL CROATIA New Shine For an Old Pearl

After Excelsior and Kompas, Luksic Group starts renovation of the Hotel Croatia Cavtat. 

INFRASTRUCTURE One Step Closer to Peljesac Bridge

Ministry of the sea, transport and infrastructure receives approval by Independent Quality Review for the 'Road connections with Southern Dalmatia' project necessary for EU financing. 

BUSINESS KILLER 8 Senseless Croatian Laws

You can open a company in Croatia for less than 2 Euros, but what comes later is a real payback. 

DUBROVNIK Real Estate is 7 times more expensive than last year!

For one meter squared, from January 2017, you’ll need 3221 Euros according to Crozilla.com.  

ZAGREB AIRPORT New Passenger Terminal Opens in March

Flights between Zagreb and Dubrovnik run all year round and increase during peak tourist season. 

EXPORT Drink to Cool off the Administration

Croatian company Badel 1862 starts delivering its Pelinkovac to the United States. 
Business Power Story

They Hold the Key of Your Room in Dubrovnik

Everyone owning 4 walls and a roof in Dubrovnik rents his place to tourists. One room, studio, apartment or an entire house. Not so long ago all of them were advertised on a piece of cardboard at the main bus station. Those Grandmas waving with minimalistic “room for 20$” signs mastered the guerrilla marketing but these guys not it better.