Well known wine producers open their doors

By this time, we all know that Croatia has undoubtedly secured its position as one of the top destinations in the travel scene. Last year, it beat all of its earlier records.

Croatia Tourism looks to capitalize on Greece, Turkey and Egypt’s problems

Croatia’s profit from tourism industry might have exceed seven billion euros (i.e. US$ 7.9 billion) this year since it attracts more travelers put off by political uncertainty in their rival destinations that includes Greece, said country’s Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin.

In a statement, Lorencin said that early bookings for the season are on the rise, and that might be because of a perception of security issues in nations like Egypt, Turkey and Greece.

Croatia expecting to lure more international tourists

Croatian National Tourist Board has declared a whole new marketing campaign called Croatia 365 and it is targeted at strengthening the brand awareness and concentrating on a year round tourism.

The new campaign shows 6 themes – gastronomy and wine, culture, cycling, wellness and health, active holidays and business trips – in twenty two destinations within the nation.

Targeted at North American market, Croatia 365 campaign looks to promote tourism outside the popular summer high season, as per Ina Rodin, the director of the North America for the Croatian National Tourist Board.

Peru’s tourism rivals in Latin America, reports

Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism stated that Peru’s largest travel market challengers in Latin America are Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Chile. Magali Silva, the chief of Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism, also says that Peru’s tourist attractions exhibit same type of characteristics as those in other fourteen nations across the world looking to own a little part of the worldwide tourism marketplace.

Croatia to nears a three billion Euro highway deal

Croatia would give conditions for a three billion euro highway operation grant next week and hopes to award a deal by February, said the Transport Minister Sinisa Hajdas Doncic. Fighting to revive the economy in a 6th year of recession, the newest member of the European Union wants to lease the operation of their one thousand kilometer (i.e. 621 miles) highway system in private hands as well as sell Croatia Airlines, the state air carrier.

Greek Tourism is going great, says a German travel association

The time when newspapers used to state that the Greeks were painting swastikas on the pictures of Chancellor Angela Merkel, causing German tourists feel unwished-for in Greece, are the things of past, said German Travel Association president Norbert Fiebig.

Greece becoming an attractive destination for Aussie travelers

Almost 130000 Aussies traveled to Greece last year, an increase of 9.6% of tourists, while Australia is all set to welcome Olga Kefalogianni, Greece's Minister for Tourism, next month. Ms Kefalogianni would visit Down Under to promote Greek tourism. They would also sign the long expected Work and Holiday visa pact between Greece and Australia.

Colombia attracting foreign tourists

As new travel destinations in Latin America attract both business travel and leisure travel visitors; a whole lot of nations are also reaching out for new type of travelers.

Proexport Colombia is the government agency thats in charge of advertising tourism, trade as well as investment in the country. Proexport Colombias Luis German Restrepo (executive director) and Camilo Duque (leisure tourism director) stated that Colombis is attracting a wider range of tourists from across the world.

Croatia set to arrange electric vehicle rally

Croatia is all set to host their very first electric car rally which winds from northern coast to capital Zagreb via some of the most scenic places in the country in May. The path includes a race to electricity pioneer Tesla's hometown.

The 2014 Nikola Tesla EV Rally begins on 27th May, and would be divided into 5 legs which cover around five hundred and thirty miles. It begins in the coastal city of Pula going south to Smiljan mountain village, Zadar and Krka National Park on the coast before going inland and later north to the Croatian capital.

Croatia among top travel destinations

Croatia is already rocking the international tourism sector and there is great news for this European nations tourism sector. Recently a leading Australian web portal posted an article along with travel recommendations for 2014 that has kept Croatia among the fourteen warmest and best travel destinations in the world. The site describes Croatia as the newest European Union member and a nation with many festivals as well as cultural events.