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EU Council Ends Visa Restrictions for Serbs from Kosovo*

The Council of the European Union has lifted visa restrictions for Serbian passport holders from Kosovo and...

Montenegro Nominated as Europe’s Most Desirable Destination

According to the NTO, this nomination is a significant recognition for Montenegro, highlighting its growing reputation as one of Europe's most attractive tourist destinations. "Montenegro...

Slavic Soundwalking App Offers New Regional Literary Adventure

This innovative app allows users to engage with contemporary literary works while walking through the cities of Belgrade, Zagreb, and Ljubljana. At dozens of urban...

Thriving Tourism Industry

Often synonymous with tourism, Croatia finds this sector crucial to its economy, contributing up to 20% of the nation’s GDP. The allure of pristine...

Refined Luxuries

Luxury Travel Beyond the Ordinary

Luxury tourism epitomises the pinnacle of travel experiences, characterised by unparalleled indulgence, exclusivity and sophistication. It caters to discerning travellers who seek uniquely tailored experiences...

A Cinematic Haven in the Adria Region

Captivating landscapes, competitive production costs, rich film heritage, skilled crews and enticing financial incentives draw foreign film crews to the region. Croatia and Serbia,...

Money Museum Opens in Zagreb

In a significant cultural and educational development, Boris Vujčić, the Governor of the Croatian National Bank (HNB), inaugurated Moneterra—the Croatian National Bank’s Money Museum—at...

Historic Belgrade Hotel Union Sold for €6.2 Million

The starting price for the hotel was set at 297 million dinars (€2.5 million), attracting ten bidders. The successful bidder, Logga Plus d.o.o., a...

Saudi Arabia to Build Cruise Ship for 50,000 Passengers and 25,000 Cars

Local media reports highlight that this floating city will feature a five-star hotel, a shopping mall, 276 residential units, and 16 luxury villas. Spanning a...
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