Novigrad – Cittanova

Erschienen in: Croatia
Erschienen am: 26.08.2013

"Novigrad"

Feeling desire to wander away for a while and explore a picturesque Mediterranean  place? You do not have to travel too far or pay too much. Novigrad is a lovely fisherman town in Istria, Croatia easy to fall in love with its architectural charms, delicious cuisine and the natural beauty of the landscape.

“A new town”, which is the translation of its name,  Novigrad has yet a lot of old and worth to be seen and told about in its past. Over centuries great historical personalities marched through Novigrad and surrounding such as Napoleon Bonaparte as well as Carl the Great and left their mark. As many other places in that region, Novigrad got its city character in the late Antique, between the 4th and 7th century. Throughout history Novigrad has been mentioned in different documents under various names such as Neapolis, Civitas Nova, Emona and Emonia.

Novigrad city walls are assumed to be built during the 13th century as the defence walls which were supposed to protect the citizens from pirate attacks and a powerful influence of the Venetian Republic they did not manage to resist in the end.

The richest period the town experienced during the Frankish state. In Lapidarium Museum in Novigrad you can see a lot of interesting examples from the Carolingian period which draw attention of researchers from all over the world.

And when you get tired of wandering through the intriguing maze of past, visit some of the numerous local restaurants and order a glass of Momjan Muscat (Muškat Momjanski) and Kapešante – pilgrim scallops which are said to taste the best in Novigrad because they are grown in the marine area where seawater mixes with fresh river water.

And if your bags are already packed and you are ready to leave via Cittanova, here are some useful spare time tips – events you should not have missed while being there this summer :

1.9.2013               
Umagic Wakeboard Con in Umag – 1st wakeboarding competition
5.9. – 8.9.2013     
In the colors of tradition in Brtonigla – Grape harvest and fair in shabby chic style
6.9. – 8.9.2013     
CRO Vespa in Umag – International Vespa meeting
7.9.2013               
Historical car rally in Umag, Novigrad, Brtonigla, Buje, Kanegra – International rally
14.9.2013             
Gnam Gnam Fest in Novigrad, Mandrač – Gastronomic event
3.10. – 6.10.2013
Foto Ex Tempore in Novigrad – 9. International Photo Event

"Novigrad"
 

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Umag – Gate to Croatia

Erschienen in: Croatia,Culture,Istria
Erschienen am: 22.08.2013

The small town Umag (about 13.000 inhabitants) in the northwest of Istria is one of the first cities next to the Slovenian – Croatian border. The region is well known for its Malvazija-wine, which is cultivated in the region. Tennis fans know this place as the scene of the “ATP-Croatian Open” or the “Umag series”.  A lot of campsites, sport or other leisure facilities and the crystal clear sea are some of many reasons why this region is a popular destination for tourists!

Old town of Umag

The glamorous past of Umag begins in the Antique.  During these times the Roman nobility discovered the region and developed it as their summer residence. About 1000 year later, the “National Geographic” chose the city as one of 10 best summer destinations in the April issue of 2011!
At the beginning the first human settlement ‘Umacium’ was founded on an island located in front of the mainland.  A few years later the Roman connected the island with the mainland and created the peninsula we know today. Accordingly the today’s old town was built on Roman ruins!
The history of Umag is full of changes and very exciting. In the last centuries the town has always been captured and conquered by different disposers and empires. In the middle age the settlement was connected as tenure to the bishopric of Trieste. In the 13th century the town was taken by Venice and from 1797 to 1918 the city was part of Austrian-Hungarian Empire. After the First World War Umag was reigned by Italy again until the town became part of the new state of Yugoslavia after the Second World War. Since these times the region emerged to the economic and touristic centre of the northwestern Istria.

When you take a walk through the little old town with its allies and narrow streets, passing old buildings from Baroque and Renaissance era, you can still feel the Venetian influence on the city.  The glamour, glory and prosperity of the old times are alternating with cafés, restaurants and little shops to an exciting symbiosis of past and modern spirit! Umag is welcoming its visitors to stroll through the maze of the historic city center and to enjoy a nice cup of coffee or some ice cream at the seahore afterwards.
People who are interested in culture and education could make a little side trip to the church of St. Roche, built after the plague epidemics in 1507. In the inside you can find an impressive wooden ceiling painted in oil from 18th century.  Another nice church is the parish church of Sveta Marija. The baroque façade has never been finished, but the building is especially known for an immured depiction of St. Peregrine from 14th century. Lovers of modern arts will find some small but fine galleries.

Center of Umag, parish church of Sveta Marija

Not far away from Umag, there is a small village Savudrija with its legendary lighthouse! Built in 1818, it is both the oldest active and northernmost lighthouse in Croatia. The legend says that the Austrian Earl of Metternich fell in love with a beautiful Croatian lady at the Vienna Opera Ball. In honour of his truelove he built the lighthouse. But then the lady died suddenly, after suffering heavy diseases and she never saw her gift of love.  Full of grief the earl nevermore entered the lighthouse again.  It is said that the girls’ ghost is still wandering through the building, looking for her lover….

Lighthouse of Savudrija

After a city tour, the backlands of Umag are the right place to find peace and recreation. The beautiful hilly landscape is well suited for long hikes or cycling tours.  The agriculture dominates the countryside and there is emerging some kind of agro-tourism.  A lot of little farms and vineyards are welcoming visitors to enjoy tasting their agricultural products, like wine, olives or truffles!

Umag is an inspiring place with a lot of different facets – it is in many ways a gate to Croatia!

More usefull and interesting information on the Offical Homepage of the Istrian Tourismorganisation, Colours of Istria or Wikipedia!

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Want something different? Rent your own island in Croatia!

Erschienen in: Croatia
Erschienen am: 17.05.2013

Many have dreamt about spending some time on their own private island. Few have actually experienced it, even though renting one might be easier than you think. One of the biggest misconceptions of private islands is that people think this is something exclusively for the rich and the famous. Island rental is strangely enough unexplored ground for many tourists, even though it might fit perfectly in their budget and time schedule.

To rent a private island you don’t have to look far. Hundreds of private islands are for rent in European countries; especially Croatia has a lot of them. All these islands has a lighthouse on it. Due to the automation of light-mechanisms on numerous Croatian lighthouses there are less and less lighthouse keepers which opened the possibility to renovate apartments for tourists where once a lighthouse keeper and his family lived. Most people are very surprised of the low prices that have to be paid for these unique holiday destinations. Renting your own Croatian island for one night starts at €12 a person; at some islands you are absolutely on your own, other islands have a lighthouse keeper that guides you to other nearby islands and cooks local dishes in the evenings.  Host is a good example of an affordable island. For less than €140 a night, the island is yours. With room for 4 persons, this makes it cheaper than many hotels and hostels.A totally different island experience, you find on "Littleisland Lighthouse". On this unique island in the north of Norway you can experience the Northern light and watch whales pass by. Porer is one of these urban islands, located 2.5 kilometers from the mainland. In less than a minute you are around the island since it is only 80m wide. The 25 meter high lighthouse is built central, surrounded by two guesthouses. Porer is best known for its beautiful sunsets, which are considered the most beautiful of the Adriatic Sea.The waters around Porer contains many underwater cliffs with many different species of fish, making it a popular place for divers and fishermen. Numerous boats during the construction of the lighthouse sank due to storms. These artifacts are still under water to admire!A frequently asked question is how to reach these islands. When renting an island some come with their own boat which you will be able to use during your stay. Other islands have a local shipper that transports you to the island in the beginning of your stay and picks you up at the end.

There are also lighthouses reachable by car, like Veli Rat and Lanterna. The lighthouse was built in 1849 on the southwestern cape of the island of Dugi otok which is 35km west of the city of Zadar. The lighthouse, surrounded by pine trees, beautiful bays and pebble beaches, is considered one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic. Veli Rat offers an unforgettable experience – splendid views from the 40m high lighthouse tower.According to the legend, the lighthouse walls contain thousands of egg-whites to make them more resistant to wind and sea, which protect you from the blazing sun in the summer months. There is an old church under a century-old pine tree in the large paved yard.Villa Lanterna is a more expensive stay, but you get daily served breakfast, a sauna, a whirlpool and a speedboat trip included in the booking price!

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Brac: Walking in the rural heart of Croatia

Erschienen in: Croatia,Dalmatia,News,Tourism,Travel
Erschienen am: 16.02.2011

Dusk over the Dalmatian archipelago. I'm sitting on the terrace of my guesthouse under a canopy of vines, the soft bells of
St John's chapel calling in the fishing boats. My hosts, Lidia and Josko Ivanovic, have opened the travarica, a herb-infused liquor, and I'm grazing on dried figs and nuts as we chat about Croatia's changing fortunes since they first opened their rustic, family-run guesthouse in 1967.

"We closed for four years during the Balkan war and went back to the land," Josko says. "But we missed the guests."

"Because we all cook together, I enjoy swapping recipes with our visitors from all round the world," adds Lidia.

But my hosts know that even more changes are in the air for Croatia. The country's bureaucrats are keen to join the EU and replace the native kuna with the euro, while increasing commercialisation of the islands is threatening rural traditions. That's why I've come to Brac, the third largest – but one of the lesser-known – islands, for a grass-roots glimpse of Croatian culture before the inevitable march of progress becomes a full-blown stampede.

Brac is good walking country and, thanks to a mercifully minor role in the war during the Nineties, free of landmines. Sandwiched between Split on the mainland and the better-known island of Hvar, the stony outcrop of olive groves and pine forests enjoys the tortoise-paced rhythm of a typically Mediterranean village. But I'm not here for siestas and seaside. Travelling with Footsteps in Croatia, a small independent tour operator from Britain, I'll be following a series of day walks – some gentle strolls, some more challenging hikes – to capture a late-season feel for island life. The company's ethos is simple and successful: walk with local guides, stay in simple but homely family properties and enjoy a more cultural experience than your average beach holiday.
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Croatia Travel Guide

Erschienen in: Croatia,International Tourism,News,Tourism,Travel
Erschienen am: 07.02.2011

For your Croatia Holidays :
Croatia is a country located in Southern Europe, although most people would classify it as being part of Eastern Europe. It is located on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea, which puts it right across that sea from Italy. Additionally, Croatia also borders countries in Eastern and Southern Europe such as Slovenia, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Hungary.

The population of Croatia is around 4.5 million people, making it one of the smaller countries within Europe. The vast majority of the people that live within Croatia are people that are Croatian in terms of their nationality, with over 95% of the population being made up of such people. The vast majority of immigrants to the country are from bordering countries and nearby areas, which means that you are not likely to see that many visible minorities when you are within the country.

Croatia is home to five different regions, all of which have a number of interesting tourist attractions for you to see. When considering where you should go in Croatia, it is useful to think of things in terms of the regions they are located in. To get you started, here is a brief rundown of all of the different regions within Croatia. 
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Novi Vinodolski and the riviera

Erschienen in: Croatia,Kvarner,Sightseeing,Tourism
Erschienen am: 13.09.2010

Novi Vinodolski is an attractive tourist town, far known for its beautiful sandy and rocky beaches, a one hundred year old park, rich vegetation, country villas and luxury apartments and hotels which are visited by tourists from all over the world.

It is located in the middle part of the northen Croatian coast, and has developed from an old Frankish fort called Novigrad and spread along the coast.

Novi Vinodolski is characterized by the coastal architecture of white fronts and red rooftops that rise above the old city core, from sea level to the church and tower on the hill, high above the city's conture.

Because of its beauty, closeness and extremely good infrastructure, this city attracts more tourists from year to year. The Adriatic tourist road connects Novi Vinodolski across Rijeka with central Europe and is located at the end of a road that leads through an area of high black forests of Kapela, the shortest route across Ogulin that connects continental Croatia with the sea.

This is a city of exceptional history, populated since the ancient times, with many monuments of culture from that period, among which are the walls of the Roman fort Lopsica, then the remains of the Pauline monestary, the Frankish castle with a tower, the church of the Holy Trinity and St. Marina on the island of the same name, the house of the Mažuranić brothers, the Heritage museum and the gallery, and the old city centre.

In the city centre there is a Frankish castle with a square tower which houses a modernly decorated National library founded in 1845.

The Korzo in Novalja is one of the most beautiful coastal streets which with its futuristic and unusual wavey look especially intrigues visitors and tourists. Throughout the whole year the Korzo is a sort of a «living room» to the people of Novalja and many tourists. It has many cafe's with terraces and small shops, and the walking area is decorated with trees and flowers. Apartments Novalja

Thanks to the evergreen vegetation and mild conditions of the mediterranean area, clean sea and air, Novi Vinodolski was in 1878., after Opatija, included on the list of tourism pioneers of the coastal area.

The city has a mild and healthy mediterranean climate with mild and pleasant warm and sunny summers, with the daily temperature moderated by the light winds coming from the sea. Even though the days of the swimming seasons are mostly sunny, high temperatures can be endured because the mild winds that blow through the Vinodolski canal, ease the summer heat.

The hospitality of the population, the crystal blue sea, the city and its surroundings without industrial pollution, the mountain air from the high forest of the hinterland are all suitable for hunting tourism and are priceless advantages in the development of tourism in this area.

In Pavlomir, not far from Novi Vinodolski, 25 acres of vineyards have been planted, so the people of Novalja are proud of their quality wines.

Classic hotels, modern tourist resorts, camps, bungalows, apartments and rooms in private houses offer acommodation capacities to over 10.000 tourists a day. Built as part of the hotel resorts or close to them are sporting grounds, inner and outter swimming pools with sea water, saunas and similar facilities.

In Novi Vinodolski one of the most beautiful and most luxurious resorts in Croatia has been built – Novi Spa Hotels & Resort, which can acommodate around 1500 gueats in its apartments. At the resort there are nine swimming pools, restaurants, children's city, a garage with 500 parking spaces and the largest wellness centre in this part of Eaurope, that stretches 10.000 square meters.

During the summer months Novi Vinodolski offers its guests a number of interesting cultural and fun events.

The waters of the city port with vessel berths, gas stations, a crane for lifting and lowering vessels, a parking lot, are all intended for nautical tourists, for whom an emergency service and sea rescue has also been organized.

With the Adriatic tourist road, the railway station Rijeka, the airport Krk-Rijeka, and especially the sea routes, this city is connected to Europe and the Medinerranean. Novi Vinodolski can also be reached by motorway by a 20km route.

Povile
A small coastal village with only about 200 inhabitants is located only 2 km from Novi Vinodolski. It is located near the Adriatic motorway and stretches across two bays, where tourist resorts and three autocamps have been built. The sea is very clear and especially suitable for sports fishing and underwater activities. This place is suitable for guests who seek to find a quiet Mediterranean atmosphere. Catering services can be found in the tourist resorts or the private restaurants that offer a rich choice of fish and other national delicacies.

Klenovica – Krmpote
Klenovica is mentioned in the 17. st. as a settlement of Krmpoćan's. It is located on the far southeast side part of Novi Vinodolski. Here live about 400 people of which many are outstanding fishermen. The part of Klenovice – Krmpota is a direct contrast of the grey, mountain massive and the mild Mediterranean climate. Along the coast stretch natural beaches and bushes and just a few kilometers to the northUz morsku obalu protežu se prirodne plaže i šumarci, a samo nekoliko kilometara sjevernije stretch the forest slopes of Kapela and Velebita. Klenovica offers around 500 beds in family houses, 50 beds in the apartments of the Vila Lostura and about 2000 places in autocamps. Also here are a few very good sea food restaurants that offer a rich choice of fish specialities. It has a good port, a post office, a gas station and shops. West of Klenovica is the bay Žrnovnica with a rich supply of good drinking water, from which the whole county is supplied with water.

Smokvica – Sibinj
Has good acommodation capacity in private housing and a camp in Sibinj. Stands out with extremely beautiful beaches.

Ledenice
Ledenice were for centuries the watchtower at the entry to the Vinodolska valley. Located 8km southeast of Novi Vinodolski it lays on a grassy plateau. In the 16th century the fort and its walls were very important for the coastal area in their defense from the Turks. At the beginning of the 18th century the old Ledenice city lost its importance and became deserted, and beneath the fort sprouted todays village. Today Ledenice with the surrounding places; D. Zagon, Bater and Brezam is an interesting resort which offers good conditions for hunting tourism, cycling and mountain walks.  Recommendations for hotels Kvarner.
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The Islands of Northen Dalmatia

Erschienen in: Croatia,Dalmatia,Sightseeing,Tourism
Erschienen am: 13.09.2010

Dugi otok
Dugi otok is a place of peculiarity and contrast, attractive tourist destinations and natural beauties, special views and beautiful hidden bays and beaches. The island is about 45 km long, about 1 km wide at its narrowest point, and 4km wide at its widest point. On it are 12 villages connected by a road.

Dugi otok is rich in sacral heritage. There is the church of St. John from the 5th -6th century in Sali, the cultural and administrative centre of the island, then the church of St. Victor on Stivanja gora from the 8th-9th century and St. Pelegrin, a monument of the highest category in the village Savar.

Sali is known for its rich, thousand year old fishing tradition. Parks and olive gardens over a thousand years old are an attraction for many tourists who also enjoy the unforgettable donkey races as part of the Cultural summer of Sali, a traditional summer folk manifestation. Zaglav is located at the entrance to the Kornati islands,which makes it especially attractive to sailors and tourists are attracted by the beautiful beaches.

On the northwest part of the island is the small port Božava. The crystal blue sea and the many bays surrounded by pine trees make Božava an ideal place for a real holiday and relaxation.

On the northwestern cape of Dugi otok, the lighthouse Veli rat or Punta Bjanka was built in 1849. It is 42 meters high, which makes it the highest lighthouse on the Adriatic. As a part of the lightouse are decorated tourist apartments.

Dugi otok is first mentioned in the middle of the 10th century by the Byzantine Emperor Constantin Porfirogenet, who in his piece De administrando imperio ,calls it Pizuh. Found on the island were archeological excavations dating from the stone ages, which proves that the island was populated very early on.

Island Pašman
Island Pašman, in the Zadar archipelago, is set apart from the coast by the Pašman canal that has dozens of little islands.

From the place of the same name Pašman, there stretches an unforgettable view of the many uninhibited islands which are best discovered by boat or sailboat. This place was first mentioned by King Petar Krešimir IV., under the name Postimana.

The village Ždrelac was formed around the church of St. Luke and extended onto a few bays and hills. It was named after the narrow passage at which end it is located, with which Pašman is separated from the island Ugljan. Ždrelac is an attractive destination for sailors and lovers of water sports and the beautiful beaches make it very attractive vacation spot.

Island Ugljan
Because of its location and other characteristics, island Ugljan has the most sunny days in the waters around Zadar. On the island are 7 villages, of which the largest one is Ugljan in the northwest part. This place has a long tourism tradition. Smaller yachts can dock in the little port, while the bigger ones can dock in the souteast part. Swimmers will be delighted by the sandy beaches and the most beautiful ones are in the bays Ćinta, Mostir and Luka.

Preko (across) is – as its name explains – a village across Zadar. Typical Dalmatian architecture, many country houses and paths next to the sea give it a real mediterranean atmosphere, while the view of the Zadar canal and the mediterranean vegetation are an additional attraction for tourists. Located on the island is a little place called Kali, known for its strong fishing fleet.

Island Silba
Silba is an island without cars or motorbikes; on it the transportation of goods is done by hand carts on two wheels, tractors and trailors. On the island there are no hotels, but comfortable acommodation can be found in private houses and apartments, in which the pleasant hosts will make every visitor of Silba leave happy and satisfied with their stay. The island is well known for not having poisonous plants or animals.

Island Olib
Located east of Silba this island was populated even in Roman times, and in the 10th century it was mentioned under the name Aloep. It is one of the lowest in the Zadar archipelago. Rich vegetation and spacious grassland are characteristic for this island, on which the inhabitants live from manufacturing olive oil, cheese and wine, tourism and fishing.

Island Premuda
9 km long and 1 km wide, covered in holm oak, low vegetation and olives, Premuda is an attractive destination for sailors and divers. Among the most famous diving locations is the popular «katedrala», a cave system that will fascinate every underwater visitor.

Island Iž
Located in the central canal between Ugljan and Dugi otok, Iž attracts with its exquisite charm. On the island are two villages; Veli and Mali Iž. This is the only Dalmatian island whose population engaged in pottery, and in the past few years it has become a real paradise for tourists wishing to experience a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.
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Orahovica – The tourist pearl of Slavonija

Erschienen in: Croatia,Culture,Gastronomy,Inner Croatia,Tourism
Erschienen am: 13.09.2010

Orahovica is a town of tourism and wine. Located at the foot of Krndija and Papuk because of its untouched nature, mountain streams and clean air, it has been called the «Slavonian Switzerland». With its location, cultural-historical heritage and preserved nature, Orahovica is made for tourism. This was realized a long time ago by the people living in this area, who in 1905. founded an association for the beautification of Orahovica.

The city has a rich monumental heritage. It is dominated by a baroque church Discovery of the Holy Cross, from 1756. A few kilometers south of the city, hidden among hills is a monestary with the church of St. Nicholas, an exquisite example of sacral architecture from the 16th century. In the nearby village Crkvari is the unique church of St. Lawrence from the 13th century.

The most famous cultural-historical monument of the Orahovica area is Ružica grad, one of the best preserved medieval manor forts in Croatia. It was built at the end of the 14th and the beginning of the 15th century, 5 kilometers southeast of the city. This is a monument of the highest category, with a particular sacral, urban and fortification value, to which many legends are connected to.

At the foot of Ružica grad, 1,5 km from the centre of Orahovica is an artificial lake with a surface of 1,7 ha. Surrounded by a tame forest, it was created in 1961. by an artificial dam that was built. During hot summer days it is an ideal place for cooling down.
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Kopački rit – Untouched nature close to the city bustle

Erschienen in: Croatia,Culture,Inner Croatia,Nature park,Sightseeing,Tourism
Erschienen am: 13.09.2010

Kopački rit is a nature park that stretches across 23.230 acres and is located only a few kilometers from Osijek. This is a unique area in Europe because in it is the biggest natural fish hatchery, habitat of roe deer, well know capital deers and does, beavers, otters, wild boars and feathered game, a real orinthological paradise. In Kopački rit there are 293 species of birds, that make up 78 percent of Croatia's orinthofauna. Here we also have 44 types of fish and more than 2000 different biological species of which many are rare and endangered at a world level. Especially interesting are the birds that nest in colonies and in the park a large number of endangered species such as the black stork or the White-tailed Eagle can be seen.

Kopački rit is a natural «laboratory» which is invaluable and which attracts year after year, more and more visitors, that can have long walks on miles long educational paths which have along them information stands with basic info on important plant and animal species. It is an extremely valuable, natural swamp area, one of the rarest in Europe that represents an extraordinary example of creation and evolution of swamp eco systems and flooded areas. Because of its preserved eco system , biological diversity and extraordinary scientific and biological value, Kopački rit was in 1967. protected with a status of a natural reserve. Nine years later a smaller area of the reserve, 7700 acres, got the status of a special zoo reserve, while the other part was proclaimed a nature park. The international value of Kopački rit was confirmed in 1989. by its inclusion in the ornithologically significant areas and in 1993. got the status of an internationally significant swamp area.

In the heart of the Park is the interesting castle Tikveš, where rooms can be rented.
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Poreč – Valamar hotels among the best 100

Erschienen in: Croatia,Istria,News,Tourism
Erschienen am: 13.09.2010

The all-inclusive hotels of Poreč, Valamar Club Tamaris and Valamar Tamaris Residence are this year's laureates of TUI Holly 2010., the most prestigious award that is awarded by one of the world's largest tourist operators TUI. With this the Valamar hotels are now included in the top 100 best hotels in the world, in which TUI guests stay at. TUI established the award in1994. and rewards it exclusively on the grounds of expressed satisfaction of its guests in the period of one year. This year competing were 905 world hotels, who to qualify, had to summon at least 35 positive grades given by guests upon arriving home from their holiday. TUI is one of the world's biggest tourist and transport companies with its headquarters in Hannover, Germany. Recommendations for hotels Porec.  Apartments Porec
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