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Hrvatska

Croatia

Area: 56.542 km²
Population: 4,290.612

Capital city: Zagreb

International calling code: +385
Currency: Kuna (HRK)
Time zone: GTM+1, GTM+2
Official language: Croatian
Internet TLD: .hr

AIRPORTS

International Airport Dubrovnik
International Airport Osijek
International Airport Pula
International Airport Rijeka
International Airport Split
International Airport Zadar
International Airport Zagreb

ICCA STATISTICS

ICCA Statistic Report 2016
Croatia - 43rd place
Zagreb - 64th place

CELEBRITIES
  • Vladimir Prelog

    Vladimir Prelog

    Vladimir Prelog was famous chemist, born in Sarajevo but spent most of his life scientific engaged in Croatia, Czechoslovakia and Switzerland. Prelog declared himself as a "citizen of the world". He was pioneer of stereochemistry research and Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry in 1975.

  • Faust Vrancic

    Faust Vrancic

    Faust Vrancic (Fausto Veranzio), born in Sibenik, was a Croatian polymath, inventor, linguist, diplomat, engineer, bishop. In the 1595, in Venice, he printed the first multilingual dictionary (dictionary in Latin, Italian, German, Dalmatian and Hungarian). Vrancic’s work is reprinted and studied even today.

  • Eduard Slavoljub Penkala

    Eduard Slavoljub Penkala

    Eduard Slavoljub Penkala was a Croatian engineer and inventor. His boasts of 70 to 80 inventions in the field of mechanics, chemistry, physics, aerospace (aviation) etc. The first mechanical pencil in the world he patented in 1906, and already the 1907 the first pen in the world with solid ink was patented by Penkala.

  • Goran Ivanisevic

    Goran Ivanisevic

    Goran Ivanisevic, the Croatian tennis player, professionally started playing tennis in 1988. He won Wimbledon in 2001 and Davis Cup with Croatia team 2005. The best placement he achieved in 1994 as second at ATP list. He finished his professional career with 22 single titles and 9 double titles.

  • Lavoslav (Leopold) Ruzicka

    Lavoslav (Leopold) Ruzicka

    Lavoslav (Leopold) Ruzicka is the first Nobel Prize winner from the area of present-day Croatia, 1939 he won the prize in Chemistry. Ruzicka’s first work was in the field of natural products. He has received eight honorary degrees (four for science, two in medicine, one for natural science and one for the law).

  • Drazen Petrovic

    Drazen Petrovic

    Drazen Petrovic was a Croatian basketball player. He played for Sibenk, Cibona, Real Madrid, Portland Trail Blazers and New Jersey Nets, the national team of Yugoslavia, and in 1992 he was a leader of the Croatian national team in the Olympics. He died in an accident 1993, and in his honor is opened Memorial center Drazen Petrovic.

  • Ruder Josip Boskovic

    Ruder Josip Boskovic

    Ruder Josip Boskovic was a versatile creator, philosopher, mathematician, astronomer, physicist etc. He is one of the most important scientists of his time. Numerous inventions are left behind, and Astronomical Society in Belgrade is named after him, as well as a crater on the Moon.

  • Marko Polo

    Marko Polo

    Marco Polo was a trader and explorer. He was one of the first Europeans who traveled the Silk Road to China. After 17 years of living in China with his family, he returned to Venice. Then, in battle was captured and taken to prison, where he wrote the book "II Millione" about his travels. The book had an importance in the era of great geographical discoveries.

  • Davor Suker

    Davor Suker

    Davor Suker is a former Croatian football player. He began his career in Osijek, where he played nearly 100 games and scored 40 goals. Then in Dinamo, in Sevilla, Real Madrid, Arsenal, West Ham etc. Fore representation, he play in 69 games scoring 45 goals, setting a high record. Currently is the president of the Croatian Football Federation.

Hrvatska - mapa drzave Dalmatia Eastern Croatia Istria and Croatian coast Lika and Gorski kotar Northwest Croatia Zagreb and Central Croatia

Croatia

Regions

  • Dalmatia
  • Eastern Croatia
  • Istria and Croatian coast
  • Lika and Gorski kotar
  • Northwest Croatia
  • Zagreb and Central Croatia

MUST SEE

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- Zagreb, Croatia
Dubrovnik
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Athens, Greece
- Belgrade, Serbia
- Bergen, Norway
- Berlin, Germany
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Dusseldorf, Germany
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Geneva, Switzerland
- Helsinki, Finland
- London, United Kingdom
- Manchester, United Kingdom
- Munich, Germany
- Oslo, Norway
- Rome, Italy
- Stockholm, Sweden
- Venice, Italy
- Vienna, Austria
Osijek
- Split, Croatia
Pula
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Belgrade, Serbia
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Oslo, Norway
- Zadar, Croatia
- Zagreb, Croatia
Rijeka
- Brussels, Belgium
- London, United Kingdom
Split
- Athens, Greece
- Basel Mulhouse, France
- Belgrade, Serbia
- Berlin, Germany
- Cologne, Germany
- Dubrovnik, Croatia
- Dusseldorf, Germany
- Frankfurt, Germany
- London, United Kingdom
- Lyon, France
- Moscow, Russia
- Munich, Germany
- Nuremberg, Germany
- Osijek, Croatia
- Oslo, Norway
- Paris, France
- Rome, Italy
- Stuttgart, Germany
- Vienna, Austria
- Zagreb, Croatia
Zadar
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Pula, Croatia
- Zagreb, Croatia
Zagreb
- Amsterdam, Nederlands
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Athens, Greece
- Barcelona, Croatia
- Belgrade, Serbia
- Berlin, Germany
- Brac, Croatia
- Brussels, Belgium
- Cologne, Germany
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Dubrovnik, Croatia
- Frankfurt, Germany
- London, United Kingdom
- Moscow, Russia
- Munich, Germany
- Paris, France
- Pula, Croatia
- Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Skopje, Macedonia
- Split, Croatia
- Stuttgart, Germany
- Tirana, Albania
- Venice, Italy
- Vienna, Austria
- Zadar, Croatia
- Zurich, Switzerland

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ICCA STATISTICS REPORT

Statistic report of International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).

  2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Rank 40 39 40 41 40 41 43
Number of international congresses 50 72 74 69 81 96 75
CONGRESS CAPACITY

Featured many times as a "top spot for relaxation and adventure" in the last few years, Croatia has undergone a transformation in a first-class destination for business travel. To this it contributes the international award "For the best conference and incentive destination" on CONFEX, in the UK .

It's appeal as the ideal backdrop for MICE travel lies in the perfect blend of attractive setting that invites exploring and modern facilities found throughout the country.

Among the most famous MICE destinations in Croatia there are Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik and Opatija.

LARGEST CONGRESS CAPACITY

Arena Zagreb / Zagreb, Croatia / Number of conference rooms:6 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 13,000 seats

TOTAL CAPACITY

The total accommodation capacities per hotel category (5, 4, 3 and 2 stars) for this destinations are shown in the following table:

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Hotels 30 206 342 90
Rooms 5135 21165 23509 7848
Beds 9882 39541 46569 15537
ABOUT COUNTRY

Croatia is a republic in Europe at the crossroads of Central Europe, the Balkans, and the Mediterranean.

Croatia borders with Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro to the east, to the west on the Adriatic sea with Italy and with Slovenia and Hungary to the north.

Croatian coast is famous for its numerous islands, clear sea, historic sites and impressive ramparts of the coastal towns.
Among the most famous coastal cities in Croatia are Dubrovnik, Split, Opatija, Porec, Rovinj, Pula, Rijeka, while in the continental part Zagreb attracts the most attention.
Also, National Park Brijuni, National Park Kornati (archipelago with approximately 150 islands) and the National Park Krka (river with numerous waterfalls) are destinations which should be visited when traveling.

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES AND CONFERENCES

2nd EFCC- UEMS Congress 2012, Dubrovnik (1,000 - 1,200 delegates)
21st Congress of the European Association for Cranio Maxillo Facial Surgery 2012, Dubrovnik (1,500 delegates)
53rd International Neuropsychiatric Pula Congress, 2013, Pula
IADR/PER Congress 2014, Dubrovnik
ESHA biennial conference 2014, Dubrovnik
10th Congress of the Croatian Cardiac Society with international participation, 2014, Zagreb

INTERNATIONAL FAIRS

22nd Zagreb Boat Show, 19th - 23rd February 2014, Zagreb Fair Congress Center
6th International Fair of Food Drinks & Innovative Gastronomy - INGA, 19th - 22nd February 2014, Zagreb Fair Congress Center
Hotel & Gastroteh,19th - 22nd February 2014, Zagrebački velesajam, Zagreb
Biograd Boat Show, 23rd - 26th October 2014, Biograd na moru