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The Adriatic incentives company provides customers with tailor-made travel programs and client-first approach. As Dubrovnik and Zagreb based company with more than a decade of experience, we have established excellent business relationships with our existing partners and offer complete travel management throughout Croatia. Even though majority of our travel and event planning projects take place in Dubrovnik, over the years the company has grown steadily, and we now offer a range of services and travel products in all parts of Croatia. Our services include business travel, special events, conferences, incentive travel to tailor-made private travels.
In this webinar we will introduce incentive and business travel possibilities in Croatia, and we will focus on 3 most important centres in Croatia (Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik) with its surroundings.
Zagreb’s rich offer of accommodation facilities and spaces for holding congresses and business meetings of all kinds, together with the old city centre, rich historical heritage, colourful cultural offer, warm hosts, relaxed atmosphere, exciting gastronomic adventures, and stunning surroundings, make Zagreb an ideal destination for congresses and conferences. business meetings and travel incentives.
Zagreb has many diverse spaces for small and large business meetings and congresses with many delegates and offers interesting opportunities for organizing incentives or events. Hotels with 4 and 5 stars, halls located in the very historical centre of Zagreb, numerous museums, and galleries, will turn your congress, incentives, or event into a successful event.
Whether you’re looking to organise a scientific congress, business conference, product presentation or incentive trip, Split offers several attractive venues for various types of small and medium-sized events.
From unique historical and cultural venues, palaces dating back to Antiquity, large hotels belonging to international brands to luxury boutique and heritage hotels – with its good transport links and accessibility, Split remains a popular choice of domestic and international event organisers.
Since the very beginning of tourism in Dubrovnik, the congress and incentive segments were gradually developing. The beginning of organized tourism is the opening of the Imperial hotel in 1887. The records have it that the same year the first international conference was held in Dubrovnik. Today, there are 45 hotels, among them 13 are 5* hotels. Dubrovnik as a congress and incentive venue, offers numerous possibilities to those choosing it as a destination for business combined with leisure. The city’s conference facilities offer more than 8000 seats in Dubrovnik hotels, and other conference venues. Five-star hotels as well as other four-star hotels will be excellent hosts for your larger or smaller meetings. Premises, like Fort of Revelin, Marin Drzic Theatre, Sponza Palace, Rector’s Palace, International Center of Croatian Universities, St. Clare Convent, and others, have generally been, thanks to its ambience, the special meeting and event places of businesspeople.