The Croatian Convention Bureau is part of the Croatian National Tourist Board and together with its regional offices continues to be available to you for any information you may require. Should you so wish, we will organize inspection visits, itineraries and act as your guide through Croatia’s congress possibilities.


Croatia is the choice of many congress organisers, for business meetings, team-building and incentive programs, as here they will have all of the preconditions for success. There is also a great environment for strengthening unity and stimulating cooperation, and an atmosphere that promotes ecological awareness and sustainable development.



From north to south and from east to west, from the shores of the Adriatic in Dalmatia to the plains of Slavonia, each region of Croatia has its own special culinary personality that will surprise you. From proto-Slavic essences mixed with Hungarian, Viennese and Turkish influences in the meats, desserts and vegetable dishes of the continental regions, to the Greek, Roman and Illyrian Mediterranean flavours of the fish delicacies and wines of the coastal region… Let your taste travel across centuries of tradition and relish every moment.


Dive into one of the ecologically best-preserved parts of Europe as 10% of the country is protected. Explore its eight National Parks and eleven Nature Parks among which are the Plitvice Lakes, the only natural good recognised by UNESCO. Its sea is the purest in Europe according to the European Commission and some of its beaches are considered the most beautiful locations in the world. Feel the energy in this green paradise with a privileged climate and a unique fauna, such as griffon vultures, wild horses, brown bears or dolphins, and flora with more than 3000 different species.


Three beautiful cities are the leaders of the MICE industry in Croatia: the capital city Zagreb with its unique atmosphere; one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Dubrovnik; and Opatija, once a trendy Austro-Hungarian health resort. These three cities also have congress offices, organised by their respective tourist boards, whose purpose is to be the link between offers and demands, to organise inspection trips, to publicise and promote offers, and in general to improve and guarantee the quality of the offer for conferences.

With ten sites under the protection of UNESCO, eight national parks, 11 nature parks, and many other examples of outstanding cultural and natural heritage, Croatia is in the eyes of many a must-see European paradise. It is readily accessible by plane, modern highways, and by sea.


Croatian National Tourist Board – Convention Bureau
Ms. Đive Kovačević