The following Special Venues have attracted the most event organisers and were the most read articles on in the past year.


Meneghetti is a delightful luxury hotel, a member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux group, with an outstanding restaurant, and its own premium, world-renowned and award-winning wines and olive oils. It also offers a bunch of different outdoor activities like hiking, running, cycling, water sports, or even golfing.


St Michael’s Fortress offers a different and fascinating venue for your conference. First mentioned in history in 1066, the fortress is built on a 60-metre hill that commands imposing views of the Adriatic and Šibenik below. St Michael’s Fortress is spread over 2,600 square metres.


With events open to the public as well as to corporate events, the Garden Brewery shows its full potential with its excellent sound and lighting space and is also featured as the only brewery in the world that has a disco ball. The Garden team clearly embarked on another glorious adventure.


Šibenik’s Town Hall, in the medieval times the most prominent building of the City of Šibenik, is today known as one of its most honorable cultural monuments. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful Croatian town halls in general.

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Arsenal is a renovated heritage monument and an atypical space for organizing various MICE events, which is interesting for organisers who want to impress their clients. Arsenal is certainly one of those environments that inspires and provides great opportunities to realise extraordinary event ideas.


Today, the Glyptotheca is the custodian of the largest collection of works of sculpture in Croatia, including both plaster casts and original works dating from the 19th to the 21st century that are displayed in more than 14,000 m² of available space.


There are not that many houses in Zagreb that can testify to big events as can the Illyrian Hall. It has the most beautiful interior made in the classicist style, and it is also one of the most important buildings in the modern-day cultural and political history of Croatia.


The story of the Monte Rosso Estate began in 2006 in the Croatian part of Istria, in the small village Crveni Vrh not far from Savudrija. Monte Rosso is fast becoming a highlight among the travellers in pursuit of excellent wine and superb extra virgin olive oil.


Villa Polesini is a classy event venue on the Poreč waterfront with great gardens and an extensive wine cellar, perfect for celebrations. Up to 300 people can be accommodated at a cocktail garden party and from here you can take in the many marvels of this fascinating region.


Klub Šumica was the vision of Eventastic Creative Studio who wanted to create a modern, stylish venue that can easily adapt to different types of events. The space is ideal for product presentations, mini-seminars, team buildings, as well as weddings or corporate parties.

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Built in 1913, The Croatian State Archives building is one of the most beautiful secessionist buildings in Croatia. This venue is ideal for holding business meetings as well as top-class events where the beauty of the place itself will be an additional tool for success.


If you are looking for the perfect destination or location for the next event in Dubrovnik, Banje Beach restaurant lounge & club is the perfect choice for you. Banje Beach restaurant lounge & club offers you memorable experiences, when organising unforgettable events.

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The winery with a total surface of 2200 square meters with a cellar for inox and barrique barrels was built in 2012. Within it there are multi-functional venues for wine presentations and workshops. Also, there is a smart wine bar with an elegant wine shop.

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The Mulini Beach Bar offers a relaxed atmosphere and a breathtaking view of Lone bay and Zlatni rt forest park. The visual part is in harmony with the service and culinary offerings from the bar, creating a well-matched whole.


Mimara Museum, which is a strong multimedia centre that mainly operates as a museum, also realises numerous and various other activities, connected with a wide spectre of cultural events, but also marketing activities. The Museum’s facilities are used for a variety of activities and functions.


Rising proudly above the Adriatic coastline Villa Katarina is located in the picturesque seaside town of Orebić on the delightful Pelješac Peninsular. Villa Katarina is ideally located for discovering the abundant historical and natural beauties that the south of Croatia has to offer.


Throughout the second decade of the 20th century, Ivan Meštrović bought plots in the area of Meje, the western part of Split, with the intention of building his future residence. Construction works began at the end of the 1920s.

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The story of a building where Lauba found its home, goes back to 1910. This former riding arena, a part of the Austro-Hungarian Army military complex, was designed by Emil Eisner & Adolf Ehrlich. The building was refurbished with the idea of maintaining its important historical characteristics.


Fort George is a product of 200 years of naval squabbling in the Adriatic. After an extensive time of restoration, it has now become a multifunctional event space and burgeoning bastion of quality music, art, celebration and cuisine.


Fortress of St Lawrence is also known as ˝Gibraltar of Dubrovnik˝ and is one of the most impressive locations in Dubrovnik. The story goes that the Venetians intended to build their fortress on that same spot at the beginning of the 11th century, in order to control Dubrovnik.

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Croatia is a European country with one of the richest flora and fauna, and the city of Karlovac, as a city famous for its four rivers, is a particularly suitable place for the presentation of the natural richness of freshwaters.


Kabola winery is situated in the northwestern Istrian peninsula at 275m above sea level, with a view of the Alps and the Dolomites on one side and the lush greenery of pristine nature and a beautiful sea panorama on the other.


The Adriatic Sea and the Saints Hills’ vineyards are but a stone’s throw away from Dubrovnik, and two from Diocletian’s Palace in Split and Vespasian’s Amphitheatre in Pula. The winery celebrates the sea and the sun, Istria and Dalmatia, the Bora and the Sirocco, the stone and the vine.


The tourist village Vuglec Breg is the result of the creative and romantic vision of the Vuglec family. The Vuglec family’s aim was to convert the heritage of their ancestors into lasting value. From the peak of the hill, which is at about 300 metres above sea level one can enjoy a magnificent view of the surrounding hills.


Wedding Resort Corberon is the first outdoor nature wedding resort in Croatia, dedicated solely to weddings. This green oasis is located just a shot away from the Januševac Mansion, in a vast forest. The venue can accommodate up to 190 people and is safe in all weather conditions.

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A long-time meetings industry addict, Gorazd is the Founder and owner of marketing and event agency Toleranca Marketing. He has many years of experience in planning, preparing and carrying out large international meetings and exhibitions. As the founder of the "Power to the Meetings" methodology, he still firmly believes in the power of live events and human to human communication. He is also the author of numerous articles and editor-in-chief of the meetings industry magazine Kongres Magazine.