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Fresh Island Festival 2019
Izvor:  The official website of the Tourist Office Novalja - your first choice
Petak, 05 Travanj 2019 10:34

Fresh Island Festival zapo�eo je prije osam godina i od samog starta stekao titulu jednog od najboljih europskih urbanih festivala na plaži. Tijekom godina, Fresh Island Festival kroz svoj program ugostio je legendarna imena među kojima su: Nas, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg, Sean Paul, Chris Brown, Migos, Tim Westwood, French Montana, Lil Pump i mnoge druge.

OvogodiÅ¡nji Fresh Island festival donosi neke od najplaćenijih hip-hop izvoÄ‘aÄ�a na svijetu: Lil Uzi Vert, mladi ameriÄ�ki reper koji izdaje novi album Eternal Atake, kanadski rap i r’n’b miljenik Tory Lanez, Afro B – vodeći igraÄ� UK Afrobeats scene koja je eksplodirala i osvaja sve glazbene ljestvice. Dolazi i Gunna, ameriÄ�ki reper koji je potpisan na izdavaÄ�kim kućama Young Thuga, YSL Records i 500 entertainment i trenutno je artist kojeg svi imaju na oku.

Hardy Caprio, Yxng Bane, B Young, Not3s, Tim Westwood i DJ Semtex također su imena koja će ove godine rasplesati publiku na Pagu.

Nakon spektakularnog rasprodanog izdanja prošle godine, Fresh Island vraća se ja�i nego ikad kako bi i ovo ljeto priredio nezaboravnu zabavu u hip-hop raju na �arobnoj plaži Zrće.

Ulaznice/više informacija: www.fresh-island.org

Objava Fresh Island Festival 2019 pojavila se prvi puta na Visit Novalja.


New option for transferring from Split Airport – catamaran!
Izvor:  Visit Croatia - a travel guide
Četvrtak, 04 Travanj 2019 16:00

Although it’s always been relatively straightforward to transfer from Split Airport over the years (the airport transfer buses are certainly cheap, pretty quick and quite hassle-free), 2019 offers a new method of transport on this route. You’ll soon be able to transfer from Split Airport – or rather, the port close to it – to downtown Split by catamaran in only 20 minutes!

Split Airport Catamaran
You could be in Split in just 20 minutes!

Starting on the 1st May this year, this Split Airport catamaran line – named Split Express – will operate eight times a day throughout that month (and throughout October too). From 1st June until 30th September, the catamaran will increase its frequency, operating ten times a day. You can see details of the sailings below:

Split Airport Catamaran - May and October
Split Airport Catamaran - June to September

Catamarans operate from the main port in Split and from the port in Kastel Stafilic, very close to Split Airport.

Journey time is only 20 minutes which of course is quicker than the bus. Another advantage is that Split Airport catamaran will take you right to the port in Split. (Although of course the bus station is right by the port as well, so it’s not too far to walk to catch a ferry or catamaran on somewhere else even if you take a transfer bus.)

The Split Express will be run by Split-based company Catamaran Line, and each catamaran will have a capacity for 150 passengers.

A one-way ticket will cost 99 Kunas (children 7 and under travel free), and can be purchased online from Catamaran Line or at the Riva Travel agency (Obala Lazareta 3) just off the Riva in Split.

By comparison, the airport transfer bus costs 40 Kuna. So the catamaran is more expensive but the journey time is less – and it’s certainly a more ‘exciting’ way of travelling in to the city.

This new Split Airport catamaran is a great addition to the summer season, and we have no doubt that it will help many travellers.

Happy transferring!

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The Zagreb Stock Exchange trading report for first quarter of 2019
Izvor:  Zagrebačka burza - news
Četvrtak, 04 Travanj 2019 13:36

4.4.2019 13:36:00 -  

Love International 2019 Boat Parties Revealed!
Izvor:  Visit Croatia - a travel guide
Utorak, 02 Travanj 2019 16:10

There’s festivals in Croatia and then there’s boat parties at festivals in Croatia. A core component of any Croatian festival, the Love International 2019 boat parties are absolutely essential if you’re heading down to Tisno this summer for the festival. (3rd – 10th July 2019)

The Love International 2019 boat parties will be setting sail on the legendary sea dogs The Argonaughty and The Martina. What better way to experience both Love International and the gorgeous Adriatic waters?

Love International 2019 Boat Parties

These boat parties gather together 200 revellers for four hours, weaving past islands and gliding on the sparkling sea. With parties setting sail day and night, there’s some magic happening for every event whether it’s under the sun or the stars. Great music which inspires those behind the decks as well as those in front of them; its not just the DJs that will really be letting loose.

Now in its fourth year, Love International have once more presented an eclectic boat party programme with like-minded collectives, labels and parties who help form the festival’s ethos.

Love International 2019 Boat Party Timetable

Setting sail on Argonaughty…

Thurs 4th July, 2-6pm – Housework with Shanti Celeste, Golesworthy, Daisy Moon and Gramrcy
Thurs 4th July, 7-11pm – Leftfoot with Young Marco, Matt Beck and Adam Regan

Friday 5th July, 2-6pm – R&S Records with The Maghreban and Andy Whitaker
Friday 5th July, 7-11pm – Magic Door with Maxxi Soundsystem, Dukes of Hazard, Itchy Rich

Saturday 6th July, 2-6pm – Lowlife x DTTS with Balearic Mike, Bill Brewster, Frank Broughton, Kelvin Andrews
Saturday 6th July, 7-11pm – Resident Advisor with Midland and Ciel

Sunday 7th July, 2-6pm – Flux with Dan Shake, Desert Sound Colony, Tristan da Cuhna, Flux DJs
Sunday 7th July, 7-11pm – Futureboogie with Felix Dickinson, Dave Harvey, Christophe

Monday 8th July, 2-6pm – Chapter 10 Gay Pleasure Cruise with Wes Baggaley, Dan Beaumont, Charlie Porter, hosted by A Man To Pet
Monday 8th July, 7-11pm – Opium with HAAi, Manfredas and Vidis

Tuesday 9th July, 2-6pm – Homoelectric with Gina Breeze, Jamie Bull and Will Tramp
Tuesday 9th July, 7-11pm – HMS Respectable Deep Sea Cruising with 90s/00s guilty pleasures

Wednesday 10th July, 2pm – 6pm and 8pm-10pm – Wilde Renate Secret Island with Peak and Swift and Cyranotaurus Cortex
Wednesday 10th July, 6pm – 10pm – Secret Island with Axel Boman and Alison Swing

Love International 2019 Boat Parties
The Martina © Photography by Jake Davis for Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Setting sail on The Martina…

Thursday 4th July, 3-7pm – Origins with Hodge and Bruce
Thursday 4th July, 8-midnight – Tone Dropout with Alphonse, Craig Bratley and Sween

Friday 5th July, 3-7pm – ESP Institute with Roman Flügel, Lovefingers and Heidi Lawden
Friday July 5th, 8-midnight – Wigflex with Craig Richards and Lukas Wigflex

Saturday 6th July, 3-7pm – Make Me with Leon Vynehall B2B Moxie, Make Me
Saturday 6th July, 8-midnight – Dance With Pride with Paramida, OK Williams and Lucija

Sunday 7th July, 3-7pm – MUSU with Saoirse and MUSU Residents

Sunday 8th July, 8 – midnight – Bears In Space with Kornel Kovacs, Victor Rodrigeuz and Chris Bowen

Wednesday 10th July, 2pm – 6pm and 8pm-midnight – Love International Recordings with Ruf Dug

Love International 2019 Boat Parties
Midland and Octo © Photography Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Love International 2019 Boat Party Tickets

Tickets go on sale at 10am, Tuesday 2nd April at loveinternationalfestival.com/buy-tickets.

More on Love International

Check out our guide to Love International or see other festival announcements from the past few months: Love International 2019 – First artists revealed, 2019 Love International Line-Up – Full Announcement and Love International Shows at Barbarella’s Club Revealed.

And do of course also check them out on their website, as well as on Facebook and Twitter.

Love International
Tisno, 3rd – 10th July 2019
loveinternationalfestival.com

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The Zagreb Stock Exchange monthly trading report for March 2019
Izvor:  Zagrebačka burza - news
Ponedjeljak, 01 Travanj 2019 14:19

1.4.2019 14:19:00 -  

Visiting Croatia After Brexit
Izvor:  Visit Croatia - a travel guide
Ponedjeljak, 01 Travanj 2019 13:44

Note: Although we’re posting this on the 1st April, Brexit is not an April Fool’s. Sadly.

Ahh, Brexit. The 29th March 2019 has been and gone and the UK is still apparently in the EU. But somehow Brexit is still inching closer and closer (what date is it now…12th April? Goodie) and no one’s any the wiser with regards to what will happen with the UK. But there is some important information for travellers considering visiting Croatia after Brexit which we’ll lay out here. Whether any of this will actually come into effect and when (April? May? Never?!) we shall just have to see.

The information on this page is largely related to travellers visiting Croatia after Brexit. If you’re a British national residing in Croatia (or thinking about doing so), we’d suggest looking at the information provided on the GOV.UK website: Living in Croatia. If you live in Croatia and have any concerns, you may like to contact the British Embassy in Zagreb.

Visiting Croatia after Brexit

All of this information on this page relates to visiting Croatia as we’re an Croatian travel information website, of course. But Croatia is part of the EU, so (most of) this advice relates to visiting any other EU country as well.

Much of the information also depends on whether the UK leaves the EU with or without a deal. Really, it’s a waiting game as to what will happen.

European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)

Should the UK leave the EU on 12th April without a deal, EHIC cards will no longer be valid. If there is a deal, these cards are likely to still be valid over the next few years of transition. Beyond that, it is unclear whether UK citizens can use EHIC cards in Europe.

If you already have an EHIC card and are visiting Croatia this year, we would advise you to still take it along.

But most importantly, we would absolutely advise all travellers to arrange separate travel insurance for visiting Croatia in case any health issues arise.

More info: EHIC advice (NHS)

Driving Licenses

If the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 12th April, UK driving license holders will need to obtain an International Driving Permit (IDP) in order to drive in the EU (including Croatia).

An IDP is not a driving license, but a permit that can be used in addition to a British driving license. It is used in countries where using just a UK driving license is not sufficient. (Currently around 140 countries – not including the EU – require one for British drivers.)

An IDP can be easily obtained from the Post Office and costs just £5.50. If you’re planning on driving in Croatia this summer, we would recommend you obtain an IDP now (given the low cost), just to be on the safe side in case of a no deal Brexit.

More info: Driving Abroad (from Gov.uk)

Passport Requirements for Croatia and the EU

Advice here actually differs for the EU and for Croatia – most of the EU is part of the Schengen Zone whereas Croatia (and Bulgaria, Romania and Cyprus) are not (yet).

If travelling to the Schengen Zone after a possible no deal Brexit, you need to have at least 6 months left on your passport after arriving in that Schengen Zone country. That means if you currently have less than six months left on your passport, you need to renew your passport pretty much immediately.

However, for non-Schengen Zone EU countries – such as Croatia – this rule does not appear to apply. (Or rather, such countries can apply their own rules.) If you’re visiting Croatia after Brexit, it does not seem to be the case that you have to have six months left on your passport. The Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website does not state anything regarding this – only saying:

** Since Brexit talks are still ongoing, the public will be informed about possible changes to the entry terms and travel regime in regard to British citizens via media and the MFEA website in timely fashion.

Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website

Which is about as vague as Brexit itself. Essentially, keep your eyes peeled.

More advice: Passport rules for travel to the EU after Brexit (Gov.uk)

Visa requirements for Croatia and the EU

In future, although UK passport holders won’t require a visa to visit Croatia/the EU, they will need to apply for an ETIAS visa waiver. ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation System) is essentially the European version of an ESTA, the visa waiver programme for the United States.

When it comes into effect (in ‘early 2021’), it can be applied for online and will cost €7. It will be valid for three years.

More info: A European Travel Information and Authorisation System – Questions & Answers (European Commission)

Data Roaming

These days, what’s a holiday without posting daily updates on Insta, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Linkedin, Myspace and MSN Messenger? #summerhols And we all know how picturesque and photo-perfect Croatia is, right? It’s just made for sharing.

Aside from a smartphone, what’s the next most important thing you need to achieve peak social media sharing? Data roaming…and lots of it.

Brits been lucky enough to get ‘free’ data roaming (plus calls and texts, of course) in the EU for a couple of years now. However, this will very likely change post Brexit – with or without a deal.

The current suggestion is that should the UK leave the EU with a deal, British holidaymakers could still enjoy free data roaming until the end of 2020 (or until the end of the transition period, if different).

However, if the UK leaves without a deal then it is down to individual mobile operators as to whether or not they start reintroducing charges for using a phone in the EU – and they could do so almost immediately.

You may like to contact your mobile phone network to see what they say with regards to this, particularly if you’re planning on visiting Croatia or the EU soon.

More info:

Flights to Croatia and the EU

Even if there is a no deal, it is very unlikely that flights to or from Croatia would suddenly get cancelled the day after the UK leaves the EU. So if you have already bought flights to Croatia, or are thinking about it, we would say don’t worry in this regard – and look forward to your holiday!

More info: Brexit: Will flights be disrupted? (BBC News)

Visiting Croatia after Brexit – in conclusion

If you have booked your flights and holiday to Croatia this summer, we’re (almost) sure that everything will be fine and that you’ll have an amazing time.

But, overall, we’re recommend paying close attention to the news to a) see the actual Brexit outcome and b) in case there are any announcements effecting travellers to the EU!

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Life on Mars 2019
Izvor:  The official website of the Tourist Office Novalja - your first choice
Ponedjeljak, 01 Travanj 2019 13:06

Objava Life on Mars 2019 pojavila se prvi puta na Visit Novalja.


New Flights to Croatia 2019
Izvor:  Visit Croatia - a travel guide
Petak, 29 Ožujak 2019 17:16

Here we are at the end of March already – a time when quite a few airlines start their regular ‘summer’ flights to Croatia! A great opportunity to look and see what new flights to Croatia – and other changes – there are for 2019.

New Flights to Croatia 2019

New flights from Ireland to Croatia

There’s some excellent news for our Irish friends with plans to visit Croatia this year. Ryanair have two new routes this year – from Dublin to Split and Dubrovnik. Both routes will operate four times a week (on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays to Split; and on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays to Dubrovnik) from the beginning of June through to the end of October.

Aer Lingus continue to fly the above two routes as well, but have also introduced a new one for 2019. They will fly from Cork to Dubrovnik twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from 11th to 28th September.

London to Zadar with Easyjet

Zadar is a stunning town, so it’s great news that there’s more and more flights to this Dalmatian airport each year! Easyjet have flown from London Luton to Zadar for a couple of years and will now also fly to Zadar from London Gatwick. Flights will operate twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from 30th April to the 26th October.

Another London airport for flights to Split

London is of course spoilt for choice when it comes to flights to Croatia – with plenty of flights from Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted.

But British Airways will now add another airport into this mix – London City Airport. Flights from here will operate three times a week (on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays) from 21st June to 6th September.

British Airways have also increased frequency of flights from London Heathrow to Split – in peak summer (from 20th May onwards), the airline now has seven flights a week on this route. (Daily apart from Saturdays, with two flights on Sundays.)

New flights to Rijeka with TUI

TUI have introduced two new routes for 2019 – both to an airport in Croatia they have never serviced before, Rijeka.

They will fly from London Gatwick and Manchester to Rijeka once a week (Thursdays) from 23rd May to 10th October.

But TUI don’t just stop there in terms of new flights! There’s also good news for Welsh visitors to Croatia – for the first time, there is now a direct flight from Cardiff Airport to Dubrovnik (operates on Thursdays from 2nd May to 31st October).

And the airline also have two more new routes – from Doncaster Sheffield to Pula (operates on Saturdays from 4th May to 5th October) and from Leeds Bradford to Dubrovnik (operates on Thursdays from 2nd May to 31st October).

However, there’s one route that TUI have dropped for 2019 – they are no longer operating flights from Newcastle to Dubrovnik.

Flybe no longer fly to Croatia

Flybe have dropped all of their flights from the UK to Croatia. They used to fly from London Southend to Zadar and Dubrovnik.

More flights per week with Jet2.com

There’s no new flights with Jet2.com this year. (The airline has introduced a number of new routes to Croatia in the last couple of years, so we’ll forgive them!) They are, however, increasing frequency on some of their existing routes. There will be three flights a week in peak season (15th July to 22nd September) from London Stansted to Split, and five flights a week in peak season (27th May to 22nd September) from London Stansted to Dubrovnik.

However, they have reduced frequency on their East Midlands to Split and Edinburgh to Split routes for 2019 – both will only fly once a week this year.

More on new flights to Croatia 2019

Check out our Flights to Croatia page for full details of all routes from the UK and Ireland to Croatia for 2019, as well as their frequency and dates of operation.

Happy flying!

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New liquidity bands for the tick size regime for shares since April 1, 2019.
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Petak, 22 Ožujak 2019 13:09

22.3.2019 12:09:00 -  

The Yacht Week 2019 – Phase one line-up announcement
Izvor:  Visit Croatia - a travel guide
Ponedjeljak, 18 Ožujak 2019 18:12

The Yacht Week 2019 has announced phase one of its summer line-up of world-class DJs that will be appearing on its yachts in Croatia this summer. This unique ‘floating festival’ – the original one, no less – gathers together a flotilla of yachts full of party people seeking out adventures at sea. And it is only The Yacht Week that puts quality, credible music at the core of its offering – to give partygoers the chance to experience incredible house music and a party like no other. It has been sailing along Croatia’s Adriatic coastline since 2006 and is now set in six other destinations worldwide. But which DJs will be appearing in Croatia this summer? Read on below to find out who’s on the line up!

The Yacht Week 2019

The Buzz Boat

Weiss, Illyus & Barrientos, Mark Knight, and Offaiah will all be appearing on ‘The Buzz Boat’, a floating DJ stage, fully kitted out with a VOID Acoustic soundsystem. All in all, the Buzz Boat is a truly unforgettable experience.

The Buzz Boat
The Buzz Boat

Weiss was the breakout house music star of 2018, thanks to the phenomenal success of his track ‘Feel My Needs’. The sunset groover with luscious old school piano riffs brought him mainstream attention, but this British DJ / producer has already proved his credentials many times over with huge releases on Dirtybird, Toolroom, This Ain’t Bristol and more. Now heavily in demand at the world’s best clubs and festivals, Weiss is sure to bring the perfect vibes for The Yacht Week crowds during week 26 (22nd June to 29th June).

Weiss, The Yacht Week 2019
Weiss
Illyus & Barrientos, The Yacht Week 2019
Illyus & Barrientos

Also preparing to board The Buzz Boat for week 27 (29th June to 6th July) are Illyus & Barrientos, the Glaswegian pairing currently tearing up dancefloors with their raw, jackin’ cut, ‘Shout’, on Toolroom Records, a track which perfectly sums up their energetic, deep, and percussive approach to house music. With releases on Suara, Exploited Records, Glasgow Underground and many more, Illyus & Barrientos have a well-deserved reputation as one of the hottest DJ / production duos in the UK. 

There’s very little Mark Knight hasn’t achieved in the world of electronic music. The Toolroom Records boss is one of the most revered DJ / producers out there. His influence has shaped the sound of house music over two decades and provided him with a Grammy nomination, Toolroom Radio (broadcasting to millions), huge record sales, sold out Ibiza seasons, sold out world tours, and much more. Mark Knight taking over the VOID Acoustics soundsystem out on the waves will be an unforgettable experience. He appears during week 30 (20th July to 27th July).

Mark Knight, The Yacht Week 2019
Mark Knight

Also announced is Offaiah, who will be performing during week 31 (27th July to 2nd August). This Londoner has been steadily building a reputation for quality, bumping house music full of hooks you can’t shake off and perfectly crafted drops for the dancefloor. Since smashing his way into clubland consciousness in 2017 with his breakout hit, the gospel-tinged, ‘Trouble’, Offaiah has been busy; releasing tracks on Defected, arguably the most credible and established name in house music, kicking off his new label All Fire Records, and most recently, remixing Deadmau5’s new single ‘Hurricane’. Hugely talented and heavily in demand: The Yacht Week is in for a treat.   

The Yacht Week – Other Routes in Croatia

The Yacht Week experience is full of big nights and big DJs, alongside some more underground events supporting up and coming DJ talent. But all are designed to test the endurance of even the most committed clubbers!

If you’re thinking of attending the Ultra Festival in Split, why not combine that event with The Yacht Week?! The Croatia Ultra Festival Route includes tickets to Ultra Festival for the ultimate blow out. But when it’s time to recover, nothing comes close to The Yacht Week; guests can snorkel in secluded bays, try some seaside yoga, kick back at a beach lounge and enjoy freshly prepared lunch or dinner, and much more, before the night brings another dance floor.

The Yacht Week 2019

Book The Yacht Week 2019

A yacht for six friends with a skipper starts at just £493 per person. This includes 7 fun filled days of sailing and nights of partying, with plenty of boutique events and experiences (think: morning yoga, disco dodgeball; lavish lunches) as part of the mix.

Book online now at www.theyachtweek.com!


Yoga
The Yacht Week

More on The Yacht Week 2019

Find out all the info you need to know on the official website, and do also check out The Yacht Week on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube.


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