Cultural Center of Balkans



It is located in southeastern Europe; in the west Croatia has access to the Adriatic Sea, in the north it borders with Slovenia and Hungary, in the south with Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the east with Serbia.


The capital and largest city of the Republic of Croatia emerged from two medieval settlements that for centuries budded in the neighboring hills and, at the same time, Croatia’s political, economic and cultural center.


The crystal-clear sea of a heart-shaped peninsula known for one of the best olive oils in the world.


The irresistible beauty of the Kvarner Bay leaves visitors breathless with its richness of nature, architecture and historical heritage. And when the lights go out and many other cities go silent, Rijeka continues with the same dynamic rhythm moving to interesting restaurants and clubs.