Founded in 1998, DT Croatia is a leading DMC & PCO for the organisation of many international special group programs, incentives and conferences in Croatia. Offices in Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb.
DT Croatia - offers and successfully operates all desired arrangements with a delivery of full service to all our clients. We give you our impartial advice and practical help, such as; bid presentation, orientation visits, venue selection service, promotional and print material, conference budget planning, accommodation booking, access and transportation, civic hospitality, registration service, social and partner programs. In short, whether you are planning a major event or a small incentive, we will provide you with detailed itineraries, fast quotations on fair prices, creative programs, efficient and reliable personalized services, coaches and boats of the highest available standard, supervision and coordination of the program by senior office staff during operations... and much, much more.

Achievements / Awards

  • Kongres Magazine, Won Most Influential DMC in the South East Europe Region, October 2014        
  • DT is Classified in the highest solvency category in Croatia -  AA, and is ranked among top 4% of companies that have this excellence certificate.                                                    
  • Continually striving for excellence, DT was certified with ISO 9001-2008 in 2009, guaranteeing a superior quality of service. We have successfully been audited each year since and continue to hold our ISO certification.
  • The Golden Book of Best Croatian Entrepreneurs & Managers Bisnode 2013
  • Gazelle Award 2011, "Gazelle" is organized by the media company, which promotes the economic development of the market, especially in the field of small and medium enterprises, with an emphasis on growth, development and business transparency. "Gazelle" is awarded to less than five percent of companies. These are companies that have recorded above average growth rates.               
  • “Golden Kuna” award presented by the Chamber of commerce for the most successful small company of  the Dubrovnik-NeretvaCounty in the year 2010 and 2014

Destination Highlights

Croatia is a land of unique and rare natural beauty where tradition goes back over 2000 years during which a great historic and cultural heritage has developed. This  region is well known for its warm hospitality where all visitors are welcome. With crystal clear waters, warm climate throughout the year, rich cultural and historic  background. This country offers the right setting and atmosphere for any Event organisation, Meeting or Incentive programs. Choose between numerous attractive Meeting & Event locations and Venues in; Dubrovnik medieval old town, Dalmatian city Split, Island Hvar, Zadar, Istria region, and Croatia’s capital Zagreb. Easily combine your tour with other attractive Southeast European countries. Add the final touch to days rich with activity with the choice of evening events making the visit to any city unforgettable.

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Unique Selling Points

  • Many National Parks
  • Beautiful continent and coastline with more than 1000 islands and islets and many National Parks
  • Dubrovnik, home to one of the oldest pharmacies in operation, private cocktails and/or dinners can be arranged in the courtyard
  • A number of UNESCO listed cities and monuments, the most notable being the Medieval Walled City of Dubrovnik
  • Safe and clean destination
  • Croatia is home to the world’s smallest town Hum, which can be “rented”   for private events


  • Culture & Heritage: Many monuments and sites listed in UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Yachting: Kornati Archipelago
  • Water Sports: Brac Island (jet ski, windsurf, sailing, diving and kayaking)
  • Health Tourism: Losinj Island. Wellness and Croatia go together along the coast and the Central European interior to mix the best natural care with the best a man can create.
  • Music festivals all summer long
  • Wine and gastronomy: Vis Island- Authentic Dalmatian-style seafood and Hvar Island's organic wines and liqueurs
  • Sea, Sun and Unlimited Fun: Hvar Island
  • Family Vacation: Šibenik Island hosting an excellent children’s festival.


Fun Facts

  • Croatia is one of the filming locations of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones
  • World’s largest truffle was found in Istria region, area where you can arrange truffle hunting for small groups
  • Zinfandel grape originates from Croatia
  • The world’s smallest town Hum
  • The dog breed Dalmatian can be traced back to Croatia and the Dalmatia region
  • Croatia has the most cultural and historical heritage under the protection of UNESCO (and shares this first place with Spain) and has the highest number of UNESCO intangible goods of any European country.
  • The richest collection in the world of remains of Neanderthals was discovered in Krapina in central Croatia.
  • Nikola Tesla was born in Smiljan, Croatia.
  • Zadar has the world’s first pipe organ played by the sea and is also known for its sunset which Alfred Hitchcock said was the most beautiful in the world.
  • The island of Hvar off the Dalmatian coast is the island with the most hours of sunshine in Europe – more than 2,800 hours a year.

General Information and Climate

  • Croatia is an Eastern European country with a long coastline on the Adriatic Sea.
  • Flight time from Istanbul to Zagreb is 2 hours 10 minutes.
  • Schengen visa is required for Turkish citizens.
  • The best time to visit Croatia is during the months of May and June and September and October. There are pleasant sunny days ideal for swimming in the sea and sunbathing, with all the tourist facilities up and running but no crowds.
  • Croatian cuisine is heterogeneous and is known as a cuisine of the regions, since every region of Croatia has its own distinct culinary tradition. Its roots date back to ancient times. The differences in the selection of foodstuffs and forms of cooking are most notable between those in mainland and those in coastal regions. Mainland cuisine is more characterized by the earlier Slavic and the more recent contacts with neighboring cultures—Hungarian and Turkish, using lard for cooking, and spices such as black pepper, paprika, and garlic. The coastal region bears the influences of the Greek and Roman cuisine, as well as of the later Mediterranean cuisine, in particular Italian (especially Venetian). Coastal cuisines use olive oil, and herbs and spices and lemon and orange rind. Peasant cooking traditions are based on imaginative variations of several basic ingredients (cereals, dairy products, meat, fish, vegetables) and cooking procedures (stewing, grilling, roasting, baking), while bourgeois cuisine involves more complicated procedures and use of selected herbs and spices. Charcuterie is part of Croatian tradition in all regions.