Euronews takes a tour of the Croatian capital to ample some of the delights that are attracting scores of tourists to the southern European city.
"We think that this comes from a place of ignorance and hate towards those things which people do not understand."
Rimac Automovili, just outside the capital Zagreb, has more than 600 employees, half of them are engineers, designing and building hyper sports cars as fast as a bullet train
People from all corners of the Dubrovnik region gather to honour Saint Blaise, the patron saint of the city for over a millennium, who according to legend, saved it from the attack of a Venetian fleet.
The city of Rijeka in Croatia on Saturday held its opening ceremony for the start of its year as European Capital of Culture 2020.
The port city is the first in the country to be awarded the title, one it shares with Galway in Ireland.
Over 70 events took place across the Rijeka, culminating in a performance of 'Industrial Opera' representing the city's heritage as a port.
Has Croatia's biggest trial of the decade handed Russia the keys to Europe? As the country takes over the Presidency of the European Union, fears that this is the case are rising.
Croatia's PM has been to the scene
"We have to deliver and keep our promises," von der Leyen said — in contrast to France's Macron who opposed opening accession talks until after reforms.
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the incumbent president of Croatia, has lost Sunday's runoff election to Zoran Milanović, leader of the country's Social Democrat party.
The mayor of Rijeka says his city will live up to its 'Port Of Diversity' billing despite the more conservative nature of Croatia during the Adriatic port city's tenure as joint European Capital of Culture. Rijeka is sharing the honour with Galway in the Irish Republic.
Conservative incumbent Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, who is running for a second term, will face a run-off on January 5.
Kolinda Grabar- Kitarovic is looking to win a second term in office as she faces challengers from the right and the left
A European Union-funded renewable energy project is helping to build bridges in the Balkans – and saving money at the same time.
Human Rights Watch called on European authorities to investigate the "shocking and unacceptable" shooting, which left the migrant critically wounded.
The Croatian prime minister has announced that a presidential election will be held later this year.
Global Conversation talked to the Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic to discuss the country's achievements, the next challenges, but also the challenges of the wider region.
Probably due to engine failure, a small two-passenger sports aircraft landed on the A6 motorway at the Ravna Gora junction in the direction of Rijeka.
Peljesac Bridge, one of the EU's major infrastructure projects, is set to cost €420 million. Construction work stalled for more than a decade, but now it's back on track.
Powerhouse performances from Georgia and Japan on Day 3 of Zagreb Grand Prix as Japanese judokas top medals standings with four golds and four silvers
Great Britain's Gemma Howell struck judo gold for a second time in two weeks after victory at the 2019 Zagreb Grand Prix and was our Woman of the Day
Explosive judo on Day 1 of Zagreb Grand Prix, Spain's Alberto Gaitero Martin is our Man of the Day and Canada's Jessica Klimkait our Woman of the Day
Police advised organisers to act after heavy winds threatened to push the blaze closer to the festival site on the island of Pag.
Elsewhere, Austria is to introduce a ban on vehicles leaving the motorway in Salzburg on weekends in a bid to help local communities suffering from gas emissions.
Over the 47 days of the season, the Dubrovnik will stage over 80 performances across thirty locations in the city.
These eco-conscious hotels are looking to minimise their impact on the natural environment.