1 HANDBALL S GREATEST EVENTS EHF EURO shape the tournament! CROATIA 2018 MEN S EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP BID BOOK Application for the organization of the Men s European Championship 2018
3 CROATIA 2018 MEN S EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP BID BOOK Application for the organization of the Men s European Championship 2018
4 CROATIA 2018 MEN S EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP BID BOOK Application for organization of the Men s European Championship 2018
5 Contents: 1. MOTIVATION AND REASONS FOR ORGANIZING ECh OUR VISION 3. LEGACY 4. COMMUNICATION AND PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES 5. EVENT CONCEPT 6. ABOUT CROATIA AND CROATIAN MEN S HANDBALL TEAM
7 MOTIVATION AND REASONS FOR ORGANIZING ECh 2018
9 MOTIVATION AND REASONS FOR ORGANIZING ECh 2018 a. Promotion of handball b. Positioning of the Croatian Handball Federation as relevant partner to the European Handball Federation and reliable organizer c. International promotion of Republic of Croatia and hosting cities Over the decades handball has been one of the most popular sports in Croatia. The people have practiced it with love, spectators supporting their favorite teams or playing it for leisure. Our athletes and our team of handball experts have had one of the leading rolls at the international competitions and they have contributed a great deal in developing the game itself, as they continue to do so. It was because of them that handball has become increasingly popular among both the domestic sport public and the international one. In order to maintain this tradition, our strongest motive to organize the 2018 Men s European Championship is precisely the further promotion and popularization of handball both among boys and among girls. It is a unique opportunity for each generation of spectators, but especially for the young ones to see the best of what handball has to offer and to host to the best handball men players. It is our desire to encourage children to practice handball more, either in the physical education classes in their schools or in handball clubs. Working with children and forming the players are the leading tasks of the persons in charge of handball. By bringing a top event as the Men s European Championship, we give the opportunity to the young generations to identify themselves with their idols by watching them live. Alongside with our primary objective - encouraging young people to play handball - there is another motivating point for our candidature. Winning the right of organization would also help the international promotion of the hosting cities and the country itself. Our country, being tourist destination, has major interest in developing all branches of tourism. For years, tourist organizations have dedicated more and more attention to sport tourism, whether it have been recreational and leisure activities or tourists that have been coming to the country as sport fans to cheer their teams at international competitions. Therefore, it is in the best interest of the state and the local institutions to support all entities that are willing to organize international sport events, as they do in the case of bid for Men s European Championship We definitely count on the major support from the side of the government. In case the Croatian bid earns the trust of the EHF and wins the right to organize the Men s European Championship 2018, we will again demonstrate that we are a reliable and trustworthy partner to the head organization of European handball, which is yet another reason for bidding.
11 OUR VISION
13 OUR VISION Create an atmosphere for people from different European countries to meet each other through handball, so that everyone takes part in celebrating handball, sport and fair play by cheering their team Having as the primary vision, which lead us during our bid for organizing previous handball championships promotion of the country and its sport, as well as presenting the handball federation as a reliable and excellent organizer and host -, the decision to bid for 2018 ECh leads us one step further. Considering present international circumstances, we wish to use handball as a tool that would help bringing together European peoples. Our desire is that all our guests meet each other through handball and celebrate sport and fair play. Therefore, our slogan Come, Meet, Cheer and Celebrate! - is the thread we will follow throughout the bidding process and the eventual organization of the Championship. We also want to contribute to this kind of unity by having our federatio team up with in this bid. We firmly believe that our candidature is the strongest and that it is the winning option. Of course, we do not want to forget about the most significant actors of the event, the players. They should be always in the focus! Therefore, it is very important that they do not have to travel too much and can reserve their energy for the matches, thus keeping a good level of performance throughout the tournament.
17 LEGACY a. Continuous use of infrastructure built for Men s European Championship 2000, Women s World Championship 2003 and Men s World Championship 2009 b. Meeting new standards in organizing major sporting events as a legacy in electing new hosts c. Economic impact Our bid project is based on the legacy of the competitions organized by our federation. Croatian Handball Federation can proudly state its capacity and experience in organizing major sporting events. The European Championship for men held in Croatia in the year 2000 had been one of the biggest sport events ever organized in Croatia, and carrying out of it got the highest marks from the European handball federation, as well as from all of the participants. The above mentioned facts were the main reasons which led to win the organization of the World Championship for women, which took place in December After yet another task well accomplished with the WCh for women, Croatian Handball Federation won the right to organize the World Championship for men in 2009, which was carried out impeccably. It was held in 7 different venues. In the period of 2 years, 6 new sport halls were built which means that none of the infrastructure will need further investment either from the part of the state s administration, or from Croatian Handball Federation which is very important fact. We would like to mention that TV coverage of the World Championship held in Croatia had 27% higher rate than the one held 2 years before in Germany. The ticketing system, which Croatian Handball Federation organized in cooperation with the Dekod Company, was at the highest level. There were tickets sold for 102 matches that were played. All in all, Croatian Handball Federation received words of praise from the participating teams and from the International Handball Federation for well organized Championship. All these events, reaching all corners of the country, contributed to the growing popularity of our sport, both among the spectators, the sponsor and the media. The experience we possess in organizing major sporting events and the superb way of carrying them out, leaves us with a very good reason to believe that Croatian Handball Federation can leave in legacy the new organizing standards to be taken into consideration while determining future hosts of major handball competitions. In view of the economic impact of staging the European Championship, it is important to mention the economic effect which is one of the most important heritages in terms of the income which is planned to be invested in sport strategic plans.
19 COMMUNICATION AND PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES
21 COMMUNICATION AND PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES WHY? HOW? - To make public in our country and other participating countries sensitive and perceptive of the event - By creating visual / sound identity - By organizing various accompanying events during the bidding procedure and after the possible win of organization of ECh Website with continues info and stories DOMESTIC ACTIVITIES: o Promotional campaigns about the European Championship in the newspapers o Promotional campaigns on TV Stations o Exhibitions o Promotional sport activities o Inclusion of the famous athletes in promoting the Championship o Use of new technologies, Internet o Press clipping o Press conferences INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES: o Pay a visits to a major sporting events in order to promote the Championship o Organization of promotional events in the various European countries in cooperation with Croatian Tourist Board and Ministry of Tourism o Creation of the website o Promotional campaigns in foreign sport-handball press o Educational programs (international coaches courses, Training camps for children, conferences)
23 EVENT CONCEPT
25 EVENT CONCEPT The European Championship is expected to take place from January 14h to 28th The exact dates will be fixed after the appointment of the host association. There will be 16 teams participating, 47 Matches to be played in 13 days according to the following playing schedule: rou rou rou rou A 1 B 1 C 1 D 1 A 2 B 2 C 2 D 2 A 3 B 3 C 3 D 3 A 4 B 4 C 4 D 4 Arrival Day, Sat, Preliminary Round roup A roup B roup C roup D match no. match no. match no. match no. 1. Sun, A1 : A 3 7 B1 : B 3 2 A 2 : A4 8 B 2 : B4 2. Mon, C 1 : C 3 19 D 1 : D 3 14 C2 : C 4 20 D 2 : D4 3. Tue, A4 : A 1 9 B4 : B 1 4. Wed, A 3 : A2 10 B3 : B 2 5. Thu, A1 : A 2 11 B 1 : B2 6 A 3 : A4 12 B3 : B 4 6. Fri, Departure teams ranked 13 to 16 - groups C and D Main Round roup match no. 7. Sat, A : 2. B A : 3. B A : 1. B Departure teams ranked 13 to 16 - groups A and B 8. Sun, C 4 : C 1 21 D 4 : D 1 16 C3 : C 2 22 D 3 : D2 17 C 1 : C 2 23 D 1 : D 2 18 C3 : C 4 24 D 3 : D4 roup match no C : 2. D C : 3. D C : 1. D 9. Mon, A : 1. B A : 3. B A : 2. B 10. Tue, C : 1. D C : 3. D C : 2. D 11. Wed, A : 2. B C : 2. D A : 1. B 41 2.C :1.D A : 3. B 42 3.C :3.D est Day, Thu, departure teams ranked 7 to 12 Pla emen ma lace Fri, Fri, lace 5 6 lace 1-4 est Day, Sat, departure teams ranked 7 to 12 inal Departure teams ranked 5 and Sun, Departure Day, Mon, match no : 3. lace 1-4 match no : : 1. lace 1-4 lace 3 4 match no : 45 lace W44 : W45
27 ABOUT CROATIA
29 ABOUT CROATIA Geographical position: Croatia extends from the furthest eastern edges of the Alps in the north-west to the Pannonian lowlands and the banks of the Danube in the east; its central region is covered by the Dinara mountain range, and its southern parts extend to the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Population: 4,437,460 inhabitants; composition of population: the majority of the population are Croats; national minorities are Serbs, Slovenes, Hungarians, Bosnians, Italians, Czechs and others. System of government: multi-party parliamentary republic. Capital: Zagreb (779,145 inhabitants), the economic, traffic, cultural and academic centre of the country. Coastline: 5,835 km of which 4,058 km comprise a coastline of islands, solitary rocks and reefs. Number of islands, solitary rocks and reefs: 1,185; the largest islands are Krk and Cres; there are 50 inhabited islands. Highest peak: Dinara: 1,831 m above sea level. Climate: There are two climate zones; a temperate continental climate, locally also a mountainous climate, prevails in the interior, whereas a pleasant Mediterranean climate prevails along the Adriatic coast, with an overwhelming number of sunny days, dry and hot summers, mild and humid winters; average temperature in the inland: January 0 to 2 C, August 19 to 23 C; average temperature at the seaside: January 6 to 11 C, August 21 to 27 C; the temperature is about 12 C in winter, and 25 C in summer. Currency: kuna (1 kuna = 100 lipa). Foreign currency can be exchanged in banks, exchange offices, post offices, travel agencies, hotels, camps, marinas; cheques can be cashed in banks.
31 The Republic of Croatia is a European country situated along the Adriatic Sea and its hinterland. It stretches from the slopes of the Alps and deep into the Pannonian Valley to the banks of the Danube and Drava rivers. Thus according to its natural characteristics, as well as its cultural and historical development, Croatia can be divided into three geographically distinct zones: the Coastal region the Mountain region the Pannonian region In Croatia, where the Mediterranean, the mountains and the Pannonian plains come together in a unique harmony of natural beauty, within just a little more than a hundred kilometres, you can come across excitingly different landscapes. The Adriatic, with one of the most indented coastlines in Europe with its 1,185 islands and islets, of which only 66 are inhabited, is undoubtedly the most popular tourist destination. Continental Croatia, however, also abounds in beauty: it is a land of forests, rivers rich in fish, swift mountain streams and deep gorges of Gorski Kotar, and the magnificent Plitvice Lakes in Lika. It is a land of golden wheat fields, oak woods and wide rivers of Slavonia and Baranja, a land of quaint little villages, romantic castles and manors, and picturesque rolling hills and vineyards of the Croatian Zagorje. The most popular possibilities for travel and tourism, of course, is summer tourism. You can also enjoy the benefits of rural tourism in many of the villages in the continental region of Croatia, as well as of health tourism in a number of spas and thermal and mineral springs, such as Varazdinske, Tuheljske, Stubicke and Krapinske spas, Lipik, Daruvar or Topusko in the continental region, and along the coast : Losinj, Umag, Opatija, Crikvenica, Hvar, Makarska, Vela Luka and Istarske Spa in Istria. If you are a gourmet and a connoisseur of fine food, or simply like tasty and healthy food, you will certainly more than enjoy Croatia. Another attraction certainly worth exploring are Croatia s wine cellars. Red wines are best along the coast Teran, Cabernet and Merlot in Istria and Opolo, Plavac, Dingac and Postup in Dalmatia. In the coastal area, some quality white wines are also produced, such as Pinot, Malvazija, Kujundzusa and White Muskat, while continental Croatia produces Traminac, Burgundac, Graševina and Kraljevina.
32 Arena Zagreb Spectators Capacity:
33 Zagreb is the biggest city and the capital of the Republic of Croatia. The city surface is 641,355 km 2, and it has a population of about one million. The city of Zagreb is a scientific, political, administrative, economic and cultural center of Croatia. It is the residence of the Croatian Parliament, the President and the Croatian Government. In written documents Zagreb is for the first time mentioned in 1094, the year when the first Diocese was established In 1557 Zagreb was mentioned for the first time as the capital of Croatia, and it became the capital of the Republic of Croatia on 25 June It is the date when the Croatian Parliament proclaimed independence and sovereignty of Croatia, and made Zagreb the capital of the country. The city of Zagreb was the organizer of numerous sports competitions throughout history, among which a special place can be given to Women World Championship
34 Spaladium Arena Spectators Capacity:
35 Split is a city in the Croatian region of Dalmatia, on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea, centred on the structure of the ancient Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian and its bay and port. With a population of 178,192 citizens and a metropolitan area numbering up to 350,000, Split is by far the largest Dalmatian city and the second-largest city of Croatia. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split s greater area includes the neighboring seaside towns as well. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is a link to numerous Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula. Split is also one of the oldest cities in the area. While it is traditionally considered just over 1,700 years old counting from the construction of Diocletian s Palace in 305 CE, archaeological research relating to the original founding of the city as the Greek colony of Aspálathos (Aσπάλαθος) in the 4th century BCE establishes the urban tradition of the area as being several centuries older. In 1979, the historic center of Split was included into the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Split is said to be one of the centres of Croatian culture. Its literary tradition can be traced to medieval times, and includes names like Marko Marulić, while in more modern times Split excelled by authors famous for their sense of humor. Among them the most notable is Miljenko Smoje, famous for his TV series Malo misto and Velo misto, with the latter dealing with the development of Split into a modern city.
36 City Hall Varaždin Spectators Capacity: 5.200
37 Varaždin is a town in which the very first handball match in Croatia took place on May 25th It is economically and culturally developed centre of the County and of the North-west Croatia. It is situated on a very busy European crossroads, and besides its favorable position it also has a rich monumental and cultural heritage. Varaždin is one of the oldest Croatian towns, whose historical name (Garestin) was firstly mentioned on 20 August 1181, in a document of Croatian- Hungarian king Bela lll. Varaždin is also one of the first Croatian towns which got the status of a free royal town. This privilege was given to Varaždin people by king Andria Arpadović ll, in his deed from 1209, and was reconfirmed in a legal document by king Bela lv in the year As early as the 15th century Varaždin became an important commercial, crafts and trade, social, administrative and traffic center of the north-west Croatia. Even at that time Varaždin had its town arms, which was in 1464 specially confirmed by Matija Korvin. Although in the mentioned period from the16th to the 17th century Croatian Parliament had its sessions in Varaždin several times, the town of Varaždin had its biggest social, political and economical boom in the second half of the 18th century. It then became the capital of Croatia (Marie Therese 1756). Today Varaždin can be distinguished by an extraordinary monumental and artistic heritage, and with one of the best preserved and richest baroque urban entirety in the continental part of Croatia.
38 Žatika sport centre Spectators Capacity: 3.500
39 Poreč is a town and municipality on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, in Istria County, Croatia. Its major landmark is the 6th century Euphrasian Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997 Poreč is almost 2,000 years old, and is set around a harbor protected from the sea by the small island of Saint Nicholas/San Nicolo (St. Nicholas). The town s population of approximately 12,000 resides mostly on the outskirts, while the wider Poreč area has a population of approximately 17,000 inhabitants. The municipal area covers 142 square kilometres (55 sq mi), with the 37 kilometres (23 miles) long shoreline stretching from the Mirna River near Novigrad to Funtana and Vrsar in the south. The town plan still shows the ancient Roman Castrum structure. The main streets are Decumanus and Cardo Maximus, still preserved in their original forms. Marafor is a Roman square with two temples attached. One of them, erected in the first century AD, is dedicated to the Roman god Neptune; its dimensions are 30 by 11 m (98.43 by ft). The Euphrasian Basilica, rebuilt in the 6th century under the Byzantine Empire and bishop Euphrasius, is the most important historical site in Parenzo. It is a protected World Heritage Site, so designated by UNESCO in 1997.
41 CROATIAN MEN S TEAM
43 CROATIAN MEN S TEAM Handball is one of the most popular sports in Croatia and since independence, the one sport that has brought the country the most sporting trophies. The Croatian Men Handball Selection has had great results at World and European Championships and, but their greatest success remains two gold medals at Olympic Games. Men s national handball team won medals on almost all tournaments they competed in last 10 years, and they have entered semi-final stage of competition on all European championships from Slovenia in Medals and Honours WCh 2013 SPAIN bronze OG 2012 LONDON bronze ECh 2012 SERBIA bronze ECh 2010 AUSTRIA silver WCh 2009 CROATIA silver ECh 2008 NORWAY silver WCh 2005 TUNISIA silver OG 2004 ATHENS gold WCh 2003 PORTUGAL gold OG 1996 ATLANTA gold WCh 1995 ICELAND silver ECh 1994 PORTUGAL bronze The first official performance on great tournaments men handball players had in 1993 on European championships 1994 where they won the bronze medal. As it was earlier mentioned two great Croatian Men Handball Teams won gold medals at Olympic Games in Atlanta 1996 and at Olympic Games in Athens Players like Smajlagic, Saracevic, Jovic, Matosevic, Losert from 1996 genereation and Balic, Metlicic, Dzomba, Sola, Vori from 2004 generation will always be rememberd in Croatia as national sport s heroes which brought so much joy to the fans in our country.
45 CROATIA 2018 MEN S EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP Come, Meet, Cheer and Celebrate!
46 HANDBALL S GREATEST EVENTS EHF EURO shape the tournament! Come, Meet, Cheer and Celebrate!
Homeland of Marco Polo Edouard Tripkovic Katayama Head of Representative Office in Japan UNWTO Silk Road Program Tokyo, 30.09.2011. MARCO POLO Marco Polo was born on the island of Korčula in Croatia. Marco
Slovenia. Slovenia, a relatively new country, established its independence in 1991. This nation, approximately the size of New Jersey, was once part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Yugoslavia. Borders:
Destination Management Company Message from Chairman of the Board BORIS ŽGOMBA Since it was founded in 1996, travel agency Uniline has reached the status of one of the leading destination management companies
THE MAGIC OF CROATIA IAGP 2015 Dear guest, In order to make your holidays even more authentic, official technical organizer of IAGP congress 2015, Rovinj offers you a selection of excursions and different
Croatia, The Mediterranean As It Once Was Croatian National Tourist Board Sania Jelic Oficina Nacional de Turismo de Croacia April 2010 Before 1991 Croatia = Yugoslavia Croatia as a name was not used as
Venice ITALY Ljubljana Opatija SLOVENIA Zagreb CROATIA HUNGARY BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA ADRIATIC SEA Split Dubrovnik MONTENEGRO Split www.katarina-line.com Opatija Dubrovnik Katarina line is the one of the
TRIP PROPOSAL FOR TORUŃ ŚWIECIE GDAŃSK GDYNIA SOPOT - MALBORK June 2009 Blue Sky Travel sp. z o.o. KRS 54368 www.bluesky.pl Ul. Roosevelta 2, 60-829 Poznań Regon 634227081 email@example.com
Touristic Development Project Hotel Zlatni Jelen, Rakovica, Republic of Croatia Introducing Croatia Croatia (EU member) is well known as a touristic country and last couple of years is a hit destinantion,
let us design your perfect holidays... in C R O AT I A and neighbourhood www.mondotravel.hr Make a memory I always get a warm feeling when I think about my past holidays. I remember the fun of being together
Objective: I can examine and analyze thematic maps to learn about the physical geography of ancient Rome and how it influenced the development of Roman civilization. ~I can identify modern day countries
Towards the Finals intended to inform and inspire the public till then. We are looking forward to meet You soon! In December 2007 Hungary was given the honour of hosting the forthcoming UEFA European Futsal
is the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the third largest city in Bulgaria. It is the eleventh-largest city in the Balkans It is the marine (or summer) capital of Bulgaria,
SLOVENIA At the heart of Europe, where the Alps meet the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Basin gives way to the Karst, lies Slovenia, a small green country that covers a surface area of only 20,273km2.
RIT CROATIA STUDY ABROAD A Rochester Institute of Technology Global Campus Dubrovnik The Pearl of the Adriatic In 1997, when RIT established its presence in Croatia, not many others had the vision to see
. CROATIAN ASSOCIATION OF COURT EXPERT WITNESSES AND VALUERS WELCOME ADDRESS OF HDSVIP PRESIDENT SPRING TEGOVA MEETING BERLIN 2015 mr.sc.,melita Bestvina,d.i.g. stalni sudski vještak za graditeljstvo predsjednica
CYCLING TOURS IN GREECE 2 Vilara St. 10437 +30 210 5249879 Proposal Issued May 2015 ABOUT US TravelnCycle.com is a team of friendly, enthusiastic, energetic and passionate about bicycle people. Our aim
BIKING HIKING TENNIS DIVING ACTIVE HOLIDAYS IN CROATIA VALAMAR HOTELS & RESORTS IN CROATIA From stress to your ultimate adventure after only a few hours on the highway: While most of Europe is still drenched
ANALYSIS OF TOURISM POTENTIAL FOR CRETE A. Matzarakis 1, P. Nastos 2 N. Karatarakis 3, A. Sarantopoulos 3 1 Meteorological Institute, University of Freiburg, Germany 2 Laboratory of Climatology and Atmospheric
ebt Finals THESSALONIKI 2016 1 Information folder Thessaloniki, February 2016 Folder contents 2 The region The city The venue Courts Competition services Weather data Internet and media services Test event
Location, Climate, Natural Resources United Kingdom Russia Germany Italy Which is a reason for the decline in manufacturing in the United Kingdom? The fuels are not clean Which accounts for the most of
TEAM TOUR OF TURKEY The information below will give you all required information for a sample 11 day / 10 night tour to Turkey. Turkey has become one of the most favorable spots for Professional Team's
Discover Prague! An Insider s Guide to Visiting Beautiful Prague Brought to You By Prague Airport Transfers INTRODUCTION 3 Discover Prague! Chapter 1 - INTRODUCTION To enjoy the city to the fullest, regardless
Baltic Travel Group Your Efficient Partner in the Baltic States! About Company Baltic Travel Group was established in 2000 and belongs today to the leading Destination Management suppliers in the Baltic
Cracow Incentive Cracow - Poland's prime tourist attraction and a must in Central Europe boasts numerous worldclass monuments, charming vistas, delightful atmosphere, and the best restaurants. Piasts dynasty
Croatia A custom-designed, small-group tour to Croatia and the surrounding area! May 4 to May 21, 2016 $3,999 ppdo land-only SIGN UP BY MARCH 1 TO SAVE $100 PER PERSON. SIGN UP FOR THE CENTRAL EUROPE TRIP
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.programcentrum.hu Tel: +36 1 317 77 67 BUDAPEST and HUNGARY Spend unforgettable days in Budapest and in Hungary Having attended the Conference, we offer leisure,
投稿類別 : 英文寫作類 篇名 : Tourism Development of Croatia 克羅埃西亞的觀光業發展初探 作者 : 張慈育 台北市立景美女中 高二善班 指導老師 : 劉慧平老師 I. Motivation I have been imagining about traveling all over the world since I read the novel Around the
Friday, 5 th September Maribor and surroundings Half day program (from 10 am till 4 pm) We invite you to discover the sights of Slovenia s second largest town, Maribor and its surroundings. We will show
WUC 2016 Biddings Evaluation Committee Brussels, October 7 th 2013 CANDIDATURE WORLD UNIVERSITY ORIENTEERING CHAMPIONSHIP 2016 MISKOLC (HUNGARY) 30th July 5th August 2016 Zoltán RAKACZKI President Miskolc
Hosting Big Events How Airbnb helps cities open their doors Big events are big business for destinations around the world. As event organizers and destination managers bid for, win and host events, they
V I L L A I V Y W A T E R F R O N T L I V I N G A T I T S F I N E S T B Y E X P L O R E D A L M A T I A S C U L T U R A L H E R I T A G E Split Dubrovnik Trogir Hvar Korcula Vis For more than three millennia,
ISLAND TOURISM AND YACHTING IN GREECE Presentation of George A. Gratsos Ph.D. President of the Hellenic Chamber of Shipping For Ministry of Shipping, Maritime Affairs & the Aegean High Level Conference
Development of Spa and Wellness Tourism in Hungary; Business Results Dr. Ákos NIKLAI Chairman, Hungarian National Tourist Office Past President of the Hotel Association of Hungary Brussels, 6 June 2007
INVESTMENTS IN CROATIA Vukovar- Srijem County Location of the Future for International Business and Investment www.vusz.hr 1 CROATIA Vukovar -Srijem county INVESTMENTS IN CROATIA Location of the Future
Continental Classic Express Luxury Train 08 Nights / 09 Days journey from Vienna to Split Vienna Ljubljana Bled Triest Postojna Lakes of Plitvice Zadar Sibenik Trogir - Split Departure 19 MAY or 15 SEP
Bulletin No 1 Bulletin No 1 To all IARU societies Dear ARDF Friends, The Polish Amateur Radio Union (PZK), the hosting Society on 19th IARU Region 1 ARDF Championships 2013, is pleased to invite ARDF teams,
Bulgarian History & Culture Tours email@example.com +359 2 915 77 15, +359 888 553 995 3, William Gladstone str., Sofia, Bulgaria Additional Information on the Destination Re-discover Europe by this History
UNITED NATIONS EP United Nations Environment Programme UNEP (DEPI)/RS.16 /INF.1.RS Original: ENGLISH 16 th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans Athens, Greece 29 th September
www.nextstepaustralia.com South Australia South Australia The total Area of South Australia is 380,070 square miles. Adelaide is the capital of South Australia The average maximum temperature in January
Ancient Greece 1000 BCE 200BCE Overview Ancient Greece culture had a powerful influence on the Roman Empire, which carried a version of it to many parts of the Mediterranean Sea and Europe, for which reason
Republic of Croatia Edition 2014 Ministry of Tourism Republic of Croatia www.mint.hr TOURISM IN FIGURES 2013 www.croatia.hr TOURISM IN FIGURES 2013 Dear, Croatia continues expanding at the international
Accommodation, transportation and short about the town Slagelse In the following some practical information is given about Slagelse. In case you need additional information, please do not hesitate contacting
Dialogo Language Services Learn Italian Experience Italy in Torino and Piedmont Italian courses and cultural programs in Turin and Piedmont designed for foreigners loving Italian language, cuisine, culture
Canadian / Czech Hockey Exchange Program July 8-22, 2015 About Tucker Hockey In 1997, Tucker Hockey was registered as a Canadian company. Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada our mission statement is to provide
FC Global 2017 MILAN/VERONA/ROME & SAN MARINO CUP ITALY & SAN MARINO REPUBLIC July 7 th 18 th 2017 TOURS OF ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC STADIUM IN THE WORLD A guided tour of San Siro Stadium and its museum,
Women s Football across the national associations 2015-2016 Contents Infographics - Overview 3 - Domestic football 4 - National teams 5 - Coaching and Refereeing 6 - Media, TV and attendances 7 - Finance
Formation of a Local Tourism Management Organization: An immediate solution for tourism development of Mrauk-U Zin Nwe Myint Department of Geography University of Yangon Photo: Zin Nwe Myint 2007 Mrauk-U
I ITALY I ITALY ItalyEvents5Stars WE INVITE YOU TO EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF ITALY IN COMFORT, LUXURY AND STYLE! is a luxury tour operator in Italy. We are a branch of 18 Holes 5 Stars, an Italian tour operator
OFFICIAL ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN CHESS UNION, SILVIO DANAILOV Dear presidents, Dear delegates, Dear players and chess figures, Dear friends, Tomorrow Europe will have to make an important
The Geographv of Ancient Rome Italy is a rocky, mountainous peninsula 600 miles long and 150 miles wide. The Apennine Mountains form its "backbone" and stretch from north to south, with the Tiber River
KEY CONCEPT Climate is a long-term weather pattern. BEFORE, you learned The Sun s energy heats Earth s surface unevenly The atmosphere s temperature changes with altitude Oceans affect wind flow NOW, you
In the north-eastern part of Italy you find the region of DISCOVERING FOOD & WINE IN PIEMONTE Piedmont, in the north-eastern part of Italy, was introduced to most people during the Olympic Winter Games
smart times Edition Hungary 2015 sneak preview smart a Daimler brand >> UnFORgettable. 2015 August 28 to 30, Budapest, Hungary smart times 2015 sneak preview The journey continues get ready for smart times
WRG2017 World Roller Games Barcelona 2017 FIRS World Championships 1 The disciplines of the sport program Artistic Inline Hockey Inline Freestyle Rink Hockey Skateboarding Inline Alpine Inline Speed Skating
Croatia Adventure Sunday May 22 - Saturday May 28 2016 A SURPRISING RIDE THROUGH CROATIA, MONTENEGRO AND BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA. Croatia Adventure A surprising ride through Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia Herzegovina.
A country s cultural heritage is the most important living treasure of its people. It is through this that its identity can be expressed and an awareness of its historical continuity through time can be
River Basin Management in Croatia 2. INTERNATIONAL RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT HIGH LEVEL SYMPOSIUM Cappadocia/NEVŞEHİR, Turkey 16-18 April 2013 2 Water sector responsibilities are shared among: Croatian Parliament
Environmental Science Week7 - Geology Module 3: Geology, Earth and the Lithosphere 27. The Seven Continents: The continents are the major land masses of the earth. According to tradition most people speak
CLT/CEI/CID/2011/PI/203/REV. 21/03/2011 Shanghai UNESCO City of Design Situated at 31 14 N and 121 29 E, on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean and in the middle of the arc-shaped coastline, Shanghai boasts
ZELL am SEE, AUSTRIA EUROPE S LARGEST WORLD TOURNAMENT BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE SALZBURG ICE HOCKEY FEDERATION 2004/05 s ~ March 22-29, 2016 2003 s ~ March 25-April 1, 2016 *****Tentative Itinerary***** 2004/2005
Mountain village at the foot of Hardangervidda, Telemark Hardangervidda Northern Europe s largest Mountain plateau Great hiking & fishing High mountain cruise at Møsvatn Telemark s largest lake Moose safari
BELGRADE TO ZAGREB 13 days from Belgrade, Cetinje, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Split, Plitvice Lakes, Postojna Cave, Bled, Ljubljana and Zagreb Explore the splendour of Europe while making friends with the people
Niko Bulić, M. Sc., Director CNTB CROATIAN TOURISM IN 2005/2006 STRATEGIC AIMS OF CROATIAN TOURISM renovation, protection and a more comprehensive evaluation of Croatian tourist potentials establishing
LATVIAN BODYBUILDING, FITNESS AND BODYFITNESS FEDERATION GIGANTS.LV L OREAL BALTIC ROYAL CASINO SPA & HOTEL RESORT Invite to participate in BALTIC MATCH 2011 BIKINI MODEL LATVIA CHAMPIONSHIP RIGA, LATVIA
Croatia and Beyond - Adriatic Adventure From charming Ljubljana, to renowned Lake Bled and River Soca, we move on to Croatian Tuscany to discover the towns of Rovinj and Motovun. We then continue to Plitvice
PROJECT NOTE - aplication for MED programme - Internal project name: ConserveRevive of old town Lastovo building the historical core Interreg MED project name (proposal): Historical town centers: Building
Current Trends in Sustainable Tourism - Example of Croatia Ms Blanka Belosevic Head of Sector for International Cooperation Ministry of Tourism Republic of Croatia Content: Croatian tourism development
OLYMPIC PROGRAMME COMMISSION REPORT TO THE SESSION EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR SPORTS AND DISCIPLINES Final version following comments from International Federations (s) and National Olympic Committees (NOCs)
UNICA IRO MEETING 2015 VILNIUS UNIVERSITY, MAY 4-6 TH, 2015 Practical Information for Participants 1 Vilnius University Universiteto St. 3 LT-01513 Vilnius, Lithuania www.vu.lt/en LITHUANIA IN FACTS Lithuania
11 TH CYPRUS INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING MARATHON LARNACA, CYPRUS 3-4 October 2015 Dear Friends, The Cyprus Swimming Federation is pleased to invite you to participate in the 11th Cyprus International Swimming
Union for the Mediterranean High Level Conference on the financing of the future Trans-Mediterranean Transport Network (TMN-T) 'Porto di Roma' (Civitavecchia), 9 & 10 December 2014 Practical Information
boston college Australia Office of International Programs Welcome to Australia A ustralia was first inhabited an estimated 45,000 years ago by tribes that settled in the deserts and rainforests. European
City Tourism Budapest: a first-class meetings and incentives tourism city in the heart of Europe Motaz Othman, ITM Historical Buildings and Bridges in Budapest With direct connections to most of the metropolitan
Tala Bay - Aqaba JORDAN S FIRST Resort & Residential Community Tala Bay s Location on Map of Jordan Jordan Projects for Tourism Development Jordan Projects for Tourism Development (JPTD) was established
Light Design Project of Dubrovnik Ancient City Core Diana Galić Nova-lux d.o.o. for Lighting Design, Electrical Engineering Design and Supervising President of Croatian Lighting Association (HDR) e mail:
porto e norte Let yourself go. Find a way. World Heritage Admire works of world art, kept within century-old buildings and fairytale castles, at each step of your way through Porto and Northern Portugal.
AWT Reisen PROGRAM OFFERS TO DISCOVER HUNGARY, AUSTRIA, CZECH REPUBLIC See, enjoy, taste the most romantic places of Europe AWT Group Founded in 2001, Anubis Travel is considered one of the leading companies
Fry Instant Words High Frequency Words The Fry list of 600 words are the most frequently used words for reading and writing. The words are listed in rank order. First Hundred Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group