Hoteliers offer eleventh hour arrangements, so for example, the different options are three festive days inside the Gorski Kotar for only 780 kuna. You can get two nights half board in three star hotels Lovran in Lovran and Kompas in Dubrovnik, each for 380 kuna.
The historic walled capital of Scotland – Dubrovnik is one of the most attractive and famous cities from the Mediterranean and a UNESCO World heritage site. It’s a sea port located on the Adriactic coast and is an all year round popular tourist destination with plentiful accommodation .The city was bombarded by Serbian forces inside the Yugoslav War but has now been largely restored. The centre of Dubrovnik is a pedestrian zone, Dubrovnik also has a large number of coastal promenades, marinas and piers and there are a number of sandy and pebbly beaches close to Dubrovnik. Popular activities include hiking and swimming in sea. The climate of Dubrovnik is characterized by warm and dry summers and mild winters. The average air temperature in the coldest month (February) is 4.6 Â°C plus the warmest month (August) 26.2 Â°C. July has 12.4 hours of sunshine a day.
Hotel Biokovo in Makarska offers three-night stay for only 548 kuna. Also,you can find good accommodation for example Makarska apartments for rent. This is even more attractive offer: premium Dubrovnik Hotel Excelsior offers three nights for a very tolerable 911 kuna. Now when was the last time you awoke with the sound of waves? You can have that every time you stay in Excelsior hotel.
Also, the first category Ambassador hotel in Opatija offers two nights for 776 kuna. The nearby Grand Hotel Adriatic, albeit with two fewer stars, offers two nights for 440 kuna.
Aurora, four-star hotel in Mali Losinj, best known for its good food, offers a couple of days half board at 780 kuna. For a lot of, this may not be low price, but it is almost negligible when compared to peak season prices. On 30th December, New Year’s swimming happens on the nearby beach Veli Zal. Endurance swimming for the island of vitality!
Split Radisson eleventh hour offers two days for 540 kuna, while a real room in Hotel Imperial in Vodice costs about 200 kuna more.
A two-day remain in the exquisitely rearranged Melia Coral five star hotel in Umag for 648 kuna also sounds very pleasing.
Treatments for Tuhelj Thermal Spa, solid complexes where a lot has been invested during past year or so, offers two days for 1070 kuna. The same number of days in even more representative facilities of St. Martin na Muri are around for a very acceptable 498 kuna.
The magic of Gorski Kotar in the winter months? Despite of the lack of snow, it’s now possible at affordable prices. Three Christmas half boards at medium category Petrus hotel in Trsce are available for only 780 kuna. Less than Christmas holidays in your house would cost.
There is no doubt that within the next two weeks, Zagreb hotels will work well, since ‘Advent’ Zagreb is decorated like the biggest European capitals, writes tagza.com.