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beautiful and historic venues you can use to
host meetings, receptions, or other events to
give participants a taste of Croatia’s history
and culture. The Illyrian Hall, for instance,
was built in 1838 in the classicist style by the
Illyrians, an important group in the struggle
for Croatian independence. Over the years
it has held society meetings, fancy balls and
important political and national meetings.
Zagreb also offers its fair share of
dedicated congress halls for meeting planners.
The Concert and Congress Hall Vatroslav
Lisinski has one large and one small hall
ftted for congresses and other events and
seats 1,800 and 300, respectively. It also
offers four meeting rooms and a large foyer
for receptions and other functions, and is
equipped with the latest sound technology and
a built-in system for simultaneous translations.
The Zagreb Fair Congress Center offers
numerous conference and exhibition halls and
can cater large events of up to 5,000 people.
It also offers state-of-the-art technology and
banquet/hospitality services. The Hypo Expo
XXI is part of a modern multifunction business
center with a main hall that can host up to
1,750 and features facilities for exhibitions,
conferences, receptions and other events.
In Opatija, the Grand Hotel Adriatic has
a large convention hall and can also handle
a number of smaller events in its meeting
facilities. The Hotel Opatija, which sits on a
hillside just above the harbor, offers state-
of-the-art meeting and convention facilities,
as does the Hotel Milenij. And the Opatija
Congress Centre has facilities for 500-800
The port of Rovinj, in the Istria region,
recently saw the opening of the Hotel Lone,
a fve-star “design hotel” situated in the
Zlatni Rt (Golden Cape) forest park, just ten
minutes from the city’s center. The 236-room,
12-suite property has three restaurants, three
bars, a nightclub, a 1,700-sqm/18,298-sqft
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