Based in Dubrovnik, DT Croatia specialises in the organisation and execution of meetings, incentives, conferences, corporate events, exclusive groups, healthcare and investigator meetings and pharmaceutical events. With their 35 highly trained, multilingual and experienced young professionals in Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb offices; DT Croatia provides complete support to clients and partners throughout Croatia, Montenegro and its neighbouring countries.

Obala Stjepana Radića 25
20000 Dubrovnik
Tel:+ 385 20 313555

Mr Daniel Marusic - CEO / Ms Alexandra Bozovic Marlais - Sales Director


Company   -   DT Croatia DMC

Founded in 1998, DT Croatia - Dubrovnik Travel is a leading DMC & PCO for the organisation of many international special group programs, incentives and conferences in Croatia. 

DT Croatia - Dubrovnik Travel DMC & PCO since 1998 offers and successfully operates all desired arrangements with a delivery of full service to all our clients. Our range of services cover every aspect from the earliest planning stage through to the final day of the event. We can recommend or advise the best destination for your particular group or alternatively work on a specific destination already decided. At every stage, from initial planning through to post event tours, we can 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 meeting of key personnel, 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.

As friendly hosts we will do absolutely everything to justify your confidence!




City-monument, the most beautiful and the most famous Croatian city. Once a famous Dubrovnik Republic, the city was a powerful rival of Venice in the fight over the sea rule. Today it still continues to rival Venice with its beauty and charming atmosphere. It would be really hard to single out the most fascinating piece of architecture.

The Franciscan and the Dominican monastery, the Cathedral, the Rector's Palace, Stradun, grand City walls and St. Blaise's Church, each of these impressive buildings deserves attention and admiration.

Only 20 kilometers south from Dubrovnik centre, on the Dubrovnik Riviera, a picturesque town called Cavtat is one of the most popular resorts for a classical holiday or a successful meeting. In the ancient times, Cavtat was a Greek settlement known as Epidaurum, so its cultural life and historical tradition is thereby enriched.

Among the attractions of Cavtat are the Rector's Palace, the Baroque church of St. Nikola, the Franciscan monestery, the Bogišić's scientific collection, the Vlaho Bukovac Art Gallery, the Račić Mausoleum, designed by a famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović, archaeological sites of the pre-Slav period, city walls, the Šipun cave etc. Cavtat also offers a 7km promenade by pine forests paths only a few meters from the sea.

Korčula Island
A historical town of Korčula is known as the birthplace of a famous seafarer Marco Polo. The town will fascinate you with the beautiful historical core, narrow stone streets, museums and churches.

Korčula is the town of a long-cherished cultural heritage and one of the most visited destinations on the Adriatic coast. It is famous for the unique and exciting traditional dances "Moreška" and "Kumpanija".

The Croatian capital; beautiful buildings, an abundance of monuments and green belts, open-hearted and hospitable people - all this makes Zagreb a close, lovely and friendly city.

The main city attractions: the Upper Town from Kaptol to Gradec, the Cathedral, the Stone Gate, the Church of St. Mark, the Church of St. Catherine, the funicular and the Lotrščak Tower........ down to the Lower Town; from the Ilica Street to the main and the busiest city square, the Ban Jelačić Square.

The history of Zagreb dates as far back as 1094 when the Hungarian King Ladislaus founded a diocese. Alongside the bishop's see the canonical settlement Kaptol developed north of the Cathedral, as did the fortified settlement Gradec on the neighbouring hill. Today the latter is Zagreb's Upper Town (Gornji Grad) and is one of the best preserved urban nuclei in Croatia. Both settlements came under Tatar attack in 1242. As a sign of gratitude for offering him a safe haven from the Tatar the Croatian and Hungarian King Bela IV bestowed Gradec with a Golden Bull, which offered its citizens exemption from county rule and autonomy, as well as its own judicial system.

It was not until the 17th century and Nikola Frankopan that Zagreb was chosen as the seat of the Croatian viceroys in 1621. At the invitation of the Croatian Parliament the Jesuits came to Zagreb and built the first grammar school; the St. Catherine's Church and monastery. In 1669 they founded an academy where philosophy, theology and law were taught.

During the 17th and 18th centuries Zagreb was badly devastated by fire and the plague. In 1776 the royal council (Government) moved from Varaždin to Zagreb and during the reign of Joseph II Zagreb became the headquarters of the Varaždin and Karlovac general command.

In the 19th century Zagreb was the centre of the Croatian National Revival and saw the erection of important cultural and historic institutions. Zagreb Video


DMC Programme Ideas



Day One: Welcome to Dubrovnik

On arrival at Dubrovnik Airport, transfer to the scenic township of Cavtat where ancient ruins and Renaissance Palaces combine with a palm fringed harbour. After a traditional welcome snack of dried figs, Dalmatian smoked ham, cheese and local wine; continue by boat to Dubrovnik’s Old City, passing pretty seaside villages and the picturesque islands of Mrkan and Bobara. The most spectacular entrance to the Old City is by the blue Adriatic sea. Stroll along the marbled pedestrian Placa Boulevard, taking in sights, before checking in at the hotel of choice.
Welcome dinner showcasing the region’s gastronomic tradition at popular local restaurant.

Day Two: Elaphite Islands
Set sail for the unspoiled Elaphite Archipelago by traditional Dalmatian wooden boat and see a cluster of islands dotted with pine forests, rustic villages and idyllic bays. Sip on native Prosek wine and enjoy locally produced snacks, while serenaded by a Dalmatian trio. On Šipan Island visit the summer home of Dubrovnik’s former rulers. Sail to a second island for lunch at a seafront restaurant with panoramic views; and indulge in an selection of freshly caught seafood. Enjoy some time at leisure to explore the island. This day of Adriatic bliss ends with al fresco cocktails and a sunset lit BBQ dinner on one of the island’s sandy beaches.

Day Three: Konavle
Depart by Volkswagen Beetles to Konavle, a fertile valley dotted with olive trees and wineries, visit century-old mills to see flour and olive oil production and taste the delicious results. Stop for a 'Peka' lunch of lamb and veal under the iron bell, while a folklore dance troup provides the perfect ambiance. Coffee and cakes are served in a typical Konavle home. Back in Dubrovnik, a gala dinner in the stunning setting of Sponza Palace is a fitting end, with delightful sounds of a classical guitarist while dinner is served.

Day Four
After breakfast, tour Dubrovnik's city walls, overlooking the city's roof tops, streets and the crystal clear Adriatic. A local product tasting will refresh you, before you continue to the airport for the onward journey home.


Day One

Arrival of clients at Split airport, beetles wait at the airport, driving to Split city (luggage transferred directly to hotel), check in hotel, orientation tour of Split, welcome in Diocletian (actor) and gladiator fight as surprise, welcome dinner in local restaurant.

Day Two
Adrenalin ride by speedboats (open) to Hvar island 1 hour, orientation tour of Hvar, open minibus transfer to fort above Hvar for cocktail, transfer by speedboats to archipelago Pakleni across Hvar, lunch in the most popular restaurant (U2 and Bono Vox visited them last summer), leisure time, cocktails, water activities, speedboat transfer back to Split 1h20, farewell dinner.

Day Three
Check out. Breakfast on the main Split promenade in the Palace, optional kayaking or biking, transfer to airport (catamaran sailing on option with lunch served onboard and DJ), departure of flight.


Day One
Arrival of clients at Split airport, transfer to Trogir and short visit with snack, transfer by 2 boats (closed) to Hvar 1h 30, check in Hvar, orientation, dinner on the main city square or in the hidden

Day Two
Adrenalin ride by speedboats (open) to Vis island about 1hr and visit the world famous Blue Cave on Bisevo islet, after the visit speedboats to Vis island famous because it was completely closed for public and forbidden to be visited till after the war 1991-1995 (Komiza village) and lunch, scooter ride across Vis island and arrival to Vis city, free time and visit Vis City, drinks, speedboat transfer back to Hvar (1 hour)

/ instead of Vis the afternoon with lunch could be:

Speedboats to archipelago Pakleni 1 hr lunch in the most popular restaurant (U2 and Bono Vox visited them last summer), leisure time, cocktails, water activities, speedboat transfer back to Hvar, farewell dinner.

Day Three
Check out, Beetle ride across of island Hvar, (luggage transported separately) panorama stop, speedboat transfer to airport Split, departure.



Suggested Sightseeing


Situated on the Dalmatian coast, the "Pearl of the Adriatic" became an important Mediterranean Sea from the 13th century. Although damaged by an earthquake in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful monuments, churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque style. Damaged again in the 1990s during the armed conflict in the region, it is now the subject of a major restoration program coordinated by UNESCO. With your guide you can visit the City Walls of Dubrovnik, as well as the Franciscan Monastery, The Rector's Palace, The Maritime museum of Dubrovnik, Ethnographic Museum and much more...


Split - the second largest city in Croatia and “the capital of Dalmatia”; from Cathedral and the Temple of Jupiter to the Golden Gate (Porta aurea), across the Peristyle and the Market (Pjaca) to the sunny sea promenade (Riva) and further up the Marmont street; pass the fish-market and all the way to the Theatre.  A morning in Split brings you the atmosphere of a typical Mediterranean city. The tour can end at the Diocletian’s Palace where in the cellars the entire group will be gathered together and welcomed by Diocletian who will offer you a vine and honey brandy; formerly the main drinks in his palace.

Get acquainted with the Croatian Capital by day or night. See the Upper and Lower Town and discover cultural and historical treasures of Zagreb, perhaps during a relaxed stroll around the city. The Mimara Museum received its name from the art collector Ante Topic Mimara (1898-1987), who donated his collection to his homeland and the Croatian people. It consists of more than 3,750 pieces from various periods and regions. Zagreb City Museum deals with topics from the cultural, artistic, economic and political histories of the city, in a span from Roman finds until the modern period. The holdings comprise 75,000 items arranged systematically into artistic collections depicting the characteristic of the city and its history. Croatian National Parliament, St. Mark’s Church and Square, Government Palace, Old Town hall, Lotrščak Tower, Ban Jelačić square – the heart of Zagreb and the Cathedral are just a few highlights that are waiting for you.


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Theme Party Ideas For Incentives

Sunset Cruise or after dinner disco party on the Seastar Boat
The cruise starts in the commercial port of Gruž and ends at the Old port of Dubrovnik during the cruise around the city walls enjoy a glass of champagne or local spirits together with some local snacks or canapés. Your journey is brought in an extra ambiance by a classical quartet, jazz band or a DJ

Games of Thrones evening
Organized on location in the original historic 14th Century Revelin fortress where the series was filmed, the venue offers a unique medieval vibe. An authentic atmosphere is created with period costumes,  decorations and music.  The experience is completed with meals fit for a king such as the Night's Watch, King’s Landing Midnight Plate, Lannister’s Sinful Chocolate Cremeux…

James Bond Evening
Get dressed up and be a secret agent for the night with amazing themed entertainment from the world of James Bond. Organized in the medieval fortress of Revelin, each table will be decorated in 007 style, with glitter, guns, and cards offering an exceptional 007 experience. During the meal there will be Bond ballads played in the background. From arrival guests will go straight into the James Bond theme with a pre-dinner drink of either Martini (shaken not stirred obviously) or Champagne.

Lokrum Island Magical Evening
A green oasis a mear 10 minutes boat ride from the Old city of Dubrovnik, the Island of Lokrum is also called the treasure island because of its rich pine-wood, subtropical vegetation, natural swimming-places and exotic historical heritage. Take pleasure in buffet style dinner, special lightning, relaxing music, hammocks and picnic blankets… To complete your chill-out experience enjoy massages or predict your future with astrology and tarot specialist.


Convention Centres

There are no Conventions Centres in Croatia you would need to use a hotel the largest capacity is 950.


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