The digital nomad buzz is getting louder in Croatia. The arrival of the Croatian digital nomad permit earlier this year, enabling non-EU/EEA citizens to work remotely in Croatia for 12 months, has opened up a new dimension to Croatia as a tourist destination. Where once the beach was the main attraction, today lifestyle – and longer-term living – is attracting a new breed of tourist, the digital nomad.
With three unexploited tourism treasures of safety, authentic experiences and lifestyle, the remote work opportunity seems to be a fantastic opportunity for Croatia as it looks to reset its tourism strategy in the wake of pandemic realities.
The Zagreb Tourist Board is now putting the digital nomad opportunity in the spotlight in the Croatian capital.
Zagreb Digital Nomad Week will take place from June 21-27, offering an innovative programme exploring the current topics of interest and burning issues for the digital nomad lifestyle in Croatia and beyond.
A combination of workshops, presentations, social and tourism activities focusing on the key themes will provide a comprehensive and stimulating week for anyone engaged in the digital nomad lifestyle.
Full details of the programme will be officially announced in early May, but if you are planning your summer holidays and the digital nomad life is part of the mix, save the dates of June 21-27 for Zagreb.
Full details will be published on TCN next week. In the meantime, follow the TCN dedicated digital nomads section for the latest news.