Representatives of Amadria Park, the proud owner of the new Convention Centre Šibenik, and delegates from Šibenik Tourist Board will join our tradeshow for the first time.
Dalmatian town of Šibenik certainly is the new star on the map of congress destinations. In May 2017, this Croatia’s coastal town got the largest and most modern convention centre in Croatia. The single biggest meeting room in Adriatic can seat up to 1,500 delegates, while in separate events Convention Centre Šibenik can distribute up to 3,000 people in 11 meeting halls covering 6,000m2 conference and exhibition event space in total.
In the combination of state-of-the-art multimedia technology and the 1,100 on-site staff that organises and executes the project according to meeting planners’ wishes, Convention Centre Šibenik undoubtedly brings new era in this region’s meetings industry. It is the only facility in Croatia built specially for congresses, exhibitions, meetings, banquets and other types of events. To top the congress offer, Amadria Park supports the Convention Centre by five hotels with 1,500 rooms, more than 20 restaurants and bars, and 1,400 parking spaces.
ŠIBENIK - A PERFECT CONGRESS DESTINATION
Šibenik, the medium-sized town that can be easily accessed from two of the most reliable airports in Croatia – Zadar and Split, presents a perfect congress destination. Firstly, it is in a close proximity to four national and natural parks. Secondly, it is rich with cultural heritage spreading within medieval walls and reneissance buildings, while boasting two UNESCO World Heritage sites. Thirdly, this charming town has been for a millenium protected by four fortresses. Two of them were recently renovated into special venues for hosting various kinds of events.
Fourthly, the town offers to congress guests a rich selection of local wines and culinary twists, particularly in Pelegrini, the best Croatian restaurant. And last but not the least, the congress guests can join one of the numerous incentives stretching from the Mediterranean sea beds, through natural parks, historical buildings, all the way up to Croatia’s highest peak Dinara.
Definitely worth meeting this new crew! Welcome, Amadria Park and Tourist Board Šibenik!