Šibenik, Croatia
Šibenik, Croatia Image: pululante (flickr)

Croatian city of Šibenik leads in use of EU funds for cultural heritage

The city of Šibenik in Croatia is well ahead of it’s national peers when it comes to the use of EU-funds for restoring its Cultural Heritage. To keep competitive with popular European destinations, several funds have been made available to cities to attract tourist, most notably to diversify offering and restore heritage. Dissimilar to other Croatian cities Šibenik manages to make good use of the funds in recent years.

Despite not being the most popular city of Croatia yet, the city of Šibenik has seen a sharp rise in the number of tourists.

Šibenik is a historic city in central Dalmatia bordering the Adriatic Sea. It is the third-largest city in the historic region of Dalmatia and the oldest native Croatian town on the shores of the sea. It is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list with two sites.

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