Hrvatski muzej turizma
The Baron Gautsch: The First Victim of World War One in Istria

The exhibition entitled The Baron Gautsch: The First Victim of World War One in Istria was opened on Friday 1 April 2016 at 18:00 in the Villa Angiolina in Opatija. The organisers of the exhibition are the History and Maritime Museum of Istria and the Croatian Museum of Tourism. The Baron Gautsch was at the time a modern passenger steamship of the Austro-Hungarian fleet.... more

Well-Being in Opatija

A performance of Well-Being by Melita Sorola Staničić, Damir Božić Pišta, Damir Šegota and Branko Lenić will take place on 19 December 2015 starting at noon in the area among the three venues of the Croatian Museum of Tourism in Opatija: the Juraj Šporer Arts Pavilion, Villa Angiolina and Swiss House. “When artists such as this well-known group from... more

Tourist Maps – Invitations and Mementos

Exhibition Collection of Tourist Maps TOURIST MAPS – INVITATIONS AND MEMENTOS by  Mirjana Kos, Ph. D. Opatija, Juraj Šporer Arts Pavilion Opening: Tuesday 22 December 2015 at... more

Goran Štimac: Recession

GORAN ŠTIMAC RECESIJA The ‘Recession’ series of sculptures, displayed in the Glyptotheque of the Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Zagreb in 2014, will be presented in an open-air exhibition in Sveti Jakov Park in front of the Juraj Šporer Arts Pavilion in Opatija. Opening of the... more

Pictures of the Adriatic Coast

EXHIBITION PICTURES OF THE ADRIATIC COAST RIEGER (1845) – KASER (1900) – IGNATOSKI (2008) The Croatian Museum of Tourism is preparing an exhibition entitled Pictures of the Adriatic Coast. The exhibition is divided into three parts and presents works by three authors, each with their own... more