About Visit Croatia

This Web site is a joint effort by father and daughter team: Angelo and Anna Zgorelec. Angelo is Croatian born and studied history at Zagreb University, where he was editor of a student newspaper. He has been living in London, UK for the last 40 years. In England, he was involved in various business enterprises (including a Croatian restaurant!), but his most successful venture was a small publishing company named Intra Press which was started nearly 30 years ago. He founded the first British personal computer magazine Personal Computer World, and published other magazines such as Astronomy Now (edited by Sir Patrick Moore), Practical Electronics, Program Now, Office at Home and more. He also organised events such as the PCW Computer Show, the European Astronomy Festival Astrofest, the European PC Chess Championship and others. He sold his company a few years ago and is now a business consultant.

Read an article about Angelo in Personal Computer World.

Anna studied Management & Systems at City University, London as a undergraduate and went on to complete a Masters in Computer Science at Imperial College, London. She is now runs her own business, and is involved in a number of websites (see below) as well as other web and IT projects.

About Visit Croatia

The Visit Croatia intern, Pavo

Please visit our other websites: Guide to Kensington and Chelsea, Guide to Notting Hill, London Budget and Miami Bound.

One of our latest projects is promoting recycled and handcrafted bags made by the Mayan people of Guatemala. For more on this – and to see the wonderful bags we sell – please take a look at Mayan Bags.

  • Do you mean the Nikola Tesla Memorial Centre? (http://nikolatesla.hr/ ) This is near Gospic inland from the coast and further north than Primosten. I think it would be quite complicated to do with public transport, as you would have to do something like take a bus from Primosten to Zadar, then change for another bus to Gospic (and there’s not many buses going Zadar to Gospic) and then most likely a taxi to the Memorial Centre. It would be far easier done by hiring a car and driving there – it is maybe a couple of hours’ drive.

  • Sharon Tatum

    We are flying into Split and staying in Promesten. Where is the Tesla museum and what is the best way to get there?

  • Not train as there’s no direct trains and the route would include a long stop somewhere. Bus takes somewhere in the region of 6 hours 20 mins to 8 hours depending on which bus you take – see https://getbybus.com/en/ for timetables. Car would definitely be quicker than that (as you can use a motorway route), but it just depends on whether you mind hiring/driving a car!

  • Karen Eksteen

    We will be travelling from Rijeka to Split on June 18th which is a Sunday.
    Which is the best way to go….train, bus or rented car?