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Croatia Will Join Border-Free Schengen Area in 2023

Croatia will be joining the Schengen area in the new year. Starting January 1, travelers will be able to move passport-free between Croatia and the 26 member countries that make up the Schengen area. The Schengen area comprises a pact between countries to remove border controls for those traveling between their territories. Croatia received unanimous…

Tourism

Croatia’s Beachside Hotels Look to Solar Energy to Stay Open Longer

Building solar power plants is the only option left. There's investment needed, but schools and public institutions will also benefit from this new "energy-sustainable" mindset.

Croatia’s Beachside Hotels Look to Solar Energy to Stay Open Longer

Hotels

BET Co-Founder Expands Hotel Empire and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories, BET co-founder Sheila Johnson's Salamander Hotels adds properties to its portfolio, a new bridge reshapes travel patterns in Croatia, and United Airlines predicts hybrid work will drive future leisure travel demand.

BET Co-Founder Expands Hotel Empire and Other Top Stories This Week

Hotels

Four Seasons Has a New CEO

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at the new CEO of Four Seasons, a bridge reshaping Croatian tourism, and the Latin American carrier going its own way.

Four Seasons Has a New CEO

Tourism

A New Bridge to the Future for Travel in Croatia

Thanks to the Pelješac Bridge, Croatia gained a new tourist attraction, investment, and a faster link between its mainland and southern islands. And against apocalyptic predictions, Bosnia and Herzegovina seems to have come out on top as well.

A New Bridge to the Future for Travel in Croatia

Business Travel

European Cities Target Digital Nomads With These New Pitches

Funnelling budget to target these more affluent, longer-stay visitors makes sense. It might even address the labor crunch. But cities probably shouldn't take their eyes off traditional tourists at this delicate time.

European Cities Target Digital Nomads With These New Pitches

Business Travel

Selina Moves Beyond Co-Living to Help Companies Hire New Remote Talent

Why is a hospitality brand entering the recruitment market? The answer lies in its co-living division, because not everyone’s there just to party.

Selina Moves Beyond Co-Living to Help Companies Hire New Remote Talent

Business Travel

More Resort Operators Tee Up Digital Nomad Spaces in Low Season

Rich pickings from a growing pool of remote workers, but the marketing and storytelling will need to fit the product for it to really take off.

More Resort Operators Tee Up Digital Nomad Spaces in Low Season

Business Travel

What Will It Take to Create a Global Digital Nomad Passport?

It will soon reach a point where it won't be efficient for so many countries to have their own passes, so a universal one makes sense. But governments and tourism boards won't find it easy to hand over the reins to a third party.

What Will It Take to Create a Global Digital Nomad Passport?

Business Travel

Co-Working Spaces in Tourist Areas Lure Family Travelers

Forget the sun lounger, the hottest accessory next summer could be a desk at a coworking space.

Co-Working Spaces in Tourist Areas Lure Family Travelers