Owing to the selection conducted by the European Best Destinations, a European organisation based in Brussels, Rijeka has been included among top 10 European destinations for 2020, based on votes cast by travellers from 179 countries from around the world. From 15 January to 5 February 2020, travellers and tourists from around the…
The City of Rijeka has given a reception for a business delegation from the friendly Chinese city of Dalian.
The Rijeka – European Capital of Culture 2020 programme presentation ceremony and a meet-and-greet with sponsors and reporters took place at Exportdrvo in Rijeka, which is slated to become an important venue for exhibitions and other events as part of the extensive ECoC culture and arts offer next year.
The Development Strategy of Rijeka is based on the Strategy of the European Union until 2020 and on electoral programme RI2020 with which the same-named coalition won local elections in May/June 2013.
The City of Rijeka fosters friendly relationships with a number of European and world cities
By gaining and exchanging experience, International association membership enables the City of Rijeka to approach its own development projects in a more quality manner, as well as their international promotion.
A workshop was held at RiHub titled “Building a Creative Ecosystem“ within the EU project “Digital Cities Challenge“ .
The Digital Cities Challenge brought together the mayors of the participating cities yesterday for a summit of knowledge sharing and collaboration on the digital transformation of Europe driven by the cities.
The City Council of the City of Rijeka has nominated Edvin Liverić Bassani as head of the Croatian Cultural Centre Sušak, a new cultural institution of the City.
Within the EU project titled “Digital Cities Challenge“ the first thematic workshop titled “Visions and Ambitions” has been held in the premises of the city administration.