A new edition of the free tourist guide for Međimurje has been issued

first_imgIn order to inform visitors, a free tourist guide Međimurje was published, in which the latest and most useful information about this county was collected for the third year in a row. It contains important telephone numbers and other practical information and introduces the reader to the most important attractions of Međimurje’s popular destinations, and in addition to the print edition, it is also available online.Međimurje has become the most popular continental destination in Croatia, and numerous natural beauties, cultural attractions, various events and a revived tradition are the reasons why every visitor gladly returns to Međimurje and records a constant number of visitors every year. “With the various attractions and facilities in Međimurje that we have and offer, if we add to that the hospitality and kindness of the hosts, about which word has spread far and wide, you will get a real tourist experience. This is exactly the ultimate goal and direction in which Međimurje County strives to move and succeeds”They point out from the Tourist Board of Međimurje County and add that by leafing through the guide, tourists can choose the way they want to spend an active vacation, the event they want to visit or decide which institution to visit.The guide was published in cooperation with LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin, the Tourist Board of Međimurje County, the Tourist Boards of Sveti Martin na Muri, Nedelišće, Štrigova and Prelog, and is available in Croatian and German. It can be downloaded for free from internet and in printed form in tourist boards throughout the county and in LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin.last_img read more

HUNDREDS PAY THEIR FINAL RESPECTS TO WELL-KNOWN ACCIDENT VICTIM

first_imgThe funeral takes place today of Patrick ‘Packie’ Gildea, the Glenties man killed in a road traffic accident on New Year’s day.The well-known and fondly-remembered 39 year old died after his jeep struck a wall between Ballybofey and Fintown.The esteem in which Packie was held in the local community was evident by the hundreds of people who have called to his home at Straboy in recent days. Packie, a single man, was a farmer who worked on his father Gerry’s farm.Many recalled Packie’s gentle nature and how he always had time to chat to old and young alike.A fine underage footballer with Naomh Conail, there was no prouder Donegal man than Packie when Michael Murphy held aloft the Sam Maguire Cup at Croke Park in September.Packie is survived by his father Gerry, brothers John, Gerard and Joseph and his sister Ann, sister-in-law Sharon, brother-in-law Declan and nephews Fionn, Tadhg and Oisin. He was predeceased by his loving and fondly-remembered mother Sarah who passed away six years ago.The last time Donegal Daily met Packie was in March when he threw himself into the world record attempt for most leprechauns in one place.He was in great form and delighted to be part of a community effort and in the middle of the craic.A picture of Packie in full leprechaun attire with nephew Oisin sat proudly beside his coffin last night at his home.Our deepest sympathy is extended to dad Gerry and Packie’s brothers and sister. But we now that, although he’s gone, he’ll be shouting on McGuinness and the boys along with Sarah with all the true spirit of a Glenties and Donegal supporter.His funeral mass takes place at St Connell’s Church in Glenties at 11am.May you rest in peace Packie.HUNDREDS PAY THEIR FINAL RESPECTS TO WELL-KNOWN ACCIDENT VICTIM was last modified: January 4th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:funeralGlentiesPatrick Packie Gildearoad crashlast_img read more