Zagreb finally got its own version of the tourist card – Zagreb Card.With the Zagreb Crad tourist card, visitors and tourists of the city of Zagreb get a free ride on the city transport and cable car, entrance to various city museums, the Zoo and the Zagreb Eye lookout. Also, the tourist card provides various discounts and benefits for the use of various tourist services, as well as shops and restaurants.The Zagreb Tourist Board is responsible for everything in cooperation with the partner, the company Fivestars from Zagreb, which is in charge of the implementation and implementation of the project. “In the future, a mobile platform is being considered, but the main news for this year is the redesign of the card and the change of concept. From the card that used to offer only free transport and discounts, now we move on to the all inclusive card – transport, 2 attractions and 4 museums and additional discounts“They point out from the Zagreb Tourist Board and add that for now they do not have a segmented offer, but only through the differentiation of usage time – 24 hours or 72 hours.Zagreb Card is available to tourists in two variants, lasting 24 hours at a price of HRK 98,00 and lasting 72 hours at a price of HRK 135,00. “In communication, we will certainly emphasize the 72h card more in order to influence the guests’ stay in Zagreb for as long as possible. The main goal of the new ZG card concept is to enrich the city break product in Zagreb, and thus influence the satisfaction of guests. ” As the project was initially from Fivestar agencies, as a project partner, they invite interested partners to contact them in order to enter the Zagreb Card program and be part of a network of benefits that currently includes more than 70 partners. “We also have 12 physical Zagreb Card card outlets, and we currently include online outlets in terms of affiliate partners.. “Fivestar points out. Purchased cards can be picked up at the Tourist Information Center (TIC) on Ban J. Jelačić Square, while the list of all benefits and partners included in the benefits program for visitors and tourists can be found hereGet involved in this great project because the more benefits and opportunities there will be the better for visitors and tourists. Also, all tourist staff, and especially the hosts in family accommodation, inform and offer your guests the Zagreb Card, which provides them with various benefits. By being very important, we increase tourist spending and stimulate the local economy. At the end of the day, it is a win-win for everyone, both for tourism workers and partners and for tourists.See more about the whole project at official websitesPhoto: Davor Rostuhar, source: TZGZ
Funko is partnering with The Pokémon Company International to launch a Pokémon collection of Pop! Vinyl figures from this October. Pokémon, the Japanese phenomenon is one of the world’s largest entertainment franchises and has been for over 20 years. The Pokémon family of products includes video games, trading card games, an animated TV series, movies and consumer products loved the world over. Mathieu Galante, Licensing Director at The Pokémon Company International (EMEA) added, “Both Pokémon and Funko are iconic pop culture brands and as such are thrilled that this collaboration will, for the first time, provide fans across Europe the opportunity to add a new dimension to their Pokémon experience.” Andy Oddie, Managing Director of Funko (EMEA) said, “One of the most exciting new opportunities for Funko this side of the Atlantic, we are beyond delighted to bring the Pokémon Pop! Vinyl line to life for our European fans. This is just the beginning, watch this space.” The first releases will Pikachu and Bulbasaur Pop! Vinyl figures from October, with further additions to follow in 2021. The first collection of figures will consist of a Pikachu 4” Pop! Vinyl, a Pikachu 10” Pop! Vinyl, a Bulbasaur 4” Pop! Vinyl and a Bulbasaur 10” Pop! Vinyl. The Pikachu and Bulbasaur Pop! Vinyl figures will be available to purchase from October from leading European retailers; Smyths Toys Superstores (UK & Ireland), Toys Center (Italy), Fnac (France), Müller (Germany), Salling Group – Bilka BR and Føtex (Nordics) and El Corte Inglés (Spain).