In the Media

Take a look at the media buzz for our travel specialist Wanda S. Radetti and the services of the VisitCroatia.com - Tasteful Croatian Journeys team

 

April 30, 2016.

 

Lots of carriers fly into's Split iternational airport. From there you can get a shutle to the ferry port; Jadrolinija runs car ferries twice a day in high season - budget three hours ($8). Or book a private yacht transfer through travel specialist Wanda Radetti at Visit Croatia ( from about $650 one way). Once on Vis, you can hire a car or taxi,but scooters are your best bet...Read more

 

 

April 18. 2016.

 

Travel Agent magazine recently hosted a roundtable in New York focusing on “U.S. Travel Trends to Europe.” The roundtable was moderated by Ruthanne Terrero, vice president and editorial director of Travel Agent magazine. Following is a condensed version of the discussion.

 

"Wanda Radetti, Visit Croatia: I must tell you how I started. I started in Croatia 20 years ago when I felt that it was okay to go back home, and I thought I was going to do great food and wonderful five-star experiences. Well, I was wrong. You couldn’t even drink the wine of Croatia at the time, but eventually that changed. It’s a world-class destination, and what we try to do is to bring the luxurious touch." Read more..

 

 

Jan 26, 2016

The Dubrovnik Times caught up with one of the leading American tour operators, Wanda Radetti, who specialises in tours to Croatia. She was born in Rijeka in northern Croatia, grew up in Italy and now is a resident of New York. “My journeys are about creating bridges of cultures, friendships, as well as expansion of the heart and mind,” comments Radetti. Well known throughout the whole regio...Read more

 

 


Europe Roundtable - Searching For Authenticity


 


Trips of a lifetime: Only Here, Only Now

The best way to get around Croatia is on the water, whether with private yacht charters or through the country’s surprisingly reliable network of public ferries. A Croatia expert like Wanda S. Radetti of Tasteful Croatian Journeys can arrange all the tickets and set up time-saving—not to mention scenic—seaplane transfers between cities like Pula and Split...Read More




August 26, 2015

 

While travel planning can be the most exciting part of a trip, it can also be the most daunting. Consider this your personal vacation hotline, with advice from our editors and travel specialists…

 

“What’s the best way to get around [Croatia]?”
 

By water, no question—whether with private yacht charters or through the country’s surprisingly reliable network of public ferries. A Croatia expert like Wanda S. Radetti of Tasteful Croatian Journeys can arrange all the tickets and set up time-saving—not to mention scenic—seaplane transfers between cities like Pula and Split…Read More



July 20, 2015

If you’re an intellectually curious and sophisticated traveler who loves experiences and private, customized, chauffeur-driven travel, consider booking your next adventure through NYC based Croatian travel expert Wanda Radetti. Wanda returns to her native Croatia four or five times a year to continue exploring the 1,185 islands off the country's coast. She can point you toward Istria's most savory truffles, introduce you to the lamplighter who uses a long wick to illuminate the gaslights of Zagreb's Old Town, and wrangle invites to the Grand Masked Ball during Carnival in Rijeka...Read More



July 12, 2015

 

...But if you’d like to leave the planning to the professionals, I suggest you contact Wanda S. Radetti — awarded the top travel specialist for Croatia by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine since 2006 — at VisitCroatia.com. She’s in New York City when she’s not in Croatia and her phone number is 718-932-6893. Wanda set up a half-day tour of mountain towns with guide and driver that was absolutely wonderful, and enlightening. She can also make suggestions and help with accommodations and more. She’s most helpful and will put together a first class itinerary for visitors…Read More


June 30, 2015

...Okay, Croatia does not have a monarch. But if it did, Wanda Radetti would surely be the Queen of Croatia travel. So let’s back up. As it turns out, Wanda, who like Lidia was born in Istria, a heart-shaped peninsula in northern Croatia. And like Lidia grew up in Northern Italy, where she and Lidia met and have been great friends since they were ten years old. And the last time our tomato friend was at Felidia’s she met Wanda, an expert on traveling to Croatia, which is high on The Three Tomatoes list of places we want to visit. So, over dessert we met the absolutely lovely Wanda, who is one of those European women we are always in awe of -- stylish, well put together, timeless and charming...Read More