“There is a lot of information about Croatia on the Internet, but finding updated content about travel and arrivals is difficult, which is why tourists are struggling“, rekao je Paul Bradbury iz TCN-a te dodao kako će koristeći resurse njihove uredničke redakcije redovito ažurirati sadržaj kako bi osigurali da se na portalu nalaze samo najnovije informacije. “Nadamo se da će posjetitelji pronaći sve što im je potrebno na jednom mjestu – olakšan početak njihovog nezaboravnog hrvatskog odmora” ističe Bradbury. The potential of the project has been recognized in neighboring countries, so in 2018 Total Slovenia News and Total Montenegro News were established. The media group Total Croatia News launched Total Croatia ( www.total-croatia.com), the latest page in its web portfolio. The portal Total Croatia in 100 articles in English brings key information about Croatia and provides answers to all key questions of interest to tourists visiting Croatia, as well as foreigners living in it. Total Croatia was written based on the experience of owner and editor Paul Bradbury, a Briton who has lived in Croatia since 2003. In 2014, Bradbury won the FIJET Marco Polo Award for the best international promotion in Croatia and is the author of numerous tourist guides, books and websites about Croatia. In addition to the fact that the TCN group is responsible for bringing journalists from the New York Times and Sunday Times to Croatia, the news portal is the only Croatian portal accredited for Google News. Projekt Total Croatia započeo je 2011. godine u Jelsi na otoku Hvaru s prvim specijaliziranim destinacijskim portalom Total Hvar. Ubrzo su dodane i stranice za druga odredišta – Split, Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Korčulu, Središnju Dalmaciju i Međugorje – kao i specijalizirane stranice Total Croatia Wine, Total Croatia Cycling, Total Croatia Dental i Total Croatia Sailing. U 2015. godini pokrenut je Total Croatia News, prva web stranica akreditirana za Google News na engleskom jeziku, koji je danas najčitaniji portal za vijesti i turizam na engleskom jeziku za Hrvatsku. “The site was also built to help tourist boards, business and private accommodations. Individual sections may link to other websites so that travel service providers can update guest information on their own pages without worrying about updating all the latest information. We plan to offer the portal in other languages later in the year, ”concludes Bradbury. Those interested can find guides to the most popular destinations such as Hvar, Dubrovnik and Split, the most comprehensive guide for airports in Croatia, to tips such as information on tips, food and drink, buying real estate, health and importing cars.