Renowned German media have been intensively publishing information about Croatia in recent days, making it one of the leading German weekly magazines Time and patience published an extensive report on the natural beauty of the Kornati, is the highest-circulation German tabloid picture published an extensive and informative in its online edition report on Croatia.
"The beginning of July is the period in which most Germans prepare for summer vacations, and in the coming weeks school holidays will begin in a large number of German provinces, which will mark the peak of the summer season. In this context, it is very important that in that period Croatia appears in the national media as a desirable and safe holiday destination, " pointed out the director of the CNTB Representation in Germany Romeo Draghicchio.
In the article The time journalist Nikola Ljubić describes the unique experience of a relaxing atmosphere, beautiful sea and excellent food on the Kornati archipelago that delighted him in late spring this year, during a study trip organized in cooperation with the Croatian National Tourist Board and the Šibenik-Knin County Tourist Board. CNTB in Germany with the author of the article. In the online edition Picture a report on Croatia was published under the title Last Minute Check which informs the readers in detail about the current situation in Croatia. The article describes our country as a safe destination, and states the conditions for entering Croatia and returning to Germany. This article is the result of the cooperation of the CNTB Representation in Germany with the Bild editorial office, ie with the author Marco Oliver Rühle, who has been following the events in Croatia since the very beginning of the pandemic.
Let's add how it is Time and patience a high-value edition that accompanies almost 1,7 million readers, and during the corona crisis the circulation increased by almost 25 percent and now amounts to almost 600 thousand copies. On the other side, Bild.de is one of the most read online portals in Germany with a reach of 24 million unique users.
"It is extremely important to adhere to all prescribed epidemiological measures in order to maintain the most favorable epidemiological situation in the country and thus attract as many tourists as possible to Croatia from our most important emitting markets," concluded the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić, adding that in the country, according to the first data of the eVisitor system, there are currently about 640 thousand tourists, most of which are from the markets of Germany, Slovenia and the Czech Republic.