The Croatian National Tourist Board is organizing a virtual conference for foreign media, which is being held at the same time 10 emitting markets, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden and Norway.
90 representatives of the leading media in the mentioned markets were greeted by the Minister of Tourism and Sports with an introductory video message Nikolina Brnjac and director of the Croatian National Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić who on that occasion conveyed to the press the main messages about Croatia's readiness for the tourist season.
The online conference in each country, with the support of the partner PR agency Aviareps, is led by directors of Croatian Tourist Board offices covering a particular market, and the main topics of the conference are conditions and protocols for entering Croatia, the current epidemiological situation with emphasis on vaccination of the general population and tourism workers. , organization of destinations in terms of testing points and medical support, the project "Safe Stay In Croatia", the campaign "Trust me, I've been there", but also novelties in the Croatian tourist offer, airlines and investments, according to the CNTB.
"This excellent position on the tourist map of the world is confirmed by this virtual conference, which brought together a large number of renowned journalists from reputable and popular media. This is an excellent opportunity to once again inform our target public about all the news in the Croatian tourist offer, but also all the valid protocols under which the realization of tourist trips to Croatia is possible. The announcements so far, but also the information we receive every day from our most important markets, give us optimism before the main part of the tourist year in which we expect the highest intensity of tourist traffic. ", he said director Staničić, adding that Croatia can once again take the position of the leading tourist destination in the Mediterranean this year.
Among the media present are, for example njemački RND, Spiegel, Frankfurter Neue Presse, BZ, Austrian The standard, The press, Small newspaper, Vorarlberger news, Tyrolean daily newspaper, British Independent, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Sun, Daily Mail, Telegraph, češki Lidové noviny, MAFRA (My World), Český rozhlas, Swiss Blick, Travel Inside, Travelnews, Slovacki Plus 1 day, Slovenka magazine, Pravda, Dutch Ron Reizen, Villa d'Arte, National Geographic Traveler and others.
Minister Brnjac said that Croatia is ready for the arrival of many guests and that a stable epidemiological situation is the best invitation to visit our country. "I believe that we have taken all measures to make Croatia a safe holiday destination. In addition to the high level of safety of our guests, this year we focused on quality and diverse tourist offer. Escape from mass tourism, safety, peaceful environment and authentic gastronomy are new components of the luxury that Croatia offers to tourists. In addition to high-quality hotels and holiday homes, there is an excellent offer in the segment of camping and glamping. Croatia also has the world's largest charter fleet that sails around a thousand beautiful islands in the turquoise sea, which makes it a perfect nautical destination. Beautiful nature, plenty of activities on the coast and in the interior and attention to the safety of guests are excellent reasons for choosing Croatia as a holiday destination, " the minister said Brnjac.
Emission market profiles: Key information from the markets of Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Poland and Hungary
In a special special edition of the podcast Homo Turisticus - SEASON2021 we bring key information from our emitting tourism markets.
The main goal is to better inform and educate tourism workers about emitting markets, so that especially these, and thus in the future to better position our tourism offer to the mentioned markets, which is in the common interest of all.
In a five-podcast episode, learn key market information Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Poland and Hungary, our main emitting markets from which we expect a lot this tourist year if the epidemiological situation in the Republic of Croatia and in those countries is favorable. Listen to the attached podcast.