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58 foreign journalists specializing in tourism are coming to Split-Dalmatia County

first_imgFifty-eight foreigners are coming to Split-Dalmatia County for the first time as part of study trips organized by the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board and in cooperation with the Split, Hvar, Brač, Vis, Solin, Klis, Trogir, Trilj, Sinj and Omiš tourist boards. journalists specializing in tourism, who come from countries where the Croatian National Tourist Board has offices.”Although the CNTB invites foreign journalists on study trips to Croatia, I wanted to do something different and invite influential foreign journalists to get acquainted with all the tourist values ​​of our county. This is the first year that we are doing this type of travel where we invite journalists to stay and tour exclusively our county and cover all costs. Journalists will be constantly accompanied by our best guides and have the opportunity to experience Central Dalmatia”, Said Joško Stella, director of the Tourist Board of Split-Dalmatia County.Through three programs as part of the study stay, journalists will get acquainted with the natural, cultural and gastronomic possibilities of the county, and special emphasis will be placed on selective forms of tourism, cycling, gastronomic offer and active vacation.”Travel agents and journalists come to a kind of “inspection” of our region to convey their impressions and recommendations in their media around the world. They are the first heralds of the season to create an image of us as hosts that can significantly affect the course of the main part of the business year. ”Concludes Stella and adds that during the online campaign of the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board they are harmonized with the habits and needs of individual markets and target groups of guests in order to create better conditions for a quality and long business year to the satisfaction of guests and hosts.Welcome desk of the County Tourist Board at Split AirportIn cooperation with the Tourist Board of the Split-Dalmatia County, Split Airport, the City of Kaštela and the Kaštela Tourist Board, these will also be in the function of the info desk of the County Tourist Board at the Airport.Almost three million passengers who will pass through Split Airport in Kaštela this year, will be able to get acquainted with the tourist offer of Central Dalmatia immediately upon arrival. Guests arriving at Split Airport will be able to get the schedule of ferries, trains, buses, work of duty services, but also many other useful information at the info desk which is open every day from the beginning of May to the end of October from 8 am to 21 pm .Related news:JOŠKO STELLA, SDZ Tourist Board: ONLY SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CAN ENSURE LONG-TERM COMPETITIVENESS OF TOURISMMARRIOTT INTERNATIONAL OPENS HOTEL IN SPLITlast_img

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