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25 August 2010
A good summer in the Croatian National Tourist Board
With an average of 2786 sunshine hours per annum and a coastline of nearly 6,000 kilometres, it is not surprising that Croatia has become one of the Danish tourists’ favourite holiday destinations. Related sees to it that the many tourists leave for their vacation with their heads and hands full of information about what to see in Croatia.

Since March 2009 Related has acted as secretariat for the Croatian National Tourist Board, as well as maintaining all of their PR activities. An exciting job that means we are especially busy during the summer months.

Great interest in new destinations
The area of Istria in Croatia has been known for a long time as a camping paradise, and the southern port of Dubrovnik has been known as the Saint Tropez of the Adriatic Sea. But Danish tourists are to a greater and greater extent moving away from the well known areas to explore the less familiar destinations.

“Branding of the new destinations has increased our level of activity in the office, and we can see that there is more interest in brochures that used to gather dust in the corner. The majority of Danes have understood that fortunately the war in Croatia is over, and many of the people who travelled there in the 1980s are returning to their old favourite haunts. We believe that Croatia is entering its second flourishing, as there are plenty of untouched islands and cities in Croatia only waiting for the tourists to arrive”, says Mia Nielsen, tourist advisor at the Croatian National Tourist Board.

Can we bring our dog to Croatia?
We have been busy in our office in Vejle as many tourists call and write us every day, asking questions about travelling to Croatia.

“A lot of them just need to know about the local currency, power supplies or the rules about bringing dogs to Croatia, but we also take the time to give them more extensive advice if they don’t know the country that well. So you can definitely ring us and say, ‘We’re a family of two adults, three children and a dog. Where would you recommend that we travel to?’” Explains Mia Nielsen.

If you wish to contact the Croatian National Tourist Board you can call +45 7026 6860 or send an email to info@altomkroatien.dk.

 

About The Croatian National Tourist Board

The Croatian National Tourist Board is a tourist board formed for the purpose of promoting Croatia, furthering tourism in the country and enhancing the reputation of Croatia.

The main office is located in Croatia. The Danish office works under the Scandinavian office in Stockholm. The Croatian National Tourist Board is represented in more than eighteen countries.

www.altomkroatien.dk

 

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