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Dubrovnik – The Thai also love the «Pearl of the Adriatic»

Dubrovnik – The Thai also love the «Pearl of the Adriatic» "If you do not believe in love at first sight, you need to visit Dubrovnik."

If you have never experienced a moment that will forever shine in your memory, 'the pearl of the Adriatic' will certainly do this for you." These are the opening words of a recently published article about Dubrovnik and Croatia in the Thai newspaper Bangkok Post, which are gaining more and more admirers among tourists from the Far East. The article of the Pongpet Mekloya journalists was published in the English edition of the Thai daily paper printed in 75 000 copies, and on several pages, with fifteen photographs. It provides an overview of the tourist offer of the "Pearl of the Adriatic". The story of Dubrovnik was also published in the newspaper's online edition. This newspaper annex is a confirmation of the interest in Croatia as a tourist destination for tourists from the Far East, from which a multiple increase in the number of tourists was recorded last year, especially from Japan, China, South Korea, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan and Indonesia.

In addition to the text in the Bangkok Post also recently published articles of Dubrovnik were published in the French magazine "Meet and Travel ", and the Dutch website "DePers.nl '.The winter events in Dubrovnik are regularly monitored by the Spanish tourist - information portal’ Votravia.com’.

The Tourist Board of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County
http://visitdubrovnik.hr/hr-HR/Naslovna

The Tourist Board of Dubrovnik
http://www.tzdubrovnik.hr/

Bangkok Post
www.bangkokpost.com
 
 

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