SummerIsHere Representative offices United States & Canada Press Newsletter 2011 A Canadian magazine writes about the beauties of Croatia  

A Canadian magazine writes about the beauties of Croatia

A Canadian magazine writes about the beauties of Croatia
The autumn edition of the magazine «Good Life Connoisseur» from Vancouver dedicated its cover page and 12 pages of the magazine to Croatia with a rich report. The authors of the articles and photographs Connie Ekelund and Terry Termaine, visited Croatia in May of this year as part of a study trip and got to know the special places and tourist attractions of Zagreb, Croatian Zagorje, Plitvice Lakes, Split, Trogir, Korčula, Dubrovnik, Ston and Cavtat. Even though cultural heritage sites marked most of the trip, the journalists had time to get to know the gastronomy offer and the unique character of each visited place. Zagreb`s «Secrets of Grič», the Museum of Broken Relationships, the Museum of the Krapina Neanderthals in Zagorje, the castle Trakošćan, the waterfalls of Plitvice, Dioklecian`s Palace in Split, the church of St. Lorenzo in Trogir, the house of Marco Polo in Korčula, Dubrovnik, the five km long and a hundred year old wall in Ston, the top quality sea food and wines in Mali Ston are just some of the attractions about which the two journalists wrote in their lively articles and and which they featured in their photographs.

At the beginning of the article they state how Croatia was a compete surprise to them.
«This very picturesque, small European county has an impressive history which stretches all the way back to the ancient Greeks and Romans», they wrote.

They visited all the destinations from a cultural, natural, gastronomic and historical aspect, illustrating their words with exquisite photo material.

Good Life Connoisseur


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