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Croatia - The most beautiful destination in Central Europe
The Belgian, English and Spanish newspapers have recently published a report in which it is recommended to visit and learn about Dubrovnik during the summer and winter, especially during the Feste of St. Vlaho, and this town in southern Croatia also boasts as a conference destination.

The Belgian magazine "Travel 2» describes the experience of the Feste of St. Vlaho and the release of doves of the sea and freedom, the Kandelora and a stately procession. It is recommended to stay in Dubrovnik's luxury hotels and villas, praises the local cuisine, the Dubrovnik Summer Games, holidays on the Elafit islands and Mljet and the beauties of its National Park. There is commendable talk about Cavtat, wines from Pelješac, and they say that oysters from the Mali Ston Bay are a must try.

Dubrovnik, Krakow and Prague as a desirable vacation destination are suggested by the British "Daily Telegraph" in its journal Ultra Travel, which especially praised the architecture of Dubrovnik, in which it states that it "inspires the soul." In addition to listing the desirable luxury hotels Excelsior, the Bellevue and Pucic Palace, it is recommended to visit the island of love Lokrum and the cultural offer of the city is mentioned, especially a visit to the Art Gallery and Museum and a tour of the city sights. The journalist recommends buying the typical filigree jewelry, and creations of young Croatian designers Hippy Garden.

Foreign media set Dubrovnik apart as a desirable place for business meetings and conferences. The magazine CIT (Conference & Incentive Travel) presents Dubrovnik as a "hot spot" for conventions, business meetings and provides an overview of a number of hotels that have successfully organized all kinds of business meetings and gatherings. Here, next to the Dubrovnik Palace, are the Kazbek, the Bellevue, Villa Mozart, the Excelsior, Pucic Palace, Maria Concept Store, Cafe Buza, Ginja Lounge bar at the Radisson, and others.

The Spanish, "Hispanic Meeting & Travel" magazine made a postcard of Dubrovnik, entitled "Going Global". For the magazine, Croatia is one of the most beautiful destinations in Central Europe with more than a thousand islands. It is pointed out that Croats are outstanding professionals with a "very proactive young generation seeking to acquire knowledge in the congress business."

The Tourist Board of Dubrovačko-Neretvanska County
www.visitdubrovnik.hr

The Dubrovnik Tourist Board
www.tzdubrovnik.hr
 
 

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