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The New York Times alaba la costa croata y a su gente

The New York Times alaba la costa croata y a su gente La costa croata enamora a los turistas extranjeros, y las islas croatas de Mljet y Korčula han inspirado recientemente una columna del periodista de The New York Times, Seth Kugel. El periodista norteamericano contaba las vacaciones que ha pasado en Dubrovnik, Mljet y Korčula con sus padres, de los que destaca que son grandes viajeros y se han enamorado de Croacia. Ha destacado que los croatas son gente muy amable, pero sólo puede decir eso de los dálmatas del sur, porque no ha conocido al resto del país.
La comida ha dejado al periodista sin palabras, y le ha gustado tanto el pescado fresco, calamares y pulpo, como el queso tradicional y jamón serrano. En cuanto al alojamiento privado en el Adriático, ha escrito que es excelente y que ofrece mucho más que los tradicionales hoteles, sobre todo por la posibilidad de poder conocer la vida cotidiana del anfitrión, que además ayuda al turista con numerosos consejos.
Después de visitar, según sus palabras, la preciosa ciudad de Dubrovnik, siguió el viaje con sus padres hasta la isla de Mljet, donde dice que ha tenido un verdadero descanso. Korčula le ha encantado, sobre todo la ciudad antigua sobre la que escribe que le parece todavía más bonita y más auténtica que el mismísimo Dubrovnik. Le ha impresionado estar en la ciudad que puede ser la ciudad natal de Marco Polo. Le ha gustado todavía más Račišće, un pequeño pueblo pesquero.
Korčula ha sido para el periodista y sus padres algo más animada, pero igualmente agradable. El periodista y sus colegas han concluido que la costa croata es una verdadera belleza, y que sus habitantes son uno de los pueblos más amables del mundo.

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