Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Polish National Geographic Traveler completely dedicated to Croatia

Written by  May 24, 2021

The new issue of the Polish version of the National Geographic Traveller magazine is entirely dedicated to Croatia as a tourist destination. The new 116-page issue "Croatia - 23 Travels of Life" brings texts, photos and useful information from Polish journalists and travel writers who have written about the beauties and peculiarities of Croatian destinations.

"A special issue of the magazine is already on sale, so many Poles will have an additional opportunity to get to know Croatia even better, which is positioned in this market as one of the favourite foreign tourist destinations. Excellent pictures and tempting texts will be an additional inspiration for Poles to visit Croatian destinations this year," said Agnieszka Puszczewicz, director of the Croatia National Tourist Board representation in Poland.

"A lot of Poles adore Croatia, as evidenced by the fact that Croatia has been one of their favourite summer destinations for years. This is how the idea was created to dedicate a special issue of the magazine completely to Croatia and its beauties, small and large cities, delicious cuisine, excellent wines and beautiful nature,” said the editor-in-chief of the magazine National Geographic Poland Agnieszka Załęska-Franus.

The special edition of the National Geographic Traveller represents all Croatian regions, and thematically includes numerous attractions that Croatia offers in its tourist offer. Ideas for an ideal vacation can be found by lovers of adrenaline and active holidays, but also by lovers of enjoying the sun and the sea and the untouched nature of Croatian national parks. In the magazine you can find ideas for city break holidays in cities like Zagreb, Split or Dubrovnik.

"Poland is one of the most important markets for Croatian tourism, which last year took a high third place in terms of tourist turnover. Last year, Polish tourists realized about 4.6 million overnight stays, and we expect a strong contribution from this market this year as well,” said the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić.


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