The Croatian Minister of Tourism and Sports, Nikolina Brnjac, met yesterday in Munich with Karlheinz Jungbeck, the Vice President of the German Auto Club ADAC, the largest such association in Europe with 22 million members and one of the most influential European institutions in terms of car travel and camping.
The hosts from ADAC were extremely interested in the Croatian project 'Safe Stay in Croatia'. ADAC has chosen Kvarner and Istria as the main topic of the May issue of their Reisemagazine, one of the most famous German travel publications, which is an additional confirmation of the popularity of Croatian destinations.
“I am glad to say that the meeting went very well. Namely, the ADAC expressed interest in raising our cooperation to an even higher level and offered us the first institutional framework, i.e. an agreement between ADAC and our Ministry, through which Croatia would actually be marked as the first 'COVID-safe destination', said Brnjac.
“Given that the ADAC has 22 million members, it is clear the benefits it brings us,” said Brnjac after the meeting, explaining that the concretization of cooperation would greatly contribute to the visibility of Croatia and facilitate the arrival of German guests in our country.
On this occasion, the members of the Croatian delegation thanked the members of the ADAC and all other guests from Germany who remained faithful to Croatia last year, in a difficult tourist year.