On Wednesday, April 8, the director of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, Ana Hrnić, gave an interview to The Jerusalem Post, one of the most read Israeli portals, with around 11 million visits per month.
The interview about Dubrovnik will be broadcast on a tourist podcast within the portal. Answering questions from an Israeli journalist, Ana Hrnić touched on the rich history of Dubrovnik, as well as the long history of the Jewish community in Dubrovnik with one of the oldest active synagogues in Europe.
The journalist was most interested in the well-known cultural and historical heritage of Dubrovnik, and was also interested in the current situation, the tourist offers of Dubrovnik, the possibility of trips to the surroundings, as well as the gastronomic offer.
From Tel Aviv to Dubrovnik, regular flights of the Israeli airline EL AL have been announced, every Tuesday from May 13 to October 26, as well as another Israeli airline, Arkia Airlines, which will connect Tel Aviv and Dubrovnik from April 23, every Monday and Friday. Croatia Airlines charter flights are also announced every Wednesday from June 2 to October 6.
“Since Israel is one of the world leaders in vaccinations, we expect that the announced flights will come true. The Croatian Embassy in Israel had received a lot of inquiries every day for Croatia, and especially for Dubrovnik, and they are very optimistic about the resumption of tourist traffic between the two countries,” stated the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.