Twelve prominent journalists of prestigious Russian media outlets such as Bazzar, Marie Claire, InStyle, Elle, Cosmo, Grazia and Style are staying this week in Dubrovnik where they are preparing publications and reports.
The stay of a group of Russian journalists in Dubrovnik was organized by the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik Hotel and with the support of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board. During their several-day stay at the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik Hotel, the journalists will visit Dubrovnik and the local islands. The emphasis of publications in the Russian media is on the cultural and historical sights and the rich gastronomic offer of Dubrovnik.
The Russian journalists were welcomed by the director of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, Ana Hrnić, and pointed out that Dubrovnik is an extremely safe destination with a favourable epidemiological situation.
Russians are the ninth most numerous tourists in Dubrovnik this year, with 1,188 Russian tourists arriving in the city and achieving 3,869 overnight stays.
And the feedback from the Russian group of journalists has been positive so far with mentions of the excellent direct flight connections with Moscow and the favourable Covid-19 situation.
The journalists pointed out that there is currently a great deal of interest in the Russian market for holidays in Dubrovnik, which is certainly due to direct flights with Moscow by the airline Aeroflot.