Organized by the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik Hotel and with the support of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, a journalist from the popular British digital edition of The Evening Standard magazine, Elizabeth Dee Edmonds, is staying in Dubrovnik from September 8 to 12 and preparing a report on the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik Hotel and Dubrovnik. During her several-day stay in Dubrovnik, the journalist will enjoy the gastronomic offer of Dubrovnik and visit the most important cultural and historical sights of the city and its surroundings.
In Dubrovnik, the British journalist of The Evening Standard was welcomed by the director of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, Ana Hrnić, who welcomed her with a souvenir. Ana Hrnić and Elizabeth Dee Edmonds talked about the importance of the British market, which is traditionally the most important emitting market, and also about raising awareness among British readers about Dubrovnik as one of the safest destinations in the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik and its surroundings, as one of the most popular destinations for the British and an established tourist brand on the British market, are an ideal combination of cultural and historical heritage, natural beauty and gastronomic offer.
In the British digital edition of The Evening Standard, which reaches up to 100 million views per month, an article about Dubrovnik will be published by the end of September.
The British market is the most important emitting market in Dubrovnik, whose tourists are currently again at the top of the list of the most numerous tourists in Dubrovnik. There are currently 3,045 Britons in Dubrovnik, while there were 18,565 British guests in August, which is 53 percent more than in August 2020.