A group of journalists from Belgium and the Netherlands, accompanied by representatives from the Croatian Tourist Board in Belgium visited the Dubrovnik-Neretva County from May 10 to 14.
The journalists explored Konavle, where they had a wine tasting, Cavtat, Sokol Grad, Dubrovnik, the Arboretum in Trsteno, the small town of Ston with oyster tasting and harvesting, Ston Saltworks, the city walls, the Wine Museum in Putnikovići, and the island of Mljet.
Despite the bad weather, the journalists were impressed by what they saw and experienced, and they gathered a lot of material for their articles.
Mr. Peter-Paul Van Oyen, a freelancer, will write articles for De Zondag, Hotel Business, and Restaurant Business magazines. Ms. Simons Ulrike will write a report for the online magazine Grand.be. Ms. Vivian Melissa van Land will present her findings in the online and offline magazine Next Travel. Mr. Micha Jacobs will write an article about travel for the Dutch monthly magazine Playboy, while Christel van der Spoel will write a travel report for Grazia magazine.
From May 13 to 15, a four-member Polish TV crew from the TVN Discovery station visited the Dubrovnik-Neretva County to film a segment for one of the most-watched morning programs in Poland, "Dzien dobry TVN." The show covers a wide range of lifestyle topics and includes travel reports under the name "see you." The "see you" segment is hosted by Mr. Michal Cassanis, a well-known travel writer and deputy editor-in-chief of National Geographic Poland. In addition to showcasing numerous historical and natural beauties of the county, the TV crew had the opportunity to film the preparation of octopus under the bell and participate in oyster harvesting and tasting.
Furthermore, a wine tasting and a visit to Cavtat on Saturday was organised on May 13, for the Belgian journalist Igor Vandenergheu, who writes for De Zontag magazine with a circulation of 645,000 copies, and his partner, who runs a blog on mademoisellelek.net.
These visits by journalists and TV crews further emphasize the allure and appeal of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, leaving an indelible mark on the minds of readers and viewers eager to explore its captivating offerings.