The Polish edition of the National Geographic Traveler magazine is specifically aimed at Croatia as a tourist destination. This is another opportunity for promotion in the Polish market. It is expected that this year will also attract the Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) to report today.
CNTB reported that the latest special edition of the Polish National Geographic Traveler is titled “Croatia-23 Life Journeys”. It has 116 pages and is accompanied by text. It contains photos and useful information about Croatia by Polish journalists and travel writers.
Representing all regions of Croatia, the themes include the various attractions that Croatia has to offer, as well as the ideal holiday concept for adrenaline lovers and active holidaymakers, enjoying the sun and the sea and the pristine features of Croatian national parks. “In Zagreb, Holidays in cities like Split or Dubrovnik.
Agnieszka Puszczewicz, Director of CNTB Poland Office, said: “We believe that this edition of outstanding images and text will be another inspiration for Poles to visit Croatian destinations this year.”
This edition was written by a team of news editors and Agnieszka Załęska-Franus, editor-in-chief of National Geographic Poland and National Geographic Traveller Poland. He said that many Poles admire Croatia. This fact proves that Croatia has been one of Croatia for many years. Come to your favorite summer destination.
She said: “This is an idea that was created to dedicate the special issue of the magazine to Croatia and its beautiful regions, large and small cities, delicious food, high-quality wine and beautiful nature.”
CNTB director Kristjan Staničić reminded in a statement that Poland is one of the most important markets for Croatia’s tourism industry and that it also achieved good results in the last pandemic year.
“Polish tourists ranked third in terms of tourist flow in 2020, with about 4.6 million overnight accommodations. We expect this market will also make a huge contribution this year. Croatian Poles have more than 100,000 overnight accommodations in the area. “Staničić concluded.