Belgian bloggers and influencers discover the beauty of Croatia

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The Croatian Tourist Board, in cooperation with the HTZ Representative Office in Belgium and the system of tourist boards, organized a study trip for popular Belgian bloggers and influencers. The travel program includes the period from August 29 to September 3. The participants will get to know the tourist offer, customs and traditions of the destinations included in the program in a very interesting way, reports

In addition to the city of Zagreb, this program also includes the destinations of Zagreb, Karlovac, Lika-Senj and Zadar counties, and the participants include bloggers Mimi Voyage and Dorien Draps and influencers Liandra Sadzo, Aaron De Groeve, Steffi Mercie and Pauline Grossen. All of thema are followed by a large number of fans and travel enthusiasts.

During their stay in Croatia, they will learn about the country and destinations in an interactive and interesting way. In the city of Zagreb, they met numerous Zagreb legends and tourist attractions, while in the Zagreb County they went truffle hunting, grape picking, and had an organized cycling through the vineyards while tasting the best wines of this region. In Karlovac County, they visited and toured a strudel village, took part in making the thinnest dough, and did in rafting and SUP competitions.

In Rastoke and Plitvice lakes, they had the opportunity to create the best photo and video content. On the island of Pag, they learned about the process of making olive oil, in which they actively participated. They also demonstrated their skills on one of the most beautiful trails in Croatia, “Life on Mars”. In Zadar, they visited the old town and discovered the best places for photos, but also learned about the city history.

According to the data of the eVisitor system, in the current part of the year in Croatia, Belgians achieved around 175,000 arrivals and more than 835,000 overnight stays. That, compared to the same period in the record year 2019, represents 92 percent of the result in arrivals and 95 percent of the result in overnight stays.

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