International Journalists Thrilled with Trilj’s Cultural Heritage

Daniela Rogulj


May 8, 2019 – On May 7, 2019, on the initiative of Joška Stella, director of the Tourist Board of Split-Dalmatia County, specialized journalists were welcomed from all the countries where the Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) has representative offices as part of their study tours. The visit was held as part of the permanent tourist promotion of the area.



In cooperation with local tourist boards, through highly attractive tourist programs, established international journalists visited Trogir, Split, Solin, Brač, Klis and Trilj. The journalists will be informed about the selective forms of tourism in the areas, that is, natural, cultural and gastronomic, as well as the opportunities for active vacations in the area. In the framework of the “Cultural Tourism” program, in cooperation with the Trilj Tourist Board, the journalists that visited Trilj were from Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark and France: Maria Christina Hilstrom, Duclos / Solene Diane Marie Karine, Orlikowska Malgorzata, Schalke Melissa Debora, Van Bijsterveld Sandra, Weenink Laura Marbella, Blanken Mirjam, Vlaanderen Laura Marina, Walczowska Karolina Janina, Maraine Marie Ange Huguette, Reif Edith, Edelmayer Waltraud, and Anette Brathen Moen.


Along with the expert tourist guidance of Dina Ivančić, accompanied by Andriana Ivković, director of the Trilj Tourist Board, the group of prominent world journalists started with a panoramic view of the beautiful Nutjak fortress. After Nutjak, the journalists visited the Museum of the Trilj Region where they were introduced to the rich history of the town of Trilj, with the geographical position of the Roman military camp and its cultural and archaeological significance for the entire Dalmatian Zagora (Inland Dalmatia), after which they visited the Roman military camp Tilurium and the church of Sv. Petra in Gardun.



As the whole program was entirely devoted to culture and cultural sites, the journalists were given the opportunity to meet and gastronomic offer of the Trilj region, and tried uštipak, cheese, ham, antique food (libum, sausages), frogs, peka bread, and veal peka, all accompanied by unmistakable wine from the Čaporice vineyards.


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