Seeing Sinj and the Cetina Region Through Student’s Eyes

Daniela Rogulj


On Saturday, June 18 students from Parichaya Srakaeo in Thailand and Karim Taha in Algeria visited Sinj as part of an agreed program with the Sinj Tourist Board and the world’s largest student organization AIESEC (founded in 1948), which operates in 110 countries worldwide.

AIESEC excists in Croatia through 5 universities (Faculty of Economics in Osijek, Rijeka, Split and Zagreb, and the Faculty of Organization and Informatics in Varazdin). This is an organization that provides an opportunity for students to develop their potential and have a positive impact on society and the community.


Photo courtesy of Tourist Board Sinj

The purpose of their visit was to wrtie content for contributions and blogs about the tourism offers and potentials within the City of Sinj and the Cetina region. These contributions about Sinj will be posted on various social networks and blogging columns. The whole of this program is to give the opportunity for students to write and share about the historical and cultural heritages, traditions and customs of the countries they visit, and express them through a completely different light. This type of promotion has proven to be effective for young tourists specifically visiting one of these destinations, and this trip was the first of its kind.


Photo courtesy of Tourist Board Sinj

To sufficiently display the tourist potential of Sinj and the Cetina region, students visited the Shrine of the Miraculous Lady of Sinj, Hippodrome and Sinjski sport airport. The members of the Aero Club of Sinj enabled the students to record their contributions from the air with the help of flight instructor Natko Kulic. They also visited the Museum of Sinj Alka, the old town, as well as Panj where they could see the 2nd Cavalry wagon from the summer of ’95.


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