September 15, 2020 – Good news for Croatian travelers looking to visit the Adriatic pearl this September, as Dubrovnik targets domestic guests in its new late-season tourist offer.
HRTurizam reports that the promotional activities of the City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board titled “Late Summer in Dubrovnik” – “Dubrovnik, where the heart is”, from September 15 to 30, includes discounts and benefits for visitors to Dubrovnik on numerous tourist services from several different categories: sights, museums, galleries, accommodation providers and caterers.
In this way, they want to attract primarily tourists from Croatia, who top the tourist list in Dubrovnik this year. Namely, from January 1 to September 9, tourists from Croatia were first on the list of the most numerous tourists in Dubrovnik. Since the beginning of the year, there were 33,864 tourists from Croatia (83% of last year’s tourist traffic in arrivals for the same period), and 113,453 overnight stays were realized (5% more than in the same period last year).
In addition to Dubrovnik’s cultural institutions, such as the museums, Lokrum and the Dubrovnik Walls are also included in the offer, which also includes reduced ticket prices in September.
The great news is that the seventh Good Food Festival is being organized this year as well, as a gastronomic event for all lovers of good food, which will be held from September 24 to 27, 2020, following the prescribed measures due to the epidemiological situation.
This year’s program will include the traditional Restaurant Week (September 21-27) with festival menus, a special breakfast offer, wine tastings, a sweet festival offer, gastro tours, culinary workshops, a festival house in Pile, a summer gastro cinema program, beer evenings with good street food at Dubrovačka pivovara, and a concert by Ines Tričković Sextet: Runjić in blue and other interesting events.
The chefs of about thirty Dubrovnik restaurants have created festival menus, especially for the Good Food Festival, at promotional prices of up to HRK 150. They will be able to taste them throughout the Festival Week.
The City of Dubrovnik and its institutions will join the action of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports and the Croatian National Tourist Board, entitled ‘A Vacation-Worthy Week’, from October 16 to 25, 2020.
Offering half the price of all tourist products, from accommodation, transport, and sights to catering services and various experiences, this action aims to enable all Croatian citizens to visit and get to know other parts of the country, concludes the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.
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