Tourist offer of Slavonia presented in Turin
Organized by the CNTB Representation in Italy, a presentation of Slavonia was organized in Turin, as well as a business workshop between Croatian tourist entities and Italian partners.The program was attended by 19 travel companies from Croatia and 70 travel agents and representatives of CRALs, organizations within the union of large companies and banks that organize travel for their members from the Piedmont region. The aim of the business workshop was to intensify cooperation between Italian and Croatian partners and to present the potential, tourist products and beauties of the Slavonia region.The participants were greeted by representatives of the Slavonia cluster, the director of the Požega-Slavonia Tourist Board Maja Jakobović and Osijek-Baranja Ivana Jurić, who with her colleagues also held a presentation of Slavonia by bringing tourist products such as active holidays, eno-gastronomy, culture, nature, etc. pointed out that Slavonia is for Italian guests, who spend the summer on the Croatian coast, an ideal destination for a combination of vacation at sea and on the continent, or to get to know a different Croatia. During the evening, a prize game was organized where the happiest participants won thematic trips to Slavonia, as well as two return tickets from Croatia Airlines on the Milan-Zagreb route.”After several years, the Croatian tourist offer was presented in Turin, the main center of one of the most developed and potent regions of Italy, Piedmont, and we are extremely glad and important that we presented the tourist offer of Croatia and the Slavonia cluster to Italian partners who followed the presentation with special interest. participated in conversations. This business meeting justified the expectations of Croatian and Italian partners, primarily due to the contacts made, ” concluded Viviana Vukelic, Director of the CNTB Representation in Italy.After the workshop, a tasting of Slavonian delicacies was organized, and brochures about Croatia and Slavonia were distributed, as well as occasional Slavonian souvenirs.