Britain's The Telegraph published an article about Croatia, which highlights ten reasons why it is worth visiting Croatia as soon as possible, said the director of the CNTB Representative office in Great Britain, Darija Reić.
The author of the article, Mary Novakovich, states the main reason for visiting Croatia is the rare opportunity to visit Dubrovnik in the heart of the season, without the usual crowds,. Another important reason are the charming beaches, such as Zlatni rat on the island of Brač, Krivica on Lošinj and Stračinska on Šolta. The author of the text also commented Croatia's delicious food and praised Croatia's wine scene, which she called one of the most exciting in Europe.
As experiences one should not miss when visiting Croatia, The Telegraph also highlights festivals, art, nature and history, with a special emphasis on Rijeka, the "fascinating port city" and the European Capital of Culture, and Zagreb, and it’s coffee drinking culture with the must-see Dolac market.
The Telegraph with its daily and weekly print and online editions reaches over 12 million readers per month.