Two of the most well-known and amongst the most widely read British dailies The Mirror and The Independent published articles in which Croatia is highlighted as a desirable and attractive destination for digital nomads, said the Director of the CNTB Representative office in the UK, Darija Reić.
"Croatia is recognized in Great Britain as an attractive destination whose rich natural and cultural heritage the British admire. We are sure that our gastronomy, climate and nature will inspire many Britons to get to know our country even better as digital nomads and enjoy its benefits", said Reić, adding that this coverage significantly contributes to the general visibility of Croatia as a tourist destination in this key market.
The Independent states that a special permit for digital nomads has been introduced in Croatia this year, making Croatia one of the few countries in the world where formal conditions to live and work as digital nomads have been created. The journalist also highlighted the promotional campaign of the Croatian National Tourist Board "Croatia, your new office!", launched with the aim of presenting Croatia as an interesting destination with high-quality living conditions for digital nomads.
The Mirror’s article "Croatia's new remote worker visa allows Brits to come and stay for up to a year" lists the excellent living conditions in Croatia in the status of digital nomads, emphasizing the unique natural beauties of Croatia, such as its islands, national parks, interesting cities and beautiful beaches.
It is also important to note that The Mirror and The Independent are amongst the most widely read media publications in the UK with a total readership of more than 50 million.