The American magazine Forbes has included Istria in 50 Spectacular Places to Visit Post-Pandemic, said Ina Rodin, Director of the Croatian National Tourist Board representative office in the United States, adding that in recent days many top-tier American media outlets highlighted new entry requirements for Croatia.
The Forbes article states that Istria is an ideal destination for all lovers of good gastronomy to try high-quality olive oil, truffles, prosciutto, wine and seafood in Istria, and also emphasizes the beauty of Istrian towns and its excellent geographical position.
All the charms of Istria were revealed via the American television network CNBC, which provided a cost overview of living as a “digital nomad” in four global destinations, namely Bali, Jamaica, Barbados and Croatia. The story of life in Croatia is told through the example of Melissa Paul, a “digital nomad”, who found her place under the sun in Istria.
The American edition of the travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler also writes about Croatia and brings a list of countries that are open to vaccinated visitors and states the current requirements of entry in the mentioned countries. The world's leading brand of tourist guides Lonely Planet also writes about the current entry requirements for Croatia, while in an additional article about our country it lists the 17 best locations that must be visited in Croatia. The list includes Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes, Hvar, Mljet, Zagreb, Istria, Vis, Bol, Korčula, Krka National Park, Split, Zagorje, Zadar, Cres, Cape Kamenjak, Kopački rit and Motovun.
Let us add that the Travel Pulse portal and the renowned American travel magazine Travel + Leisure also covered the latest entry requirements for Croatia, which included one Croatian destination, specifically the city of Split, which was included in its list 9 of the Best Places to Retire in Europe.