DHT SLAVONIJA PROGRAM 2019 Opening in Vukovar, the second day the program moves to Vinkovci, while the final ceremony will be held in Osijek Online applications are available until September 29, 2019. Attachment: “Our goal is to position our country as an attractive year-round tourist destination with numerous promotional activities, adorned with a rich and diverse offer. In this sense, Slavonia and the Croatian continental offer come to the fore, and the double-digit growth of tourist traffic achieved on the continent in this tourist year proves that this is an increasingly sought-after part of Croatia with exceptional potential for further growth and development. I am sure that the Days of Croatian Tourism, which will be held in all five Slavonian counties, will prove that Slavonia is an interesting tourist region, and Slavonians are exceptional hosts and tourist workers.”stated the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić. DHT Slavonia 2019 program DHT gathers more than 1000 participants every year, and this year the organizers have prepared a number of interesting lectures, workshops, gatherings and additional content. Also, as part of DHT, a round table of representatives of the Government of the Republic of Croatia with tourism employees and the Croatian Tourism Forum organized by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce will be held. Traditional meeting of tourist workers and all stakeholders in the tourist system of the Republic of Croatia – Croatian Tourism Days (DHT) will be held, organized by the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian National Tourist Board and the Croatian Chamber of Commerce since October 2 to 4, 2019 in Slavonia. You can find the program of this year’s Days of Croatian Tourism as well as information related to applications HERE As the culmination of this event, during two evenings, recognitions and awards will be given to tourist workers, ie destinations and tourist products that are especially responsible for improving the tourist offer in Croatia. “From the very beginning of its mandate, the Government of the Republic of Croatia has focused on the economic development of Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem, in which the tourism sector plays a major role. In order to further emphasize the tourist importance of our easternmost continental region, this year we decided to hold the Days of Croatian Tourism and give the hosts the opportunity to present a variety of tourist products to stakeholders in the tourism sector from all over Croatia. I believe that through the rich program that we have jointly prepared, all participants of this year’s Days of Croatian Tourism will get to know the best of the tourist offer in all five Slavonian counties. In addition, this event will traditionally be an opportunity to pay tribute to all tourism professionals who have stood out with their work and contributed to the global success of Croatian tourism.pointed out Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli. The grand opening of the event will take place on Wednesday 2 October starting at 18.30pm at Eltz Castle in Vukovar. The awarding of the Annual Croatian Tourist Awards will take place on October 3, 2019, starting at 19.30 pm Vinkovci on the property of the Hunting Lodge Kunjevci while the closing ceremony of the TOP 10 awards of Croatian tourism will be held in Osijek at the Fortress on Vatroslav Lisinski Square on October 4, 2019, starting at 20.05:XNUMX p.m. “Slavonia has a lot to offer in terms of tourism, and this year’s Days of Croatian Tourism are an opportunity to show that. It is a combination of rich cultural heritage, natural beauty and increasingly rich gastronomy, which is the key motive for visiting Croatia for more than 30 percent of tourists. By branding the destination we can strengthen the local economy. Agricultural production must grow and follow the increased demand for domestic products, and contribute to the improvement of demographic trends. The basis of such success are, of course, people, because of which our guests leave with a smile and gladly return to us, so this year we will reward the best of them.” said the president of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Luka Burilović.