BBC Filming in Split and Klis for Croatian Tourism Promotion

More great international promotion is on the way!

The Croatian National Tourist Board has joined forces with the BBC to shoot a series of 60-second promotional videos about Croatia, which the BBC will both produce and share via its global network from May to September, reaching a potential audience of more than 450 million viewers.

”Cooperation between the Croatian Tourist Board and the BBC is one of the great examples of cooperation and working together with foreign entities on the promotion of Croatian tourism. We’re exceptionally proud that such a large media group, achieving the reach of 454 million households around the world, has recognised the significance and potential of Croatia as a tourist destination. I’m sure that all the material shot, as well as all of the other activities, will significantly contribute to the visibility of Croatia, and thus to achieve even better tourist results this year,” said the Croatian National Tourist Board director, Kristjan Stanicic.

Filming has already taken place, and it is no surprise that the theme of Game of Thrones featured on the list of topics in the Croatia promotions. The BBC recording crew visited Osijek, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Klis, NP Paklenica and other destinations where they recorded eno-gastronomic themes, cultural and historical heritage, active tourism offers and other interesting tourist attractions.
So stay tuned to the BBC in the coming months, as the Central Dalmatia promotion goes global. 
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