More International Media Interest in Culture and Cuisine of Sinj

There has been a marked increase in international media interest in inland Dalmatia, as well as the rest of Central Dalmatia, in recent years. Much of this is due to the efforts of Central Dalmatia Tourist Board director, Josko Stella, who has done much to bring international journalists to the region from countries where the Croatian National Tourist Board has representative offices.

In the latest round of media programmes, around 40 foreign-based journalists will visit the cities of Split, Hvar, Brac, Vis, Solin, Klis, Trogir, Trilj, Sinj and Omis in three very different programmes, focusing on the natural, cultural, adventure and gastronomic aspects of the Central Dalmatian offer.

The latest phase of the project involved reputable journalists from Austria, Italy, Czechia, Slovakia, Poland, the Netherlands and Norway – Jerzy Niemocinski, Anna Sienkiewicz, Ewa Wagner, Adolf Wurzer, Marta Budska, Obert Oppelt, Maurizio Ceccaioni, Giuseppe Danielli, Giorgia Lola Oost, Ann-Mari Helena Gregersen and Elin Kristin Kristoffersen – who arrived in Sinj.

There they were treated to a tour of the historic town, famous for its Alka knights tournament. The tour also included a visit to the new Alka Museum, which won the prestigious Europe Nostra award in 2018, before the foreign writers were introduced to the gastronomic delights of the region.

We look forward to reading about their impressions in a number of languages!

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