Friday, 2 April 2021

Croatia Features in New York's Condé Nast Traveler!

April 2, 2021 - Croatia features in New York's Condé Nast Traveler!

Croatia, as a desirable tourist destination, graces the cover of the April issue of the renowned New York travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler. 

Condé Nast Traveler Magazine is a luxury travel magazine aimed at the upmarket, independent traveler. It provides its audience with the latest travel news, guides, tips, and ideas including some of the most beautiful places, best vacation spots, and places to visit worldwide. 

As reports, a photo of Lake Mir and the surrounding cliffs of Telašćica Bay is on the cover, while the same issue of the magazine published a large article entitled Time and Tide, which describes the beauties of the Northern Dalmatian coast and islands. Croatia is described in the article as "a country of extreme beauty and resilience, where sun-bleached islands smell of sage and salt, and limestone-paved cities proudly carry their history." Special emphasis is placed on the charm of sailing through the Kornati archipelago, but also on the beauty and historical significance of Zadar and Šibenik, which are located in the immediate vicinity.


New York travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler April cover 

"Americans eagerly await new trips to Croatia, which is confirmed by numerous direct inquiries and reservations through travel agents and numerous articles in leading American media such as Condé Nast Traveler, Forbes, USA Today, The Washington Post, CNN Travel, Travel + Leisure, Departures, Lonely Planet et al. We need to continue to build the image of a safe and responsible destination and clearly communicate information about the epidemiological situation, protocols in the country and the conditions for travel to Croatia," concluded HTZ director in the US, Ina Rodin.


Time and Tide article on the beauties of the North Dalmatian coast and islands

While this may be the first Croatia cover for the New York travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler, it surely won't be the last! 

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Friday, 8 November 2019

CN Traveler: Hvar Best European Island, Hotel Amfora One of Best Resorts

The respected travel portal Condé Nast Traveler rarely has a bad word to say about Croatia, and they've kept this trend going with praise being showered over the gorgeous island of Hvar, known since long as Croatia's premier island.

As Novac/Jozo Vrdoljak/ writes on the 7th of November, 2019, leading world travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler has published the results of the Readers' Choice Awards and has given the Amfora Hvar Hotel the prestigious title of one of the top thirty resorts in all of Europe.

Hotel Amfora is situated in a quiet bay near the very centre of Hvar with unobstructed views of the nearby Pakleni islands, making it a unique resort on the island of Hvar. Recognised for its spectacular cascade pool and diverse offer, it is an ideal choice for couples, families and business meetings, conferences, conferences and exclusive events alike. The hotel doesn't limit itself, there's something for everyone and CN Traveler has recognised this quite clearly.

"To be in such a levied group is a testament to the year-round impeccable work and service delivery which is done to the very highest standards in tourism. It's a great honour to know that the hotel's guests recognised that and voted for us at this year's Readers' Choice Awards,'' said the hotel's director, Igor Tabak.

More than 600,000 readers around the world participated in the selection of the best of the best, which was carried out by the publication through various categories.

The best hotels and resorts, airlines, villas, spas, airports, cruisers and tour operators, cities and islands were all selected. In addition to the recognition of Hvar's Amfora Hotel in the Top 30 Resorts in Europe category, Hvar island itself was named the Best Island in Europe in 2019.

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