Harper’s Bazaar Becki Murray: “Dubrovnik is Worth Visiting Despite Self-Isolation”

Becki Murray, one of the most prominent journalists of the media corporation Conde Nast, as well as the editor of the British edition of the famous Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country magazines is staying in Dubrovnik this week. Dealing with the topics of fashion, beauty, culture, and travel on daily basis, it was only natural for her to come and explore one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Murray is preparing a report about Dubrovnik’s cultural and historical sites as well as the rich gastronomic offer for the prestigious British magazine Town & Country. During her visit she will not miss the opportunity to visit the stunning Elafiti Islands as well. Her stay was organized by the London PR agency AD Publicity in cooperation with Ana Muhar Blanquart and with the support of the Rixos Premium Hotel and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.

The well know journalist and editor was welcomed by Ana Hrnić, the director of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board. Hrnić emphasised Dubrovnik to be a safe and secure destination and expressed hope that United Kingdom will revise Croatia’s status regarding coronavirus as soon as possible, in order to abolish mandatory self-isolation for British tourists on return to their country. She pointed out British market to be Dubrovnik’s most important emitting market, whose tourists are traditionally at the top of the list of our most frequent visitors.

Dubrovnik is currently connected to the United Kingdom with 28 flights per week via British Airways, EasyJet and going to London LHR, London LGW, London STN, Manchester, Newcastle, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, and London LTN.

“It definitely pays off to come and see Dubrovnik despite the two weeks of self-isolation on the way back to the UK,” Becki Murray concluded, absolutely delighted by the beauties of our lovely city.