Elizabeth Dee Edmonds, a journalist from the popular British digital edition of The Evening Standard magazine, was staying in Dubrovnik these last few days preparing a report on the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik Hotel and Dubrovnik. Her stay was organized by the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik Hotel with the support of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board. During her stay in the City, she enjoyed the fabulous Dubrovnik gastronomic offer and visited all important cultural and historical sights of the City and its surroundings.
Edmonds was welcomed by the director of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, Ana Hrnić, and the two discussed the importance of the British market and raising awareness among British readers about Dubrovnik as one of the safest destinations in the Mediterranean. By the end of September, the British digital edition of The Evening Standard, which reaches up to 100 million views per month, will publish an article about Dubrovnik featuring everything Edmonds got to experience and enjoy during her stay.
With the return of Croatia to the green list on the British market, air traffic to Dubrovnik has intensified. The targeted promotion of our City on the British market and the favourable epidemiological situation resulted in a satisfactory increase in the number of tourists from the United Kingdom.
All airlines (British Airways, EasyJet, TUI Airlines, Jet2.com) operating from and to the UK will also continue to operate in October 2021. The number of flights on a weekly basis will decrease slightly, but all destinations that were connected with Dubrovnik in August and September will be still available, those being: London (LGW, LHR, STN), Birmingham (BHX), Bristol (BRS), Edinburgh (EDI), East Midlands (EMA), Leeds (LBA), Manchester (MAN) and Newcastle (NCL).