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Special Guests At Croatian Stand During Munich Travel Fair

The Croatian Tourist Board is currently promoting the country at what is said to be the most significant Travel and Leisure Fair in Germany and Europe – f.re.e Munich 2013, and today its stand will have two special guests.

Croatia’s legendary skiing siblings Ivica and Janica Kostelic will visit Croatia’s stand today and mix with fans and sign autographs. The trade fair, which expects to host 1,200 exhibitors from over 50 countries, is an important one for the Croatian Tourist Board as the Germany holds market share in the Croatian tourism industry.

The fair, held from 20-24 February is devoted largely to “active tourism” and it holds a series of conferences and workshops on tourism, caravaning, mobile communication, water sports and cycling during the 5 days.

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