Visitor Center opened in Makarska

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first_imgThe visitor center on a total area of ​​130 m2 will have two info desks and will offer all the information about the heritage and diverse tourist offer of Makarska. From gastronomy, excursions, recreation, accommodation to the presentation of autochthonous Makarska desserts and souvenirs. HRK 600 was spent on the reconstruction and arrangement of the Visitor Center, of which HRK 700 was provided by the Ministry of Tourism, and the rest by the City of Makarska and the Tourist Board. This morning, the Tourist Board reopened the doors of this space, but completely renovated and sophisticatedly equipped. All customers, renters and of course tourists can get all the information about accommodation, but also the sights, wealth, beauty and specialties of Makarska and its surroundings, rich gastronomic offer, accommodation facilities, energy… The area of ​​the Makarska Tourist Board on the Coast of King Tomislav 16 received a new look today after the renovation through a new multimedia center for visitors, reports from the city of Makarska. “We are very proud that with this redevelopment of a truly dilapidated space and unsuitable for a tourist pearl where about a million and a half nights are realized, with this significant project, that has changed forever. Makarska received a representative presentation center” istaknula je Hloverka Novak Srzić, direktorica Ureda TZ grada Makarske.last_img

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