Croatia Looks to Luxury Travel Expo to Put Destination on the Map

Mate Dragobratovic knows Croatia doesn’t necessarily have a reputation for luxury and that is why the sales and marketing manager for Villa Dubrovnik chose Luxury Travel Expo to get the message across.

“We aren’t really seen for our luxury and that is why we chose to make our first appearance at this show,” say Dragobratovic of his 57-room boutique resort. “This is the perfect place to get the message across that we have luxury resorts for just about every traveler.”

 

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