How the Tourist Boards of Southern Istria read a small lesson about tourism

first_imgTourism connects various industries vertically and horizontally, and in the whole tourist mosaic, of course if we talk about strategic and sustainable development, a lot of people, products, services and details participate. Each cube in the mosaic is extremely important, no matter how small, because without it the mosaic is not complete.The Tourist Board of Southern Istria (Pula, Vodnjan, Medulin, Fažana, Ližnjan, Marčana Barban) has shown a standard that we must all strive for in tourism, a small but important piece of the tourist mosaic, and this small cube is called poster design. not so much the poster design itself, as the information on the poster for the event South on 2 wheels, six bike races intended to popularize cycling and presentation of bike trails in southern Istria, in several languages, more precisely in Croatian, English and Italian.If we know that most tourists are foreigners, shouldn’t it be logical and natural for tourist information to be in English? From museums, tourist information, exhibitions, various shops, written prices of products and services in kunas and euros, as well as posters for various contents and events that take place in the destination?We constantly talk about quality content, but if a tourist does not know about it, he cannot even consume it.Two years ago, at Advent in Zagreb, I saw so many posters from various events that were announced or in progress, but no poster is in English, although the content itself is intended for tourists or a foreign music group. And Zagreb certainly started living from tourism. This is the responsibility of the entire destination, ie all participants, and we must think about communication in order to inform tourists, and thus increase their consumption, which directly increases the satisfaction of tourists and by increasing tourist spending.Such a small but extremely important detail, isn’t it?Something that should be normal and always in our tourist destinations, especially those marine ones that live exclusively from tourism for years, but unfortunately in our destinations communication in English is a rarity.Also, there is a great responsibility in tourist destinations, through education and communication to the local community and the organizers of various events. First and foremost, it is necessary to start from yourself and lay the foundations, ie set an example for others, as well as when the Tourist Board co-finances or participates as a partner in organizing an event, it must set the standard for posters and communication in English.We must also communicate in English, and provide such important quality information to our tourists, of course if we want to deal with the development of tourism.A small but important lesson from tourism.Attachment:SOUTH on 2 wheels POSTER 1SOUTH on 2 wheels POSTER 2last_img read more

Saka, Aubameyang jostle for Arsenal’s Player of the Season award

first_img Loading… Bukayo Saka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are in the running to be crowned 2019-20 Arsenal Player of the Season. reported that the Anglo-Nigerian and Gabon star were named in the final three-man shortlist for the annual award alongside goalkeeper Bernd Leno. 18-year-old Saka – who was promoted to the first team in 2018 – has enjoyed a breakthrough season with the Gunners and has become a key figure in Mikel Arteta’s squad. He underlined his importance to the Emirates Stadium giants by featuring in a variety of different positions, while scoring four times and claiming 12 assists across all competitions. In the season under review, captain Aubameyang produced an awe-inspiring performance by recording 27 goals across all tournaments. The Gabon international ended the English Premier League with 22 strikes in 36 outings, the same number of goals he scored for Arsenal in his first full campaign in England following his move from Borussia Dortmund. read also:Saka to follow Henry’s footsteps at Arsenal He narrowly missed the chance to retain the Golden Boot he shared with Liverpool duo Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane in 2018-19, as Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy clinched it with 23 goals this season. For former Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Leno, he was consistently one of the Gunners’ finest performers – making a string of great saves throughout the campaign until his season was ended prematurely against Brighton and Hove Albion after landing heavily on his right leg under pressure from Neal Maupay. The winner will be decided by votes from Arsenal fans who chose Frenchman Alexandre Lacazette as last the 2018-19 season winner. Nigeria prospect Saka expressed his delight to be playing alongside marksman Aubameyang, whom he watched as a teenager at the academy. “In the academy we got tickets to watch [the first team] and I used to see him scoring goals. To now be playing with him is just amazing,” Saka told Sky Sports. “You know he’s going to score a goal for us. He’s such a good guy who helps all the young players with advice and he’s also funny as well!” Having finished eighth in the just concluded English topflight season after garnering 56 points from 38 games, Arterta’s side are hoping to end the season on a high by beating Chelsea to the FA Cup title on August 1 at Wembley. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Best Cars Of All TimeMeet The Happiest Shiba Inu On Instagram!18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist Magnets7 Most Asntonishing Train Stations In The WorldPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got Canceled10 Largest Cities In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe Best Actors To Start Their Careers On Soaps6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually Truelast_img read more

EPL: City Score Seven, United Earn Draw at Anfield

first_imgManchester City maintained their blistering start to the season as the Premier League leaders demolished Stoke City 7-2, while champions Chelsea crashed to a shock 2-1 defeat at lowly Crystal Palace  saturday.With second-placed Manchester United settling for a drab stalemate at Anfield earlier in the day, it was their Manchester rivals who provided the thrills as City moved two points clear at the top. Capping a dramatic day, Arsenal trail nine points behind City after Watford came from behind to snatch a surprise 2-1 win.Pep Guardiola’s free-scoring City struck three times in the first 27 minutes at Eastlands, securing their sixth successive league win in swashbuckling style.City took the lead through Gabriel Jesus in the 17th minute and Raheem Sterling doubled the advantage two minutes later with a tap-in that capped a flowing move. David Silva got City’s third with a simple finish after another incisive raid in the 27th minute.Stoke’s Mame Biram Diouf reduced the deficit with a deflected effort in the 44th minute and City’s defence was breached for just the fourth time in the league this season when Kyle Walker scored an own goal two minutes after the interval.But Jesus’s second goal in the 55th minute restored order and his compatriot Fernandinho put the result beyond doubt five minutes later.City reached six goals in a game for the second time this season as Leroy Sane netted in the 62nd minute. Bernando Silva’s first City strike, in the 78th minute, made it 24 goals in his team’s last five league games.They are first team to net 29 goals in the first eight games of an English top-flight campaign since Everton in 1894-95 and Guardiola said: “We can always do better but I cannot deny today was the best performance since I arrived here.“I am here to win, I am not here to entertain, but this is the way we want to play. Our confidence is high.”Bottom club Palace had lost their opening seven league games without scoring a goal, the worst start to a season in English top-flight history.But stunningly it was Chelsea who were the victims as they finally ended that goal drought at Selhurst Park.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Finnish ski jumper dies at 55, Legend of Olympic Games held in Sarajevo

first_imgRenowned Finnish ski jumper Matti Nykanen died on Monday at the age of 55. Nykanen won several Olympic gold medals, first in Sarajevo in 1984 and three in Calgary in 1988, Xinhua reports.Additionally, Nykanen won six world championships in ski jumping.The death of Nykanen was reported by several Finnish media agencies and confirmed by his family to national broadcaster, Yle. Finnish Minister for European Affairs, Culture and Sport Sampo Terho praised Nykanen as a great sports hero.After he retired from skiing, Nykanen became an entertainer and published music albums. Nykanen married six times, with five persons. He had three children, newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reported.He had a alcohol problems. In 2009 Nykanen was sentenced to prison for aggravated assault.last_img read more