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Bild: Croatia is among the eight countries that German tourists could visit this summer

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first_imgThere are also various other factors, from fear of travel, declining spending and financial power, lack of vacations, etc.… Measures are slowly being planned or are already being relaxed in each country, which means there will be a strong narrative of each country (buy and travel locally) in order to start the local economy as soon as possible, which is currently an imperative. It is in this segment that the Germans are very much aware of the need to strengthen the local economy. Of course, one should be aware and realistic, until a vaccine or cure is found, we cannot expect a recovery in tourism, which will surely last from that moment for 2-3 years. In the current situation, we also cannot expect large tourist traffic and tourist activity, but we should certainly look at it and be optimistic, ie do our best to catch some tourist traffic. That is why we need to react quickly and be ready, listen to the situation in every market and be proactive. Of course, to emphasize once again, one should be optimistic and do everything to activate the tourist market, as always, but one should also be aware of the realistic framework. This tourist year needs to be crossed, at least when it comes to some big tourist numbers, and if the situation gives us a chance, of course we need to embrace it and do everything in our power. But also our long coast has too many places and coves for distance as well as smaller tourist destinations. Certainly the demand will be for houses and villas with swimming pools, especially those in rural areas and away from city centers, as well as active holidays and the interior. Certainly, such texts and advertisements in the most widely read and extremely influential German newspapers are a big plus. And just a great foundation, if and when the situation is further improved in an optimistic scenario, to direct promotional budgets to save from the tourist season what to save that. / / / A VIEW FROM GERMANY: IF YOU TRAVEL ACROSS BORDERS AT ALL, THE GOAL WILL BE A EUROPEAN COUNTRY But we must also be aware of the question of when and if it will open borders. As Capak recently stated, borders will be opened only if the situation in other countries is stable, ie if it is better than in our country. Certainly, regional travel will be in trend in the coming years, not so far from your home. Here, as a car destination, we certainly have an advantage. Also, after more than a month of quarantine, self-isolation, psychological fear and negative news, of course, everyone has a very strong desire to travel, to finally “breathe”. But what will be the real rational desire to travel when it comes during that time we will see. One is desire and the other is reality. However, fear is the strongest and the main opponent of tourism. / / / GERMANY AS OUR MAIN BROADCASTING MARKET, RECOVERY EXPECTED ONLY IN AUGUST OR SEPTEMBER Also, in addition to Bild, today it is German state television ZDF in the morning program reported on Croatia, and they released and staff from the new CNTB campaign #CroatiaLongDistanceLove. BILD: So will Croatia leave our vacation Factors that will play a role Prema article the most widely read German newspaper picture, Croatia is one of eight countries that German tourists could visit this summer. This fear is further expressed for families with children. And that’s why it’s important to be close to some hospital center, and the islands in this story are extra risky, because of the distance and without a direct road connection to the mainland. Despite the uncertain situation in which it is not known whether tourist trips can be realized, Bild singled out eight countries that could be desirable destinations for German tourists this summer, namely: Croatia, Greece, Austria, Switzerland, Tunisia, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland. Namely, Bild believes that these countries have responded well to the pandemic and that they could be ready for the arrival of tourists by the summer. The situation is changing from day to day, and we should react accordingly. At the moment, no one can say for sure what the weather will be like in September, and how the whole coronavirus situation will develop. Admittedly, epidemiologists expect a second wave of spread sometime in September, but for now, scientists and epidemiologists from around the world still have too many questions and assumptions and too few answers. / / / ISLIVING THE MOOD OF AUSTRIAN TOURISTS AND THE IMPACT ON THE SUMMER SEASON IN CROATIA Until May 03, a warning to citizens not to travel abroad is in force in Germany, and by the end of April it will be decided whether the recommendations will be extended. Certainly, Switzerland and Austria are also counting on German tourists, who in the context of the current need for social distance, active vacation, nature, ecology have a strong trump card. As well as the fact that the destinations are closer than us. BILD: Wo man im sommer trotz Corona Urlaub machen kann Also, Bild ranked the chances of tourist trips in these countries, and Croatia and Greece are in the category of “good chances”. Austria and Switzerland are in the “very likely” holiday category, while other countries are in the “likely” category. It is stated that Croatia introduced strict measures in the fight against the virus in a timely manner, which was a good decision that paid off. Director of the CNTB in Germany Romeo Draghicchio believes that in Croatia there are many accommodations in which it is possible to maintain a distance between guests. “Croatia is in a good position due to its accessibility by car via Austria and Slovenia, and if these countries open their borders, air flights are also possible.Draghiccho points out. last_img read more

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Joe Allen gets the point for Liverpool with last-minute leveller against Arsenal

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first_imgSubstitute Joe Allen was Liverpool’s unexpected saviour with an added-time equaliser – just when Arsenal appeared to have sent a significant message in the title race. With Manchester City held to a goalless draw at home to Everton, Arsene Wenger’s side seemed to be underlining their title credentials having twice come from behind to lead 3-2. But Allen, on the pitch for just eight minutes, denied them victory by volleying home at the far post. Giroud’s second, in the 55th minute, came after more flat-footed defending allowed the France international the time to spin and fire inside the far post. Per Mertesacker blocked one dangerous Adam Lallana shot but Benteke’s introduction did not give Arsenal too many problems – to the extent Klopp sent on newly-signed centre-back Steven Caulker for a debut up front alongside the Belgian for the final five minutes. However, if the intention was to go long ball it escaped Allen, one of the smallest men in Liverpool’s side, as he popped up at the far post to convert Henderson’s cross. TWEET OF THE MATCH “Cracking game of football that. Seems nobody wants to take the PL title by the scruff of the neck. #LFCvAFC” – Joey Barton wonders what’s going to happen in the title race after Arsenal throw away a late lead to draw at Anfield. PLAYER RATINGS Liverpool Simon Mignolet: 4 Nathaniel Clyne: 5 Kolo Toure: 6 Mamadou Sakho: 5 Alberto Moreno: 5 Jordan Henderson: 6 Emre Can: 5 James Milner: 7 Jordon Ibe: 6 Roberto Firmino: 7 Adam Lallana: 7 Substitutes Christian Benteke (on for Milner, 66): 4 Steven Caulker (on for Lallana, 88): 5 Joe Allen (on for Can, 82): 7 Arsenal Petr Cech: 7 Hector Bellerin: 7 Laurent Koscielny: 7 Per Mertesacker: 7 Nacho Monreal: 7 Aaron Ramsey: 7 Mathieu Flamini: 6 Joel Campbell: 7 Mesut Ozil: 6 Theo Walcott: 6 Olivier Giroud: 7 Substitutes Kieran Gibbs (on for Walcott, 76): 6 Mikel Arteta (on for Ozil, 87): 5 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (on for Campbell, 75): 5 STAR MAN Olivier Giroud – Took both his goals well, could have had more had he not fluffed one in front of the Kop and gave Liverpool’s defence a continual problem. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Joe Allen’s stoppage-time equaliser, producing a timely run to meet Jordan Henderson’s cross at the far post when it appeared the game was lost. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Jurgen Klopp altered his tactics to chase the game late on, throwing centre-back Steven Caulker on for his debut as a centre-forward and while that plan did not pay off his bold ploy did bring some reward. Arsene Wenger will have disappointed not to have closed out the game having fought so hard to turn it around. MOAN OF THE MATCH Liverpool’s defending at crosses in general, Simon Mignolet’s propensity to be beaten at his near-post specifically. WHO’S UP NEXT? Liverpool v Manchester United (Premier League, Sunday January 17) Stoke v Arsenal (Premier League, Sunday January 17) Olivier Giroud looked to have won it for the visitors with two goals to take his tally to 12 in the league with two goals – after Ramsey had scored their first equaliser – to match a brace from Roberto Firmino. Liverpool’s starting line-up had managed just four league goals between them and that was synonymous with their difficulties this season with just 22 in their opening 20 league matches – so there was no suggestion this would be a goal-fest. But Jurgen Klopp’s preference of Firmino over Christian Benteke, his side’s top goalscorer with seven, was justified as the Brazil international revelled in his false nine role. His 10th-minute opener, turning to fire home a rebound after Petr Cech parried Emre Can’s shot, for his first Anfield goal since arriving from Hoffenheim in the summer, was the signal for a manic 16 minutes in which four goals of varying quality were scored. Liverpool’s lead lasted just four minutes as Joel Campbell’s through-ball allowed Ramsey to beat Simon Mignolet at his near post after Mamadou Sakho had lost his position after a clash of heads with Giroud. The Belgium goalkeeper is on the verge of signing a new five-year contract, but h is near-post fallibility – allied to a weakness at set-pieces – was his undoing again for Arsenal’s second equaliser. Giroud deflected in Ramsey’s corner, conceded by Sakho heading out from under his own crossbar after Ramsey’s lob had beaten Mignolet. That was after Firmino had put the hosts ahead again with a brilliant strike, shifting the ball onto his right foot from a pass from Jordan Henderson – making his first appearance of 2016 having been sidelined with a recurrence of his chronic heel problem – before curling it into the top corner. Both sides could have scored more before the interval – Mignolet redeemed himself slightly with a bizarre scorpion-type kick while laid on the floor to deny Giroud’s bungled effort when faced with an open goal, before Ramsey failed to connect with a far-post corner and Firmino clipped the bar with a volley. Press Associationlast_img read more

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