Leading regional DMC, Adriatic DMC has had its busiest day in ground operations since 2019 and the start of the global pandemic.
The company’s team in Dubrovnik welcomed Azamara’s Onwards yesterday morning, which docked in front the Old Town while Viking Cruises’ Viking Sea sailed into the city’s main port in Gruz.
Istria’s picturesque port of Rovinj welcomed Windstar Cruises’ Wind Surf and the operations team in Slavonia was on hand to greet Avalon Waterways’ Passion vessel to the historic walled town of Ilok.
In addition to providing ground operations for cruise ships across those ports, the Adriatic DMC team was also busy handling land tour programs for two renowned travel operators: Noble Caledonia and Tauck. Noble Caledonia’s group arrived last night for a pre-cruise tour of Sarajevo and Mostar before they board their ship in Opuzen, Croatia.
Adriatic DMC is handling the ground operations for American tour operator Tauck once again this year, with their group enjoying a program yesterday that visited Middle Dalmatia.
Managing director Srdjan Kristic, comments: “To have our operations team running our services smoothly across so many ports and destinations in one day demonstrates our readiness and professionalism as well as the region’s recovery. It’s another positive step for tourism, our partners and our destinations.”
For more information on DMC services in Croatia and the wider Balkan region, contact the team at Adriatic DMC.