From today, Šibenik's St. Michael's and Barone Fortress and City Point carry a Safe stay in Croatia national label of safety. It informs visitors that a tourist facility is operating according to the current recommendations of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Croatian Institute of Public Health and allows them to easily identify destinations, accommodation providers, transport, tourist attractions and other facilities that have adopted global standards for health and hygiene.
In line with the epidemiological situation, the fortresses has introduced all prescribed security measures since its opening in May, with the aim of protecting visitors and employees. At the fortresses entrances instructions on safe distance and adherence to the recommended hygiene measures are waiting, as well as the necessary disinfectants. All employees wear protective equipment, and the sites themselves are regularly cleaned and disinfected.
Safe travel label was created in 2020 by the WTTC to assist travelers in indentifying destinations and companies worldwide that have adopted global health and hygiene standards. Croatia has been displaying this label since the beginning of the COVID pandemic and it is now recognized as safe destination.
Safe stay in Croatia label is awarded to stakeholders in the tourism sector by the Croatian Ministry of Tourism and Sports. All visitors can leave their comments and feedback via official website safestayincroatia.hr.
Stay responsible, stay safe and visit Šibenik's fortresses!