British and Polish tourists are the targets we aim to draw to visit Romania in 2017, concomitantly with the diversification of the domestic and international flight offer, from and to Constanta (Black Sea coast main city – author’s note), said for Agerpres, Corina Martin, the chairperson of the Danube Delta – Seaside Association (ALDD) and Chair of the Associations Federation of Tourist Promotion of Romania (FAPT).
“The number of foreign tourists who chose the Romanian seaside grew significantly this year. (…) We are currently leading a policy of drawing tourists from the new markets. The project with Israel proved a success (…), London, England in general is a second interest market now. One of the novelties is the launch of a dedicated product – Mamaia bachelor party, in reference to parties for the British singles, prenuptial events, Corina Martin specified.
“We are thinking of a broader range of events for the Great Britain market. And yet we do bring tour-operators from Poland through the Romanian ANAT’s counterpart. These are two new markets we approach, Poland and the UK. They are the next markets in importance for our seaside, after Israel,” said Corina Martin.
With a view to further the development strategy of the air traffic on the Mihail Kogalniceanu International Airport, the ALDD has commenced together with the airport’s leadership the ‘From Constanta to the World’ campaign, in order to “diversify the domestic and international flight offer from and to Constanta”, starting with 2017.
As for the current season, Corina Martin said that the occupancy at the seaside is for the following weeks 100 per cent, mainly due to the events unfolded here.