The Native Museum of Homolje in Žagubica in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade, Tourism, and Telecommunications participated in celebrating World Tourism Day

The Minister of Trade, Tourism, and Telecommunications, Tatjana Matić, announced that the department for tourism would celebrate World Tourism Day in collaboration with more than 80 cultural tourist attractions around Serbia. On the occasion of celebrating this day, more than 80 cultural tourist attractions will be open for free for the citizens, on the 27th and 28th of October in 2021.

“Serbia rightly celebrates World Tourism Day and all the successes and good results achieved this year, despite the pandemic. Tourism, despite being reflected in the development of national economies, is primarily important for the development of smaller and insufficiently developed local communities. This is particularly important for our country. In synergy with culture, this sector creates cultural tourism products that give special additional value and increase attractiveness and competitiveness on both the domestic and world market”, said Matić. She also added that the tourism sector suffered the greatest loss due to the pandemic. Therefore, it is highly important to provide additional support to it. Furthermore, she spoke about the significance of the upcoming date.

The list of sites available for a visit on the occasion of World Tourism Day and special notes for each of the sites, one can find on the website of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism, and Telecommunications, at the following link:

One must require additional information on the working time of the sites.

During visits, one must follow the proscribed measures in order to prevent the spread of infectious disease and preserve the health of the present people.

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