In partnership with Brac Airport and other stakeholders in the Croatian tourism sector, Croatia Airlines has launched a new seasonal route connecting Brac and Munich. Operating once a week on Saturdays, the Dash 8-Q400 aircraft, with a capacity of 76 seats, will service the route from the end of May to the first half of October 2023.
Croatia Airlines believes that the Brac-Munich route holds significant potential, as in 2022, most foreign tourists arrived on Brac from Germany, representing a 5% increase compared to pre-pandemic 2019.
For the upcoming tourist season, Croatia Airlines plans to connect Croatia with 22 international destinations, offering more than 1.8 million seats across over 17 thousand flights. The airline will fly on a total of 47 international routes, with Slaven Žabo, the director of commercial affairs of Croatia Airlines, expressing enthusiasm for the opportunities presented by the new Brac-Munich route.
Is it worth to visit Brac?
Brac is located in the Adriatic Sea, off the coast of Croatia. It is part of the central Dalmatian archipelago and is situated between the islands of Solta and Hvar. Brac is worth visiting for its natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and secluded coves, which make it a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports. The island also has a rich cultural and historical heritage, with charming towns and villages, ancient monasteries, and Roman ruins to explore. Notable attractions on Brac include the famous Zlatni Rat Beach, the Vidova Gora mountain, and the Blaca Hermitage, a unique monastery built into a cliffside. Additionally, Brac is renowned for its excellent food and wine, with many local restaurants and wineries offering traditional Croatian cuisine and locally produced wines.