„The decision to open office in the Central & Eastern Europe is due to the continued growth of incoming tourists to the Dominican Republic. Our main objective is to position the Dominican republic as the main destination in the Caribbean for the tourists from the Central & Eastern European markets“, says Leila Berquis Boasier, Director of Dominican Republic Tourism Office.
The Dominican Republic is one of the largest Caribbean countries and a very diverse destination like no other - featuring a stunning array of sandy beaches, dazzling green landscapes, mountains studded with waterfalls, exotic cuisine and a remarkable variety of arts and entertainment options that attract international travellers, sports champions and celebrities alike.
„I would like to invite you all to explore the Dominican Republic, because it is an amazing country that can offer something for everyone. In case you are looking for a destination that can fulfil your vacation dreams, then the Dominican Republic is the right place“, says Leila Berquis Boasier, Director of Dominican Republic Tourism Office.
About The Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic belongs to the most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean and occupies the eastern two thirds of the island of Hispaniola which is situated southeast of Florida at 18 degrees North Latitude in the Caribbean Sea. This Spanish speaking tropical country is the second largest in the Caribbean with Cuba being the largest. The geography of the country is extremely diverse consisting of white sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, desert-like expanses, mountain ranges and farm land.
About The Dominican Republic Tourism Office
The Dominican Republic Tourism Office in the Czech Republic is a direct dependence of the international promotion department of the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic. The destination of the Dominican republic is represented by twenty international offices including the Czech Republic worldwide.
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Leila Berquis Boasier
Dominican Republic Tourism Office
110 01 Prague
Tel.: +420 222 231 078