IPA grants Serbia and Bosnia 450,000 EUR for health tourism project

The Development and Promotion of Health Tourism in Cross-Border Area between Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina Programme will receive 450,000 EUR from the EU IPA programme. The money will be spent on the Cigota Specialized Hospital in Zlatibor, the Pribojska Spa and several spas in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Marketing Manager at Cigota, Maja Vermezovic said that the project was exceptionally important for development of health, recreational and spa tourism in the Serbia / Bosnia cross-border area. „We are a on a good way to offer a joint healthcare product that would attract even more guests to this area“, Vermezovic said.

(eKapija, 30.10.2016)


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