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Polish Tourism Organisation took part in the Fiets en Wandelbeurs trade show in the Dutch city of Utrecht, where it focused on promoting the new Velo Małopolska cycling trails and regions crossed by Green Velo.
For three days starting with Sunday 9 February, Poland presented its offer at BIT in Milan. The region of Dolny Śląsk (Lower Silesia) attended the exhibition for the first time along with one of its most noteworthy must-sees - Książ Castle.
Polish Tourism Organisation took part in FERIE FOR ALLE, Scandinavia’s largest trade fair, with the Polish stand promoting the highlights of Poznań and businesses from the Zachodniopomorskie region (Western Pomerania). More than 63,000 spectators visited the event.
The 26th edition of the IMTM international tourism exhibition was staged in Tel Aviv on 11-12 February. Arranged by POT and visited by many Israeli travel bloggers, the Polish stand showcased cities, regions and businesses.
The second edition of industry workshop aimed at the Portuguese market was staged in Lisbon on 19 February. The event was arranged by Polish Tourism Organisation in partnership with Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Lisbon.
Polish Tourism Organisation participated in the fourth edition of the Bloggers UTD meetings in Belgium. The event provided an excellent opportunity to promote Poland among blogosphere representatives and to build new relationships.