The Polish Tourism Organisation has invited a group of journalists from the most important media in Israel to visit our country. During their week-long trip, they got to see Warsaw, Wrocław and Kraków with their most interesting and recent attractions.
Journalists from major Israeli media were staying in Poland from 21 to 27 April. The theme of the visit, arranged by the Polish Tourism Organisation, was about sojourns in large cities. The invited guests included representatives of such titles as: IAS, Passportnews, Laisha, The Jerusalem Post, Mako and Ynet, as well as contributors to travel and booking portals: Secret Flight, Lametayeel and Go Travel.
The itinerary included Warsaw, Wrocław and Kraków. Among the things the journalists could see in the capital was the Varso Tower viewing terrace. Although this new tourist attraction will only be made available to visitors in 2023, its promotion, as an important point on the tourist map of Warsaw, has already begun.
Wrocław welcomed our guests as an open, modern and vibrant city it is. The invitees were in awe of a wide range of options provided for families with children. They were also delighted by the famous Wrocław Dwarves and the Kolejkowo museum of miniatures, recognised in 2021 with a prestigious POT Certificate.
In turn, Kraków wins hearts with its unique atmosphere and world-class monuments. The guests had the opportunity to visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine, which made a great impression on them. However, POT didn’t forget about young tourists from Israel, as the agenda of the visit also included an interesting and modern video games museum.