Polish exposition at London’s World Travel Market gets good reviews

The last day of World Travel Market in London, similarly as the first two days, abounded with meetings with invited guests and representatives of the media and the tourism industry.  


While paying a visit to the Polish stand Arkady Rzegocki, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the United Kingdom, endorsed the wide gamut of Polish tourist offers promoted at the event, including the unique offers of Polish health resorts and specialist medical and dental treatments.

 The Polish exposition at World Travel Market and the work conducted by the Polish Tourism Organisation International Centre (Zagraniczny Ośrodek Polskiej Organizacji Turystycznej - ZOPOT) in London, intent on involving the Polish community in the United Kingdom, was also highly assessed by Daniel Kawczyński, an MP of Polish descent.  

 Noteworthy guests of the Polish pavilion included BBC’s The Travel Show crew recording a “20 Second Challenge” section. Representatives of the Małopolska and Lublin Regional Tourist Organisations took part in a quiz consisting of answering five questions in 20 seconds. This was indeed quite a challenge, which they tackled brilliantly. For years, The Travel Show, the most popular BBC travel series, inspires and informs the British audience about all novelties in international tourism.

 The stand also welcomed the crew of Sino Radio FM, whose journalists talked with the exhibitors about the tourist proposals of our country, including health tourism offers, addressed to the Chinese market.

 Prior to WTM’s wrap-up representatives of the Polish Tourism Organisation and ZOPOT London asked the exhibitors to sum up the event. All interlocutors expressed their pleasure with taking part in this year’s edition and voiced positive opinions about the organisation of the stand as well as the program of meetings with the media, arranged by ZOPOT London.

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