Broadcast by Italian television channel RAI 3 in a Sunday primetime slot, a programme covering two Polish cities - Poznań and Gdańsk - was influenced by a trip undertaken by journalist Sibillia Damiani, who visited Poland at the invitation of Polish Tourism Organisation.
Last Sunday RAI 3 channel owned by state broadcaster RAI showed a primetime programme dedicated to Polish cities of Poznań and Gdańsk. Created thanks to cooperation of Polish Tourism Organisation (Polska Organizacja Turystyczna – POT), Pomorskie Regional Tourism Organisation and Poznań Local Tourism Organisation, the material is a result of a fam trip undertaken by journalist Sibillia Damiani.
The Italian traveller visited Poland last summer and explored in detail the history of the two Polish cities whose mutual features include a rich past and continuously growing tourist potential.
Watched by a multi-generational audience of 1.5 million, the Alle Falde del Kilimangiaro TV show is a well-known favourite among all demographic age groups. Its well-established status and attractive timeslot make it a popular option among entire families.
Thanks to positive feedback received from viewers, this is the third time that Poland has been presented by the TV show. Warsaw was the first covered destination back in 2017, followed by the Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodeship (Kuyavia and Pomerania) in the following year. The latest episode on Poznań and Gdańsk is available at