The ongoing PolandSHIOK Festival, organised by the Polish Embassy in Singapore, has the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) as its main partner for the third time. The POT is supporting the embassy’s efforts in the segment promoting tourism and culture.
The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) prepared a superb virtual stand for the BIT 2021 Digital Edition trade fair, showcasing Poland’s extremely attractive tourism offering. Regional and local tourism organisations, LOT Polish Airlines and tour operators were also able to publicise their strengths.
Polish people’s responsible behaviour, compliance with safety rules, and a growing number of those vaccinated against COVID-19: all this enables us to look to the future with optimism. If the favourable trend of decreasing new infections continues, it will become possible to ease the pandemic restrictions.
The Aviareps Nordic Virtual Fair specialist workshops for Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Finnish travel agents took place in Scandinavia recently. The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT), the Nordic offices of LOT Polish Airlines, and the Warsaw Tourism Organisation were all active participants.
The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) is supporting the World Athletics Relays Silesia21 event. This collaboration will enable Poland’s virtues as a tourist destination to be presented to the competing athletes as well as spectators from all over the world. The POT’s international offices are also engaged in the project.
This year’s Fiets en Wandelbeurs in the Netherlands was held online. The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) prepared an impressive stand at which the regional organisations of Wielkopolska, Małopolska, and Warmia and Masuria also promoted their tourism assets.
Polish Easter customs and making a traditional mazurek cake were the main themes of the latest series of culinary workshops that the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) is running on the Chinese market. The event was organised by the POT International Office in Beijing in association with the Polish Institute.
As part of its collaboration with Mastercard, the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) has been given access to the Tourism Insights platform, which will help the POT to plan activities aimed at drawing international tourists back to Poland.