Poland has won the prestigious Top 10 Destination Promotion Breakthrough Award 2020, granted by China’s National Tourism industry agency. Our country won recognition for one of the most interesting promotional campaigns.
The Polish Tourism Organisation recently organised a webinar about bicycle tourism in Poland for British tour operators. The workshop, which comprised a presentation and an expert panel, garnered substantial interest among British industry representatives.
Nagoya in Japan recently hosted Polish Days alongside a volleyball match between the Wolfdogs Nagoya team and the Panasonic Panthers from Osaka. The event was part of a collaboration between the Polish Tourism Organisation, the Polish Embassy in Tokyo, the Polish Institute, and TG Sports – the owner of the Wolfdogs team.
The Polish Tourism Organisation International Office (ZOPOT) in Berlin has won its sixth award in a prestigious competition for tourist board of the year. ZOPOT came in sixth place, winning recognition for its work with the media.
Week van de Bergsport (Mountain Sports Week) has begun online in the Netherlands, organised by the Royal Dutch Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (NKBV). The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) has prepared a virtual tour around the most magnificent hiking trails in Poland’s Karkonosze, Tatra, Bieszczady, Gorce and Beskid mountains.
Numerous texts about Poland have been appearing on Belgian news and travel web portals since January. This is the effect of the Pack Impact! promotional campaign that the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) is running in Belgium in association with the GRANDE portal.
Rafał Szlachta, president of the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT), took part in a discussion panel on international sport events in Poland and their challenges, held as part of the Sport Business Poland Congress. He argued that large sporting events offered their organisers a great opportunity to increase tourist traffic.
Poland was the highlight of the latest episode of Benvenuti a bordo, a programme hosted by the famous Italian journalist and tourism writer, Corrado Ruggeri. In the episode devoted to Poland, he interviewed the director of the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) International Office in Rome, Barbara Minczewa, who mainly focused on the beauty of Polish nature sites, Poland’s varied landscapes and the extensive cultural offering of its historical cities.
A meeting of officials from the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT), a European Olympic Committees delegation, and the board of the Polish Olympic Committee took place on 6 March at the POT headquarters. The talks focused on promoting Poland as part of the organisation of the Kraków-Małopolska 2023 Third European Games.
The Polish Olympic Committee (PKOl) is joining forces with the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) to promote Poland and Polish sport, culture, tourism and business around the world. A cooperation agreement has been signed by PKOl President Andrzej Kraśnicki and POT President Rafał Szlachta.