Wrocław and Poznań are the latest cities promoted by the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) in its online courses. Best City Trips: Wrocław and Poznań is a course organised for the Dutch tourism sector. The participants with the best scores will be invited to Poland.
The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) is using projects created by participants of the third Tourist Blogger Championship to promote individual regions of Poland. The campaign encouraging people to travel in Poland will last 16 weeks.
Overnight accommodation, museums and other cultural facilities running exhibitions are now allowed to open under a strict sanitary regime. It’s high time to remind everyone about some of Poland’s tourist attractions. To this aim, the Polish Tourism Organisation is accepting entries in the second edition of the Waiting For You! competition.
Almost 450 travel agents and tour operators took part in the first online training course for the Italian market, Polonia Specialist, organised by the Polish Tourism Organisation in Rome. The workshops were designed in the innovative format of 10 training modules and quizzes about Poland.
The Taobao platform, owned by Alibaba, was the site of a shopping live stream promoting products from selected countries belonging to the 17+1 initiative, including Poland. Wearing a Kraków regional costume, the director of the POT International Office in Beijing, a guest of the event, spoke with the hosts about Poland’s wide tourism offering.
The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) and its partners have organised several press trips for French media. The visits, taking place under a strict sanitary regime, have yielded extensive publications in high-circulation titles.
Throughout the year, the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) has taken part in promotional campaigns organised by Sina Weibo, supporting the tourism sector, stimulating demand for travel, and enabling observers to enjoy travelling from the privacy of their own homes.
At the invitation of the Polish Tourism Organisation, Polish regions took part in the online International Bicycle Tourism Conference. The event was an excellent supplement to the promotion of bicycle tourism in Poland on the Belgian and Dutch markets.
The Polish Tourism Organisation International Office in London has become an Official Partner of POSK Cinema, winner of the prestigious Engholm Prize for Film Society of the Year. Spots encouraging people to visit Poland will be shown before every film screening.
Staged by GRANDE and its partners - information portals of top Belgium daily newspapers and travel magazines - the first edition of the “Update Tourism, Update Corona” travel-themed online discussion panel was held on 18 January. The meeting was focused on creating articles in French and Dutch to present the current situation of tourism market, the latest pandemic-related information and industry forecasts.