Mazowsze Concert Marks 100 Years of Diplomatic Relations Between Poland and Luxembourg

The world-famous Mazowsze song and dance ensemble performed in the duchy’s capital on Poland’s Independence Day to celebrate the centenary of Polish-Luxembourgian diplomatic relations. The event enjoyed the shared patronage of the Grand Duke and Polish President Andrzej Duda; invited by the Polish Embassy in Luxembourg, the Polish Tourism Organisation was the project’s partner.
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Concert at the Chopin Festival in Amsterdam

POT a Partner of Third Chopin Festival in the Netherlands

The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) was a partner of the third edition of the Chopin Festival in the Netherlands. This event promoting Polish culture is a perfect complement to image-building activities popularising Poland as a tourist destination with a rich heritage.
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Graphics for the Poland More Than You Expected campaign

POT launches a new campaign entitled “Poland. More than you expected”

The Polish Tourism Organisation has launched a large campaign under the name “Poland. More than you expected”. Its aim is to promote the Polish tourism offer by surprising the public with the diversity and wealth of attractions which, at first sight, may not be associated with Poland. POT wants to show audiences that world-class attractions can be found in Poland, which is a destination still waiting to be discovered.
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Paweł Błasiak i Rafał Szlachta

POT and WOPR Together for Water Tourism

On 10 November 2021, Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) President Rafał Szlachta and Volunteer Water Rescue Service (WOPR) President Paweł Błasiak signed a cooperation agreement at the WOPR headquarters.
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Founding members of the Wrocław Tourist Organization

Founding of the Wrocław Tourism Organisation

WROt, or Wrocław Tourism Organisation, was established in Wrocław’s Old Town Hall. Its main objective will be to coordinate and unify the promotion efforts of the city, its institutions and businesses. Wrocław wants to seek tourists even more effectively, which is particularly important for an industry that has been hit hard by the pandemic.
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