Poland: Warsaw and Krakow, Lodz and Gdańsk, Wrocław and Zakopane, flying in Ballot

A delegation of senior tourists from Poland came to exhibit in a beautiful pavilion at the IMTM tourism exhibition and held a festive meeting-event with travel agents and Israeli media representatives. Plenty of presentations and plenty of attractions

The beautiful Krakow. Photo courtesy of the Polish Tourist Board, PTO

Alongside the exhibitions at the IMTM tourism exhibition held in Tel Aviv, there were also events and meetings that stood on their own. This was the case at a festive event held by the Polish Tourist Board, PTO, between senior tourists who came to exhibit in their beautiful pavilion at the exhibition, and travel agents and Israeli media representatives. The festive event took place last night (Wednesday 30.3) at the Claro restaurant in Sharona, where guests from Poland presented focused presentations, each in the field of tourism that he or she represents. And even if Poland already sells enough to the Israeli traveler, there have been news and innovations and other attractions, which give good reasons why to pack the family and come to Poland.

He opened the meeting Marzin Rozicki – Vice President of the Polish Tourism Organization, who headed the delegation. Rozinsky tells of Poland opening up to tourism after a difficult period of the epidemic, and invites the Israeli public to visit and travel in Poland, about the abundance of tourist and other options it offers. Whether it is a roots trip or a family trip, in the classic cities or in the spectacular nature, whether to experience culture or taste Polish cuisine. All options are available and the tourist only has to choose…

Marzin Rozicki – Vice President of the Polish Tourism Organization, opens the festive event. Photo by Shosh Lahav

The members of the delegation present in turn the wonders of Warsaw, the capital and the wonderful Krakow, the regenerating Lodz and the lush Gdańsk, the special Wroclaw and the famous Kate Zakopane. In the pampering hotels and intriguing sites, in museums and concert halls and opera, following the beloved composer Chopin or in Jewish heritage sites. And possible both and both and both. Debbie Rose – Group Development Manager, tells about the Polish airline, Lot, and that nowadays 4 flights depart from Israel every day: 3 to Warsaw and one to Krakow. Debbie notes the contribution and involvement of Lot and the citizens of Poland in helping Ukrainian refugees, and it excites us all.

And more good news: Poland is open to tourists from several countries outside the EU and Israel is one of them. Vaccinated or recovering, with a valid certificate from the Israeli Ministry of Health, are not required to enter isolation, but there are instructions and regulations that must be known before traveling.

The Polish Tourist Board is represented in Israel TarnovaOwned and operated by Dov Kalman. For more information you can contact: [email protected]

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