2020 marks the eleventh time that Poland Convention Bureau of Polish Tourism Organisation has compiled the latest edition of Poland Meetings and Events Industry Report, which this time sums up the meetings sector’s 2019 accomplishments.
Recent months transformed the state of business meetings worldwide. There are ongoing efforts dedicated to analysing operations in the new reality. Launched by Polish Tourism Organisation as its latest project intended to support the meetings industry, a new self-certification programme available at bezpiecznyobiekt.pot.gov.pl is aimed at conference and congress venues operating in Poland.
Travel safely in the Malopolska Region. The "Malopolska - Safe Tourism" program has begun, the aim of which is to increase the trust of people visiting the Region in hotel facilities, transport services and various types of tourist attractions! As of today, we invite you to register at www.cmbt.pl.
A group of European cities (Utrecht, Venice, Druskininkai, Rovaniemi, Dún Laoghaire, Cáceres, Braga, Dubrovnik, Krakow, and Genoa, the leader, started the second stage of the project called Tourism Friendly Cities under the URBACT III program co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
After months of total lockout, the MICE sector is gradually reopening in many countries. This is not only limited to countries that have suppressed COVID-19, but also many where the situation remains precarious as they are facing a second wave of infections.
On the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of the launch of Google Maps, Golden Pins were awarded - that is, awards for the best tourist attractions in the country. There were 16 places on the Polish list - one from each region. Wawel is the winner in the Malopolska Region. It already has more than 100,000 opinions on Google Maps, and the average rating is 4.7.