The number of tourists who used overnight accommodation in Poland between January and the end of May 2021 fell by almost half, from over 6 million last year to over 3 million, the central Statistical Office (GUS) has reported.
Over 40 percent of Poles say they will holiday in Poland this year, with the seaside being the most popular destination among those planning a break, according to a survey released by the Prezentmarzen portal on Tuesday.
The prime minister has said a new canal that will cut across the Vistula Split, which separates the Baltic from the Vistula Lagoon, will strengthen Poland’s sovereignty.
Accessible only by foot and by bike, the Siekierki-Neurüdnitz bridge in West Pomerania will primarily act as a unique bicycle crossing that will seek to maintain the area’s ecological balance whilst providing cyclists with a straight-forward 60 kilometre run to Berlin.
Tourism in Poland fell 71.9 percent year on year in the first quarter of 2021, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Thursday.
Over 62 percent of Poles are planning a vacation this summer, with 75 percent of them intending to have a holiday in Poland, according to a survey by the IMAS International pollster.
To draw attention to their beauty and promote them as worthwhile tourist attractions, Sabina Strzelecka set out to discover all of the country’s 17 lighthouses after being inspired during a beachside evening where she caught a glimpse of a distant flashing light.
In our continuing series on the changing faces of Polish cities, this week we take a look at the Silesian capital of Katowice.
Whether it be lavish tented luxury, historic old towns, moody eccentric palaces, wild untamed forests or cool seaside vibes, Poland has them all.
The aptly named ‘Sky Walk’ in the Lower Silesian spa town of Świeradów-Zdrój is a whopping 65-metres tall, with a winding 850-metre walk leading to stunning views of the Jizera Mountains.